Qingdao (青岛) is a port city in the northwestern province of Shandong in China. It is especially famous for its cobbled streets and partly Bavarian look, mixed with a new Chinese skyline due to it's German colonial history. Churches and European style houses dominate the city centre. Another important heritage from the Germans was beer.
From the Qingdao Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Qingdao
Great hostel with friendly staff and a really awesome lounge to chill in. Free pool, ps2, dvd room and i saw a few shisha bongs here and there, really awesome. :D Rooms were clean and made great friends! Would definitely go back there again! ... more
My Daughter and I had a fantastic stay, we were well looked after by friendly and very helpful staff. The roof top bar is brilliant any time of day serving good food, hot & cold beverages, beer, cocktails etc. The hostel is in an excellent location for access to the city and the buses if you wish to explore further afield. ... more
Best Beach in China
Quoting Wocca 沃伦 I have a Beijing friend that says Xiamen is the best beach in China. The summer holidays are fast approaching. Any recommendations (except Hainan) for beaches? Qingdao and Dalian,Zhuhai have nice beach also ...
Cantonese Speaking Guide
I am planning to visit Jinghong and Kunming in April 2005 with my husband. My parents, who speak Cantonese, may join us for Guilin and Qingdao. I prefer to work with independent tour guides than a travel agency. Can anyone put me in touch with guides who are fluent in Cantonese? Tentative dates are 4/11-21. ...
Language School in China
You are lucky. I somehow got hold of a leaflet of a Chinese language school in Hangzhou called Manda. Their website http://www.mandacenter.com . looks like a nice school. you can check it out. Besides Hangzhou, there should be some language schools in qingdao, dalian and kunming. Have you tried ...
city near shanghai called Qingdao. Of course like most of my other travels I took the sleeper train to get there, although this one was 15 hours! Once in Qingdao I instantly loved it. To me the city ...
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