This is an interesting sculpture to see, but there is really little else to see, except the Park, walk along the waterfront and of course the Olympic Yachting area. It is still crowded with local tourists
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The statue was great, a good meaningful memorial to those who participated in the May 4th Movement. Other than that, it was a truly depressing sight. The whole area was built for the 2008 Olympics. Since then, they haven't really bothered to do any maintenance...More
Since this sculpture is the symbol of Qingdao, also can be seen on Qingdao beer glasses we visited the square. Huge place with many people, but clean and nice atmosphere.
Perhaps neat to see once, but I wouldn't go out of my way to visit here. The legacy of the May 4th movement is lost on me... it would have been nice to have an english placard somewhere explaining the significance of this day.
We came here for a stroll hoping to get a coffee somewhere but there is nothing other than tourist tat shops (beaded bags, shells etc.) all selling the same stuff. The monument is exactly as the photo's show - you gain nothing from seeing it...More
It is a park located near the waterfront. At night everything is lit-up and very pretty. It is an easy monument/park to visit quickly. No need to spend a lot time here. There are benches and such, so picnicking is an option.
Icon of Qingdao. Not a lot to do around the site, but there are a few coffee shops further along the waterfront and it is nice to sit down and watch the world go by. People flying kites, playing in the park etc, it's a...More
Nice leisurely, touristy stroll to the square. Had a walk round, took a couple of photographs. Wish I could say more to make up two hundred words as required.