Resorts

Stay in the Resorts of Shandong. Visit the attractions listed below.
Weihai Folklores

Weihai Folklores

The best time to visit the Swan Lake is at sunset on a clear day. Check in with Mr. Ma Shi Min, China’s photo legend of swans, to share with you his story. Or even better, show you the best places in town to take pictures of the swans. That is, if he is in town. Maybe your tour guide can give you tips where to find him.

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The City of Rongcheng

The City of Rongcheng

Is actually one-third of Weihai’s region. This city is one of the most affluent regions in Shandong. Rongcheng started out as a fishing village on the east end of China. With 6.7 million people and an incredible GDP, Rongcheng now ranks 14th on Forbes’ top 100 city list in China

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The Liugong Island

The Liugong Island

Is the birth place of Chinese navy. Here you will see the first naval academy of China sits in the former compound of China’s Northern Fleet in late 1800s. Not far from it is the formal garrison of British many.

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Swan Lake

Swan Lake

The best time to visit the Swan Lake is at sunset on a clear day. Check in with Mr. Ma Shi Min, China’s photo legend of swans, to share with you his story. Or even better, show you the best places in town to take pictures of the swans. That is, if he is in town. Maybe your tour guide can give you tips where to find him.

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Haichang Fisherman’s Wharf

Haichang Fisherman’s Wharf

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.

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Haiyang Myriameter Beach Resort

Haiyang Myriameter Beach Resort

This 20-plus-kilometer section of the beach has become very popular in recent years for extra fine sand and clean water. It’s dubbed ‘golden beach’ by the local people. Sand sculptures are always a major highlight. You will be surprised by the vivid sophistication of the sand figures propping up on the beach.

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The Mou Family Mansion

The Mou Family Mansion

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.

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