Lao Shan Mountain
Lao Shan Mountain lies just 40 kilometres east of Qingdao. The mountain area is a famous Taoist retreat, complete with temples, waterfalls and secluded walking trails.
The area’s main attraction is the Great Purity Palace, which dates back to the Song dynasty. From the
Palace, trails will lead you to Lao Shan’s summit.
Being a beautiful coastal city, Qingdao is undoubtedly blessed with some of the finest beaches found
anywhere in the world.
A Qingdao beach holiday will present the option of 6 beaches to choose from. The beaches are all known
as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 respectively.
The No.1 beach is known as Diyi Yuchang and is considered by many as being the best beach in the city, but it is also consequently the most crowded.
Shilaoren National Holiday Resort
On the east coast of the city, Shilaoren (translated as “the Old Man of Stone”) National Holiday Resort
is a designated state resort. The area includes International Beer City, the
biggest bathing beach in Qingdao and a 150-hectare ocean park.
Located on the coast against a mountainous backdrop, this resort is an excellent place to spend a
day with family.
St. Michael’s Catholic Church
Completed in 1934, this twin-spired church is an excellent example of Qingdao’s unique German heritage. Services are held on Sundays at 7am and 6pm.
Tsingtao Brewery is the largest brewery in all of China and has had a long history producing beer in
The beer itself has become a world famous brand and today, visitors can tour through this impressive
facility. Inside, visitors will discover the various methods of productions and storage that were utilized in the creation of the beer.