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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Huangdao in Summer

Huangdao  which means  "yellow island" in Chinese is a district of Qingdao, Shandong, China, located southwest and west of the main urban area of the city on the western shore of Jiaozhou Bay.

The Tang Dao Wan Bay Park located in Huangdao is a beautiful park around the the bay of Tang Dao Wan, which serves as a place for family recreation, picnic, cycling and gathering.

Huangdao's early summer is quite an enjoyable season, although it can be humid near the sea shore. Late summer can become hot, while other places of Northern China start to feel cooler. The climate in late fall and winter can be harsh but snow patches can generally last no longer than a few days. It is a fun place to bring the family for a bike ride along the Bay.

In summer, the park is especially beautiful with colorful flowers grown in well arranged landscape. This coastal park perfectly blends nature, culture, and entertainment. It is famous for its beautiful natural scenery and leisurely walkways.

You can rent bikes in this  scenic area. The coastline involved in the scenic area is very long, about 7 km. This place is a good place to ride a bike ride along the scenic Bay .

Flowers have a privileged position in Chinese culture. Chinese believe that flowers convey positive messages and play a significant role in the day to day life.  In this park during summer you can find various flowers, roses in red , pink, white and yellow, lavenders, chrysanthemum, lotus etc. A beautiful scenery at one time.