I took a bus to reach the mountainside and then I took the cable car to go up the mountain. It was wonderful. The mountains were foggy and the tourists seemed to walk in a fairyland! Occasionally risking looking down into the abyss made my heart pound. After a while, I finally reached the top of the mountain and was relieved. On three sides of the mountain you can see the sea. The mountain road is like a green belt that is wrapped around the side of the mountain. Looking up to the very top, the clouds linger around and the green trees look very lush. The visitors on the pavilions on other mountains are also enjoying the view. The scenery is beautiful!
Lushan has a Twelve Scenes of Lushan Mountain, a waterfall in the cave, a stone chess in the bamboo, and a cave in the peak. It is also one of the birthplaces of Taoism. Since the Spring and Autumn Period, a group of alchemists who are engaged in health and self-cultivation have gathered. The top of Mount Lushan is full of clouds, the waves at the foot of the mountain are rolling, the flowing white clouds are reflected in the sea, and the eyes are closed and the waves are heard. There is also a record in Han Shu. When Wu Di was in Lushan, he once had "no one has Taiyixiandongji, and this one is also one."
After swimming through the mountains and watching the sea, it is time to let go of your appetite and eat seafood. Back at the Pole Mountain Inn, the boss has already prepared a hearty seafood dinner for us. To say that this comes to Qingdao, to Lushan, not to eat seafood is basically the same as not having been here.
The cruise ship in the Lushan Mountain Scenic Area is a brand new high-speed cruise ship. The cruise ship is divided into upper and lower floors. The lower level is a comfortable soft bag. The fully enclosed cabin allows visitors to enjoy the view of the sea through the wide porthole. The upper level is an open deck, proud of the bow, and winds up.
Mount Lao (LáoShān 崂山) Scenic Area, situated just 30 kilometers east of ShiNan Central Business District, is one of Qingdao City’s top tourists destinations. As the cradle of Taoism in China and known in traditional Qingdao folklore as the home of immortals, Laoshan soars 1133 meters above sea level. Mount Lao is dotted with green tea terraces at lower elevations that produce some of China’s finest teas. If you are coming to China’s Sailing City, you should set aside at least one day to visit mainland’s highest coastal mountain range. Popular attractions include: Temple of Supreme Purity (太清宮; Tài Qīng Gōng), Yakou Temple (垭口宮; Yā Kǒu Gōng), Temple of Great Purity (上清宮; Shàng Qīng Gōng), Longtan Waterfall (龙潭瀑; Lóng Tán Pù), Temple of Supreme Peace (太平宮; Tài Píng Gōng), Hualou Temple (华楼宮; Huá Lóu Gōng), Huayan Temple (华严寺; Huáyán Sì).
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