Island-Story, Sea-Charm. Liugong Island is the memorial place for Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895) and national 5A-Level scenic spot, which is 2.1 nautical miles from Weihai downtown.
Main spots: Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895) Museum, Exhibition Hall of Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895) Museum, Liugong Island Expo Park and Liugong Isaland National Forest
Opening hours: 7:00 AM-5:30 PM
Ticket: 138 RMB (steamer ticket and all spot tickets included), the ticket should be showed in every entrance of spots. Tickets for children under 1.2m is free, tickets for children between 1.2~1.4m and seniors aged between 60~69 is half price and tickets for seniors aged above 70 (70 included) is 15 RMB. Group ticket for over 10 people can be purchased from travel agencies.
Transportation: Liugong Island is only 20 minute-trip from the downtown by steam ferry. Ferries entering the island operates between 7:00 and 15:00. Ferries leaving the island operates between 9:00 and 18:00.
Tour time: it will take one whole day to visit all spot on the island. If time is hurry, it would be a good choice to take 20 minute-motor car for a quick tour around the island.
Recommended route: Exhibition Hall of Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895) Museum--Liugong Island Expo Park--Whale Exhibition Hall--Liugong Isaland National Forest--Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895) Museum--Ding Ruchang’s Residence--Panda Pavilion-- Sika Deer & Formosan Serow Pavilion
Food and accommodation: tourists can eat in the restaurants in the island, including Liugong Renjia, Lao chuanzhang (Old captain) and sidewalk seafood booths. Tourists can spend night in Liugong Hotel.
Shopping: popular souvenirs, such as telescope, fishing rod, seafood products and airplane models