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  • Godess Dou Mu Palace
    Godess Dou Mu Palace

    Built beside the creek, Godess Dou Mu Palace is one of the most peaceful scenic spots in Mount Tai scenic area. Tou Mu, the Bushel Mother, or Goddes ...

  • Tai'an Qi Great Wall
    Tai'an Qi Great Wall

    The Qi Wall served as an example of the ingenuity of the Chinese people. The Construction started in 685 BCE. The existing sections date back to 500 ...

  • Jade Emperor Summit of Mount Tai
    Jade Emperor Summit of Mount Tai

    Towering 1,545 meters above the sea level, the Jade Emperor Peak has been long known as the Celestial Pillar. It is the top of Mount Tai. The name o ...

  • Dai Temple (Dai Miao)
    Dai Temple (Dai Miao)

    The huge temple complex is located at the foot of Mount Tai, traditionally a pilgrimage stop on the road to the mountain and a resting spot. The tem ...

  • Confucius Cemetery (Kong Lin)
    Confucius Cemetery (Kong Lin)

    North of the Confucius Mansion, about 2km up Lindao Road, is the Confucius Family Cemetery (Kong-lin) – the largest artificial park and the best pr ...

  • Confucius Family Mansion (Kong Fu)
    Confucius Family Mansion (Kong Fu)

    Situated to the east of the Confucius Temple, Confucius Mansion is where the Confucius direct descendants lived. Clusters of buildings are arranged ...

  • Confucius Temple (Kong Miao)
    Confucius Temple (Kong Miao)

    The temple was first built in 478 BC as a simple memorial hall and mushroomed into a complex one-fifth the size of Qufu. During the past 2400-odd ye ...

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Recommended China Tour Packages Including Qufu

  • 2-day Qufu and Mt. Tai ...

    Make an all-side exploration of the time-honored Qufu - hometown of Confucius. Moreover, climb or cable car up to Moun ...

  • 3-day Qufu and Mt. Tai ...

    Enjoy the 3-day trip at a relaxing pace. Admire the famous "Three Confuciuses" to learn more about the Confucianism; a ...

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