Pengda Hotel

Address: No.94 Zhonglou East Road, Penglai, Shandong, 265600, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located in the Municipal Government area of 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


Penglai Pavilion Scenic Area(Shandong China)

♦It is said that Penglai was the place that Emperor Qin Shi Huang looked for the elixir of life, and the place where the great Emperor Wu of the Western Han Dynasty (206BC-24) paid his sacred visit. In addition, the legend of the Eight Immortals Crossing the Sea adds more mysterious atmosphere to the Penglai. The legend goes that the eight ...

Civilization

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

... the major nearby city of Yantai where my hotel was. What was a bit disappointing though was that this day marked the start of the continuous foggy days (which haven't ceased since), days which don't lend themselves to ideal scenery viewing.

Nevertheless this was a really attractive and interesting place and impressed me beyond my expectations (and I ...

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

... made up not of air but of "quintillions of quintillions" of souls. Breathing in these souls is said to grant one all of the perceptions and knowledge of these ancient souls. The Japanese version also holds that the people of Hōrai are small fairies, and they have no knowledge of great evil, and so their hearts never grow old.

In the Kwaidan, there is ...