Built in 1891, this man made pier stabs 440 meters (1,400 feet) out into Qingdao Bay, making it one of the city's most revered landmarks. The pier's tip is crowned with Huilan Pavilion, an eight-sided structure that has become a Qingdao symbol made famous by its use on Tsingtao beer labels. Vendors cram the pavilion's interior selling everything from souvenirs to ice cream. Close approximation to Beach Number Six, and Little Qingdao Isle make this a very popular tourist stop.
Attractions & Landmarks, Beaches/Bodies of Water