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A great promenade to stroll. It has a great view of the bay. We went there during the weekday and the boardwalk shops were that were open were all selling the same trinkets. There aren't many area with shades and it got uncomfortably hot after...More
This May Fourth Square is just next to the harbour sea front, must to go again at night as light effects from buildings are magnificent. Can also walk along the sea front to Olympic sailing center, its also worth to see.
Lots of people around, but located in a spacious, beautiful area next to the ocean. We had seen pictures, but you really must see this sculpture in person! Didi picked us up and took us back to our hotel. Didi is the only way to...More
There are many Western style buildings in Qingdao because it was governed by Germany for a while. Now the new modern buildings are around sea bay. The huge red torch sculpture is the new symbol of Qingdao city. I think that Zhanqiao pier was the...More
I came here at night. It's a bit boring but will be no harm from enjoying the view.
You should know that they switch off the lights by 10 pm so put that on mind.
There are some malls in the area also some restaurants...More
Just a landmark. Nothing special.
It is the largest steel sculpture in China in memory of May Fourth Movement。
The core of this movement is selective adoption of Western ideals of "Mr. Science" and "Mr. Democrat" in order to strengthen the new nation in 1919....More