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Tai’an (泰安) is located in central Shandong Province, east of the Yellow River. The name “Tai’an” comes from “guotai and min’an,” which means “peace to the nation and security for the people.” Mount Tai, situated within Tai’an City, ranks as a top national scenic area and is regarded as the most important of China's Five Great Mountains and the “Greatest Mountain Under Heaven.” It is a natural and cultural World Heritage Site. Most of the city lies in the southern foothills of Mount Tai. Together, the city and mountain enjoy great renown in Chinese history and culture.
Crowned as "The King of the Five Sacred Mountains", Mount Tai has been one of China's most famous mountain peaks since ancient times. A large and impressive rock mass covering 25,000 ha and rising to 1,545 m above the surrounding plateau, Mount Taishan is considered one of the most beautiful scenic spots in China and was an important cradle of oriental East Asian culture since the earliest times. The mountain was an important object of the cult worship of mountains even before 219 BCE, when the Qin Emperor paid tribute to the mountain to inform the gods of his success in unifying all of China. Watching the sunrise and catching the spectacular sea of clouds are common activities that visitors engage in. You are also encouraged to explore the ancient sites, engravings, and religious temples to understand the role of Mount Tai in China's long history.
Tai’an Fantawild Adventure is located on Mingtang Road in the New Eastern District of Taishan in the City of Tai’an. The park is a high-tech sci-fi theme park with a number of themed areas, including Dino Crisis, Sky Sailor, Strange Tales from a Lonely Studio, Future Police, and Spark of Life. The park has themed areas, amusements, and recreational and scenic sites that use technology to showcase the brilliance of Chinese culture.
A famous Taoist holy site, Dai temple is located in Tai'an City, south of Mt. Taishan. It was built in the Qin and Han Dynasties and was a place where emperors worshiped the Taishan Gods and held sacrifices. Along with the Forbidden City in Beijing, the Temple of Confucius, and the Chengde Mountain Resort, Dai Temple makes up one of China's four most famous ancient architectural complexes. These majestic palaces are well-preserved with huge frescoes and ancient inscriptions from the Song Dynasty.
Tai'an Underground Dragon Palace (Formerly Taishan Rift Valley) is located at the foot of Mt. Tai in Wenshui County. The Tai'an Underground Dragon Palace lies at the fault zone of Mt. Tai and Mt, Lu. Come here to witness the wonders of nature! Inside the cave, there are living stones, stalagmite,s stalactites and stone waterfalls everywhere, creating a beautiful, unique piece of scenery. The abundant groundwater flows through the cave, creating these exciting features.