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 Attractions in Qingdao



No. 01: Catholic Church
Catholic Church is the biggest catholic church of Qingdao city which is located on the high hillock at the north end of Zhejiang Road, Southern District, Qingdao.

Catholic Church was formerly known as St. Emil Church. Construction of the church was under the guidance of a German architect and lasted for two years from 1932 to 1934. The church was designed according to Gothicism and Romanesque and is of the Neo-Romanism. Inside the church, there is a big and bright hall, which is spacious enough to hold one thousand people.

Entrance Fee: CNY 5
Opening Hours: 08:00-17:00
How to get there: take Buses No. 301, 305 or 320 to the Catholic Church; or take Buses No. q or 367 and get off at the Hushui Lu Station.

Catholic Church

Catholic Church

No. 02: Zhongshan Park
Zhongshan Park is a common name of Chinese parks, in honor of Sun Yat-sen, who is considered by many to be the “Father of modern China”. Qingdao Zhongshan Park is located inland from the shores of picturesque Huiquan Bay.

The park features several gardens, including a Chinese Herbaceous Peony Garden, a Chrysanthemum Garden and a Sweet-Scented Osmanthus Flower Garden. The park holds an annual Cherry Blossom Festival, the city’s main festival, which naturally takes place when the cherry trees are in bloom, sometime during the end of April/ the beginning of May.

Entrance Fee: free of charge
Opening Hours: 08:00-18:00
How to get there: take Buses No. 6, 15, 302, 304 or 316, and get off at Zhongsban Gongyuan Station, Qingdao.

Zhongshan Park

Zhongshan Park

No. 03: Qingdao Protestant Church
The Qingdao Protestant Church, which is built in 1910, is a famous religionary architecture in Qingdao. It is located at a small massif in the Jiangsu Road, South District, Qingdao.

The church is in typical Protestant style, the sandy yellow walls and clay red tiles contrasting well with the greyish buildings around this area. Within, the church is spacious and austere and can hold between 300 and, aledgedly, thousands of congregation. The highlight of the church is the bell tower which houses an old German bell and clock face.

Entrance Fee: CNY 3 (another CNY 4 for going up the bell tower)
Opening Hours: 08:00-16:30
How to get there: take the bus No.1, 214, 225 to get there

Qingdao Protestant Church

Qingdao Protestant Church

No. 04: Qingdao International Beer City
The Qingdao International Beer Festival is a yearly festival held in Qingdao International Beer City in Qingdao. Qingdao International Beer City is known as Asia’s biggest international beer metropolis.

The motto for the Qingdao International Beer Festival reads: “Ganbei with the World!”, indicating the spirit of the event.

The first Qingdao Beer Festival took place back in 1991. Qingdao is the largest beer production base in China and the Beer Festival provides a great opportunity to show-off the city’s distinctiveness.

Entrance Fee: CNY 10 (during the Qingdao International Beer Festival)
Opening Hours: August to September
How to get there: take Buses No. 201, 301, 312 or 313, and get off at Pei Jiu Cheng Station. There are special buses for visitors during the Qingdao International Beer Festival.

Qingdao International Beer City

Qingdao International Beer City

No. 05: Zhanshan Temple
Zhanshan Temple is a Buddhist temple in Qingdao, which is located on the southern side of Zhanshan Mountain, facing the sea.Built in 1945, Zhangshan Temple is the only temple in downtown Qingdao and also the newest in China.

It consists of three courts. Returning to the central path, directly ahead is the Heavenly King Hall. Behind the Hall of Sakyamuni is the Hall of Three Saints. To the left of Preaching Hall is the Hall of the Recumbent Buddha. Opposite the Hall of the Recumbent Buddha is the Shandong Zhanshan Buddhist College.

Entrance Fee: CNY 8
Opening Hours: 08:30-16:30
How to get there: take Buses No. 26, 206, 310 or 370

Zhanshan Temple

Zhanshan Temple

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