As there is only limited attractions in Qingdao I guess you really have to go for a walk down the pier. Even just to get a feel for the history with the information in the pavilion at the end of the pier. A popular spot...More
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As a student that's been in Qingdao for a year now, I think you really need to visit Zhangqiao Pier if you get the chance. However, if you can go during the week, preferably at a time when few people are around, I'd highly recommend...More
This now 440 meter long pier was first built by the Germans back in 1891 as a loading wharf. At the end of the pier is an octogonal shaped pavilion called Hulian Ge which is now famous the world over as the logo of Tsingtao...More
A nice walk in the early evening - great views - not overly crowded (March) - great for photos - nice place to look back at the land
It's no different to other piers around the world. Very crowded on the weekend and really a place for a stroll. There's speed boats that take you out to an "island" but a few of them looked in very poor condition and maybe safety concerns?
The Zhanqiao pier is of course famous as the logo of the Tsingtao beer brand. It's a nice stroll down the pier in summer but always extremely crowded on a half decent day and not much to see once you've reached the end. For best...More