Located in the east end of Shandong Province, Weihai is surrounded by the Yellow Sea in the north, east and south with a 986 kilometers coastline in total. It neighbors Yantai in the west and is separated from the Korean Peninsular and Japanese chain islands by the sea in the east. There are two railway stations in the city with Weihai Railway Station specialized in non-bullet trains and North Railway Station operating only high-speed trains. They connect the city with Beijing, Shanghai, Qingdao, Jinan, and Wendeng, etc. The local bus station is located at the juncture of Qingdao Road and Shanghai Road and is bounded by the train station to the west. Generally, it is about 7 hours' drive to Jinan, 4 hours' drive to Qingdao, and visitors can reach Yantai within two hours.
Weihai Dashuibo Airport (IATA: WEH, ICAO: ZSWH) (or Weihaiwei Airport) is an airport serving the city of Weihai in Shandong province, China. The airport is located in Dashuibo Town, part of Wendeng City under the administration of Weihai, close to Wendeng East Railway Station in the Qingdao–Rongcheng intercity railway.
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Situated in the mid-latitude zone, the city enjoys a temperate continental monsoon climate, with four clear seasons and seasonal winds. Compared with other cities at the same latitude, Weihai weather has abundant rainfall. Influenced by the sea, it is cold in spring, cool in summer, moderate in autumn and warm in winter. Without winter chills and summer heat, the city is perfect for visiting all the year round, especially in summer.
1. Liugong Island - is located in Weihai Bay, at the east end of Shandong Peninsula. It is very close to downtown, only 20 minutes distance by ship. The island is famous for the wonderful littoral scenery and the memorial places of Sino-Japanese War of 1894.
2. Chengshantou - is located at the easternmost point of Chengshan Mountain and across the sea from Korea. Known as China's "Cape of Good Hope", it is the first spot in China where people first see the sunrise in the morning. Chengshantou covers an area of one square mile and its highest point measures 656 feet above sea level. Here, mountains stretch for miles. Precipitous cliffs rise steeply beside the boundless surging sea. This majestic and imposing sight has attracted many celebrities for sightseeing. During the early days of the Qin Dynasty (221 BC-206 BC), the Emperor Qin Shihuang once visited the cape in search of elixirs. Many historical relics were left, including a broken stele on which was carved six characters - "Tian Jin Tou Qin Dong Men" (The End of the Heaven – The East Gate of Qin).
3. Hailu Island - which is located around Chengshantou, are also some interesting sights worth visiting. It is known as "Seagull Paradise". Each spring, thousands of seagulls inhabit the area and lay their eggs. Piebald Colored Rock is a huge rock formation set back 55 yards from the coastline. The Wild Animal Zoo has various lovely animals that tourists enjoy seeing. The entrance fee is CNY 150 per adult. Kindly be reminded that there are dangerous riptides in this area so you shouldn't swim here.