CultureLearn about the Culture of Shandong. Visit the attractions listed below.
Yantai is big for producing wine. An international wine festival is hosted here every year to spread the culture. Over 400 industries have joined the campaign.
The highest building at Yantai, people can view the beautiful view of five districts here. People can experience the “real earthquake”, and see the destructive power how that become a disaster. Try and learn how to save yourself in an earthquake through real test.
A one-stop-shop resort for sightseeing, dining, recreations and shopping. Yantai Haichang Whale Shark Aquarium and Haichang Yudaishan Hot Spring are two main attractions on site. The aquarium has sea animal shows, and the hot spring facility offers deep-sea springs in the Japanese-style.
Located in Zhaoyuan 90 kilometers to the west of downtown Yantai, the museum shows you the old gold mining equipment used in a real gold mine. Procedures of a gold mining operation is also shown here. Visitors can also go through a simulation of underground mining experience. It’s a rare place where you get to see how the world’s most wanted precious metal is mined, selected, smelt and processed to various commercial products.
Acclaimed to be the most beautiful island in China, Changdao (or ‘Long Island’) has multiple small reefs and mini islets. Seabirds nest on steep cliffs or between jagged reefs carved by nature to thousands of shapes and forms. Major attractions include the Jiuzhang Cliff, Yueya Bay and Wanniao Island. It’s a pure world of nature, paradise for birds.
The largest family estate in northern China, this residential compound built in 1735 covers 20,000 square meters over three clusters of courtyards. Each cluster has two tightly connected family units. Pay attention to the mansion’s functional designs, symbols, and craftsmanship. The Mou family saga has been featured in many documentaries and a movie. The last family member, Mou Qihong, made his name nationally known for trading a train load of textile & local produce in 4 passenger planes back from Russia.
At 38.66 meters high and 660 tons in weight, this is the largest Buddha statue in northern China. You need to climb 400 steps uphill to see the Buddha, as well 9,999 small Buddhas statues in the worship hall. Ten thousand is a figure to suggest immortality in the Chinese culture.
Sanxianshan stands for ‘Three Fairies’. A re-creation of 8 immortals crossing the sea. This will be a total shock to you. You will see how Chinese define their image of a “fairyland.”