Confucius Temple Pictures

This temple was built in honor of Confucius. It was originally constructed in 478 BC by the King of the Lu State. After the gradual extension in the support of the emperors of the subsequent dynasties, it eventually becomes the most magnificent temple complex in China. It has been regarded as one of the Three Largest Architectural Complexes together with the Summer Palace and Chengde Imperial Summer Resort. Attraction Intro: Confucius Temple
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Asked by Mr.kannan from INDIA | Dec. 24, 2009 03:39Reply
I am Dr. M.Kannan working in an University in India. I want to visit Yantai, China. I am in Chennai in India. How to travel from Chennai to Yantai in China. Please guide me as I need to attend a conference there.
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Answered by Mr.Thomas | Dec. 24, 2009 22:48

It is suggested that you take a flight from India to arrive in Beijing or Shanghai firstly, and then transfer to Yantai by train or domestic flight. The flights' info could be searched at
Asked by Mr.adnan from PAKISTAN | Dec. 23, 2009 17:16Reply
plz tell mei want to go guanzhou to u to shandon(yantai) by air which flight and air port and by train is where is guanzhou .
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Answered by Mr.Lee | Dec. 23, 2009 20:58

There is only one train running between Guangzhou and Yangtai, taking 36 hours. So, please take a flight. You could find the real-time flight info at:
Asked by Mr.Aman Sial from PAKISTAN | Aug. 01, 2009 02:56Reply
I want to have a trip from Pakistan to Longkou town of SHANDONG Province.
Could you guide me the shortest way to get in there.

Best regards

Aman Sial
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Answered by Mr.Paul | Aug. 04, 2009 20:22

You can fly to Hong Kong first and then shift to another flight to Qingdao, Shandong. Take airport to the city center then shift a taxi to the bus station in 58, Neimenggu Road. It has buses to Longkou Directly and needs about 3 hours.
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