On a street of German buildings, this copper-capped beauty was designed by Curt Rothkegel and built in 1908. The interior is simple and...
Once a Qing dynasty wharf, Zhàn Bridge pokes out into Qīngdǎo Bay, with Huílán Pavilion at its end.
Lit up at night, this graceful pavilion decorates the end of Zhàn Bridge poking into Qīngdāo Bay.
Luka Garden Cafe & Bistro
In a city where new coffee shops open up daily, here in the garden of Hengshan No 5 Hostel there's excellent java a-brewing (from ¥25)....
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Tiānhòu Temple information
This small restored temple dedicated to Tiānhòu (天后), the patron of seafarers, has stood by the shore since 1467. The main hall contains a colourful statue of the goddess, flanked by fearsome guardians. There is also Dragon King Hall (龙王殿; Lóngwáng Diàn), where a splayed pig lies before the ruler of oceans and king of the rains, and a shrine to the God of Wealth. A temple fair is held here annually during the Spring Festival.