The area where Qingdao is currently located was called Jiao’ao when it was administered by the Qing Dynasty. In 1891, the Qing government decided to make the area a primary defence base against naval attacks and planned the construction of a city. Qingdao is mostly known for the Tsingtao Brewery, which German settlers founded in 1903, and which produces Tsingtao beer, now the most famous beer in China and known worldwide. In 1984 the Chinese government named a district of Qingdao a Special Economic and Technology Development Zone. Some famous places in Qingdao include; Mount Lao, Zhanqiao Pier, Badaguan, May Fourth Square, Jiaozhou Bay Bridge, Qingdao No.1 Bathing Beach and several others.
With convenient airport transfers in Qingdao, tourists can move through the nooks and crannies of the city easily and comfortably and can also explore the outsides of the city on day trips and excursions from the city to neighbouring cities and towns as well as multi-day tours from the city. These tour activities are available on Tripindicator, a tour agency committed to providing visitors with the best tour activities based on customer ratings and feedbacks at very affordable prices compared to other tour teams.