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Located in the coastal areas of eastern China, Shandong spans the lower reaches of the Yellow River and is bounded by the Yellow Sea and Bohai Gulf in the east. The province faces the Korean Peninsula and Japanese archipelago across the sea. This province abounds in tourism resources including the famous Mount Tai, clean bathing beaches, peaceful coastal areas, cultural relics and historical sites. Detailed information about Shandong Travel Guide

Qingdao (10)

Qingdao nestles in the southeast of the Shandong Peninsula and is bordered by the Yellow Sea in the south. As a seaside resort, there are many beautiful scenic areas along the coast, such as the elegant Zhan Bridge, May Fourth Square, clean bathing beaches and many peaceful parks.

Qufu (27)

Located in the southwest of the Province, Qufu is well-known as the hometown of Confucius who is a great thinker, educator and the creator of Confucianism.

Tai'an (28)

Situated in the central part of the Province, Tai'an is a noted historical and cultural city. The city lies at the foot of Mount Tai. Mt. Tai is the Number One of the Five Sacred Mountains in China, so every year many visitors flood to Tai'an to admire this magnificent mountain.

Zibo (18)

As an ancient capital of the state of Qi, Zibo has a long history and a splendid culture. In the Spring and Autumn Period (770BC-476BC) and the Warring States Period (475BC-221BC), Zibo was one of the most prosperous cities in China. Many cultural relics and historic sites were left in this city.

Weihai (13)

Situated to the east of Shandong, Weihai faces South Korea across the sea. This beautiful coastal city is rich in natural scenery, historical relics and folk customs. Liugong Island, the origin of the Beiyang Navy (the first naval force in modern China) contains the Museum of Sino-Japanese War of 1894-1895, the Expo Park, the National Forest Park, the Naval School and Emplacements.