Tsingtao Beer Museum
For a self-serving introduction to China's iconic beer, head to the original (still functioning) brewery. It's disappointingly comprised...
Within Taipingshan Park is Qīngdǎo's largest temple, Zhanshan Temple . The temple has a number of dramatic sandalwood Buddhas covered in...
Qīngdǎo is famed for its six beaches, which are pleasant enough, but don't go expecting the French Riviera. Chinese beach culture is...
In the Mykal Department Store in the business district and generally has at least one Hollywood blockbuster playing.
Lánzhōu Lā Miàn
No-frills noodle restaurant run by a family of Chinese-Muslims. Noodles are all handmade on the premises and service is quick and...
Lonely Planet review
Sooner or later, Qīngdǎo's legendary meat skewers will require your undivided attention, and where better to start than to join the throng outside this street-side stall. Squeeze your way to the front and order lamb (羊肉串; yángròu chuàn; Y2), pork (猪肉串; zhūròu chuàn; Y4) or cuttlefish (鱿鱼串; yóuyú chuàn; Y10). Stand with the rest of the punters by the side of the road, finish your meal and toss the skewers into the bucket by the side. There's a sit-down restaurant by the side for the more civilised.