With its elegant bridges, gateways and pavilions contrasting with pine forests and rocky cliffs, Taishan, a large and impressive bedrock over 1,500 meters, is one of the most beautiful scenic spots in China and an ancient Chinese civilization. And is considered a symbol of faith.
Located in the eastern part of Shandong Province, Mt. Tai is home to over 18,000 old and precious trees and over 300 species of wild birds. As a famous sacred mountain in China, it was also a place of worship and royal ceremonies in ancient times.
Due to the interrelationship of nature and cultural values, Mt. Oyama was registered by UNESCO in 1987 as China’s first World Cultural Natural Heritage Site.
The humanitarian and ecological environment of Oyama has been preserved for a long time. Ancient geological relics, ancient buildings, stone tablets and inscriptions, and ancient and rare trees are all carefully protected and maintained.