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Qingdao Sculpture Park

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Qingdao Sculpture Park

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Polina S wrote a review Nov 2018
Beijing, China47 contributions16 helpful votes
The park is interesting and has different types of art, some zones did remind me of a Alice in the Wonderland Garden, with funky trees and bushes. the ocean side is amazing itself, rocks and little islands you can climb and explore. We didn't see any food/water stands, and transportation is not very convenient, prepare to get a taxi or drive.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Brown C wrote a review Feb 2017
Qingdao, China723 contributions111 helpful votes
Three times a week I run on this beautiful and varied outdoor sculpture park and walkway along the ocean. It is also good to ride bikes on although due to it's popularity, it gets very crowded when the weather is nice. Get out and get some exercise and enjoy the ocean and this unique park! You will be glad you did!
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Robert R wrote a review Mar 2014
Chiang Mai, Thailand363 contributions134 helpful votes
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The sculpture park is located in the east section of the city near Polar Dinosaur/ Sea World on the ocean. It is serviced by Bus # 317 directly or Bus # 321 (with a short walk down from Hong Kong Road). The park includes a number of sculptures in a landscaped terrain next to the ocean. The park would be best seen as part of a hike along the ocean front on the excellent boardwalk that extends from Polar Sea World to the Haier Pavilion. Polar Sea World has parking and there are several rest rooms and terraced facilities along the oceanfront. There are also a number of restaurants, bars, grills, dancing, kid's rides, and fast food shops along the exposition building. This is a good place to stock up on water or snacks as there are no food facilities in the park. There are too many rocks in the water to swim in this area, if you want to swim go to the # 1 or # 2 Bathing Beaches west of town.
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Date of experience: November 2013
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