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My title pretty much summed up the experience. Qingdao is, of course, a city built around the famous Tsingtao beer so this place is a bit of a must when going there. There is the Tsingtao beer factory but it was so crowded that we...More
Many restaurants all offering seafood to chose from tanks and picture menues, Tsingtao draft beer and lots of seating outside but under roof. Everything is decorated with lights and very colorful. My (local chinese) colleagues say this is rather for the tourists, than the locals....More
If you are a beer lover then look no further than Qingdao beer street. This street has store after store of bars, and restaurants selling the Tsingtao beer, you can even get draft beer in a bag and a straw to help you drink out...More
From the exit of Tsingtao Beer Museum, cross the road & turn left until you reach the last restaurant- that would be the only restaurant in Qingdao which sells "live" seafood (shellfish, mantis shrimps, shrimps, octopus) steamed with a glass lid before your eyes on...More
Response from Ambrose L | Reviewed this property |
It depends on what train station you get off at, but if it's the main one, it's not very far, maybe about 6km. If you take a taxi, it would probably take less than 15 minutes with average traffic flow. There are many other... More
It depends on what train station you get off at, but if it's the main one, it's not very far, maybe about 6km. If you take a taxi, it would probably take less than 15 minutes with average traffic flow. There are many other attractions within a 10km radius I would recommend over it, but if you've got time and want to eat somewhere, it's not a bad place to go.