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Read the following introductions for attractions in Qingdao. You will know the top attractions there and you can also get to know the city attractions by category.

Top Qingdao Attractions

Mt. Laoshan

Mt. Laoshan

Chinese name: 崂山 (Lao Shan) Location: No.178, Hai’er Road, Laoshan District, Qingdao City, Shandong Province. Opening time: 07:30-16:30 Tickets: Peak season (Apr...

Zhan Bridge (Zhanqiao)

Zhan Bridge (Zhanqiao)

Chinese name: 栈桥 (Zhan Qiao) Location: starts from the southern end of Zhongshan Road and stretches into the sea, Qingdao City, Shangdong Province. Ticket:free for...

Badaguan Scenic Area

Badaguan Scenic Area

Chinese name: 八大关景区 (Badaguan Jingqu) Location: in Shinan District, east of Qingdao City, Shandong Province. Ticket: Free for the area and CNY5 for the Hua Shi Vil...

Zhan Bridge (Zhanqiao)

Zhan Bridge (Zhanqiao)

The icon of Qingdao, Zhan Bridge was originally established in 1892 with a width of 10m and a length of 200m and became the earliest military pier in the city. Starting from the end of Zhongshan Road and stretching above the shoal into the broad sea, it is now a paradise for human beings and creatures.

First Bathing Beach

First Bathing Beach

Stretching a length of 580m and a width of 40m, the first bathing beach is famous for gentle slopes, thin sands, clear water and calm waves. Because of the erosion and the accumulation by sea waves, rocks around have been eroded into thin grits and accumulated to a beautiful beach of full silver sands.

Mt. Laoshan

Mt. Laoshan

The only mountain rises by the sea among all famous Chinese mountains and surrounded by an 87-km coastline, Mt.Lao offers a wonder with majestic peaks, precipitous gorges, limpid waters, fancy clouds and 18 beautiful sea islets. Also a famed Taoist mountain, it once housed 72 temples and thousands of Taoist priests in its hey day.