Located at the tip of the Shandong Peninsula in north-east China, the booming port city of Weihai was the site of China’s most humiliating naval defeat. During the Qing Dynasty the port was the base for the Beiyang Fleet of China, annihilated by a smaller Japanese fleet in 1895 from the landward side. It was also a summer station for the British Naval China Station and was known as Port Edward during colonial times. The British hung onto a concession here until 1930 when it was returned to the Republic of China, though little remains to remind you of its colonial heritage.Read More
Weihai Tailor made suggestions
Here are some of the recent tailor made itineraries we have created for our clients which include a visit to Weihai.