Pengda Jin'gangwan Hotel

Address: No.80 Haigang Road, Penglai, Shandong, 264001, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.80 Haigang Road, Penglai.
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          Travel Blogs from Penglai

          Penglai Pavilion Scenic Area(Shandong China)

          A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Aug 11, 2012

          ... 9830;To the east of pavilion is a museum with an ancient style garden. It exhibits cultural relics, and is the second museum in China with ancient ships as its subject.
          ♦To the west of pavilion is the Penglai Pavilion Xiyuan. This scenic spot is about one kilometer (about 0.6 miles) from the Penglai Pavilion, and embraces luxuriant trees, fresh air and a tranquil beach. Attractions include a ...


          A travel blog entry by magentadreams on May 13, 2012

          2 comments, 34 photos

          ... the Chinese seem to think it is simply gorgeous! The sand had clearly been imported and absolutely no effort had been made to spread it out so that it looked like a beach! It was literally like a dumper truck had dropped great mounds of sand near the sea and the Chinese had all exclaimed “behold, now we have a beach! Isn’t it beautiful?” (The Chinese favourite word is “beautiful”!) Still we took lots of photos and got asked for lots of ...

          Penglai, seaside history

          A travel blog entry by czechone on Oct 28, 2011

          1 comment, 13 photos

          ... a bit whether to come here or not during my trip planning as it was the one big side trip from all my other places which were grouped in closer proximity to each other but very glad I did come).

          Basically it is a few kilometres of coastline with numerous temples, pavillions and such, most of which are dedicated to the Eight Immortals and also various sea gods ...

          A giant Buddha

          A travel blog entry by reneelouise on Oct 04, 2009

          ... playing guitar, singing and laughing.

          This week, we had a bit of an adventure with another new teacher, the new year 9 English teacher and primary coordinator an American lady called Jacqueline. We decided to head a couple of hours away to a place called Nanshan where there a giant Buddha built above a temple of the side of the mountain.

          We organised a driver to take us there, wait for ...

          Immortality & Splendid Mythological Realities

          A travel blog entry by eddakath on Jul 21, 2009

          60 photos

          ... hee) and took a taxi cart to the Three Devine Mountains to begin. Though there actually are no mountains there are three beautiful temples/pavilions. It was absolutely stunning especially as we were lucky enough to be there on a day when everything was totally covered with mythical sea fog. It really did feel we were either on another planet or living a mythical reality. ...