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  • Qingdao City Day Tour

  • Tour Price: $ 55
  • Tour Code: CT554
  • Available: Daily
  • Duration: 1 Day
  • Tour Type: Qingdao City Sightseeing

Trip Highlights - This Qingdao tour including abundance of natural scenic spots and popular places of interest. Qingdao is well-known to the West by the name of "Tsingtao". It is located in eastern Shandong province,across the Shandong Peninsula and facing the Yellow Sea. Qingdao, a beautiful coast city, is renowned for its rich history and culture. The famed Mt. Laoshan is not merely a scenic Mountain but also one of the birthplaces of Taoism. Today it is one of Chinas most important economic cities and is the nations fourth largest port.

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Tour Prices (this is private tour based on per person and shown in US dollars)
Group Size Price / Traveler
1 traveler USD140
2-5 travelers USD120
6-9 travelers USD70
10 travelers & above USD55
(For 10 persons up, please email us for new quotations)
Service Inclusions
 ·Entrance fees and lunch as listed  ·All transfers with private vehicle and guide
 ·Accident insurance  ·
Service Exclusions
 ·Air fare and airport tax  ·Personal expenses
 ·Tips for guide and driver  ·Hotel fare

Tour Itinerary

Tour Itinerary: (Lunch)
In the morning you will be picked from your hotel and driven to Mt. Laoshan, the first stop on your one day Qingdao tour. Mt. Laoshan is a famous Taoist mountain that has beautiful scenery and can visit one of its best palaces, Taiqing Palace. After lunch will then visit Xiaoyushan Park, famous for being the first hilltop sight of the ancient Chinese traditional style in Qingdao. Afterwards you will be driven back to your hotel for the remainder of the evening.
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Attraction Description
Taiqing Palace is the oldest, largest and best temple located on Laoshan. In total, there are 140 rooms and halls inside the temple, including Three Emperor's Hall, Three God's Hall and others.
Laoshan is one of China's most famous Taoist mountains and the only one that is on the coast. The mountain's highest peak is 1,133 meters above sea level and there are 13 bays and 18 islets located near the mountain. At one point, there were nine palaces, eight Taoist temples and 72 nunneries that were home to over 1,000 priests and nuns that lived on the mountain.