Weihai is located on the eastern tip of the Shandong peninsula and is surrounded by the sea from three directions. It has a very relaxing, island-like atmosphere with fresh air and breathtaking views. Weihai has won various awards, such as the first National Sanitary City, and many others, proving that it has the cleanest environment and is the most livable city in China.
Weihai has beautiful, calm beaches. If you enjoy swimming, you’ll appreciate that it has some of the best qualities of sea water in China.
Popular attractions include Liugong Island. It is located in Weihai Bay and is only 20 minutes distance by ship. The island is famous for the wonderful littoral scenery and the memorial places of Sino-Japanese War of 1984.
- Population: 2 million
- Public Transportation: 1 international airport, 1 intercity railways station, strong city bus system and taxis.
- Language: Mandarin, local dialects
- Climate: Temperate climate with warm summers and cool winters
- EF Weihai was opened in 2004.
What Makes Weihai Unique?
- As it is dubbed China’s Garden city, this coastal city boasts lush forests, picturesque islands and miles of beachhead
- Its clean waters and fertile land have made Weihai one of the largest producers of seafood
- United Nations and other international groups have named Weihai as one of the most livable cities in the world
- Weihai is well known for meticulously prepared seafood dishes, which teachers enjoy after a day of teaching English
- Weihai, with such a close proximity to other countries, is a hub of great culture and art. Best of all, much of it can be viewed to the public for free