Yongpeng Haitian Hotel

Address: No.4 Binhai Road, Penglai, Shandong, 265600, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.4 Binhai Road, Penglai.
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          Penglai Pavilion Scenic Area(Shandong China)

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

          ... for many renowned scholars and poets.
          ♦The Penglai Pavilion is a very good place to witness a magical mirage because it often occurs here, and it is also a good place to appreciate the magnificent scene of the sun rising in the morning.
          ♦Under the pavilion is the Penglai Water City built in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). It has two gates, namely, the south Zhenyang Gate, and the north Water ...


          A travel blog entry by magentadreams on May 13, 2012

          2 comments, 34 photos

          ... of the various buildings, towers and temples. And we had lots more pictures taken of us! At one stage we literally had a queue! Obviously we are a bigger rarity than an ancient Chinese settlement in this district!

          The biggest adventure of the trip was the transport situation! Jack picked us up early and drove us to the bus station. I don’t think I have explained the rules of the road here as yet. Basically there are none. You are free to swerve in ...

          Penglai, seaside history

          A travel blog entry by czechone on Oct 28, 2011

          1 comment, 13 photos

          Today was pretty interesting for me as it's the first time I've seen the Chinese coastline, in a place called Penglai : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penglai_Pa goda, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penglai_Ci ty ... which is related to the ancient legend of the Eight Immortals: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eight_Immo rtals

          No drama getting here as I simply took a ...

          A giant Buddha

          A travel blog entry by reneelouise on Oct 04, 2009

          ... into the mountain behind it. Apparently people make a bit of a Pilgrimage and are blessed by getting to the top to touch it. We were lucky to have it almost to ourselves. Pictures shown around the site, show crowds of thousands clambering up and down the stairs.We spent a few hours there, made it to the top, wandered around the beautiful temples and made it home in time for a quiet beer with the Lawn Club ...

          Immortality & Splendid Mythological Realities

          A travel blog entry by eddakath on Jul 21, 2009

          60 photos

          ... of cabs that pretty much told us how it all works. It costs 5Yuan to the supposed bridge where the Eight Mortals became Immortal. There is a temple dedicated to them along the way that costs 15Yuan to enter but we were more than sure we were gong to be 'templed out’ by the end of the day so we waved the driver on.

          The Water Fortress/Bridge of Immortality ...