CultureLearn about the Culture of Shandong. Visit the attractions listed below.
Shandong isn’t just home to rich Chinese history, check out Linyi’s Tianyu Museum of Natural History to check out artifacts from an even older era!
The Jinquan Temple in Weifang, Shandong is a sacred Buddhist worship place.
When you visit Zaozhuang, you can get a taste of more than one aspect of Chinese architecture!
There is a 7 mile lotus pond sightseeing belt that was recently built in Bincheng District, Binzhou. It has introduced more than 260,000 plants of 80 different lotus species.
Entering the Temple of Mencius from the Lingxing Gate, you will see towering archaic trees everywhere in the courtyard.
Re-enactments of a heroic battles against the Japanese by the joint hands of the Communist and Nationalist army are acted out here at the memorial as one of the shows.
Although this historic “dry dock” has endured the wear and tear of time, there is still a part of the glory that remains “sealed” in today’s Zhoucun Ancient Village.
The Silk Market Street has been used as a professional marketplace for silk trading for more than 400 years, lending to its status as a symbol of Zhoucun’s silk trading prosperity.