Originally built in 1892 as a wharf, the Zhan Qiao Pier was expanded and repaired twice, once in 1931 and then again in 1985.
Made of reinforced concrete and extending some 440 meters, the Zhan Qiao Pier is one of the most popular attractions in Qingdao, its octagonal Ripple Diverging Pavilion, "hui lai ko," the most recognizable structure on the pier.
The Zhan Qiao Pier is also famous as the location of the Tsingtao beer sign.
A neo-Romanesque Catholic church built by German missionaries in 1934, St. Michael’s Cathedral (Shèng Mígé'ěr..
Formerly part of the Qingdao's short-lived German-concession, Xiao Qingdao (Xiǎo Qīngdǎo, 小青岛), or "Little Qingdao," was officially open to the public in..
Formerly ground zero for Qingdao's annual International Beer Festival (Guójì Píjiǔjié, 青岛市国际啤酒节), Qingdao International..
Opened to the public in 1983, Xiao Yu Shan Park offers excellent views of No. 1 Bathing Beach from its hilltop location. Situated on the Xiao Yu..