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Transportation from Qingdao Liuting International Airport to Shangri-La Hotel


Commencing operation in 1982, Qingdao Liuting International Airport is one of the most important air transit centers in China. It has an aircraft parking apron of 440,000 square meters (about 109 acres) and a runway length of 3,400 meters (about 3,720 yards), which can be used by Boeing747s. The airport has two terminal buildings, covering 120,000 square meters (about 30 acres). The domestic arrival and departure area is in Terminal 1, while the international arrival and departure area is located in Terminal 2. Presently, there are over 400 flights operating from the airport, including 191 domestic departure flights, 190 domestic arrival flights, 23 international arrival flights, and 24 international departure flights reaching cities such as Busan, Frankfurt, Los Angeles, Singapore, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Beijing, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Shanghai and Xian, among others. For detailed information on the airport facilities and transportation, please refer to its website at

List of Internatinal Arrival

| Seoul | Bangkok | San Francisco | Los Angeles | Phuket | Inchon  | Frankfurt |
| Osaka | Busan   | Tokyo         | Singapore   | Nagoya | Fukuoka | Okinawa   |


Route 1  Airport Shuttle: Express One

Qingdao Liuting International Airport  »»»  湛山/Zhan Shan (Shangri-La Hotel)
First Express 7:30 am. From 7:30 to21:00, at 30 minutes intervals, subsequent frequency shall be subject to flights conditions.(waiting time<40min) Last Express: Last Flight Arrival.
Single Fare (RMB):20

Route 2 Taxi

Qingdao Liuting International Airport »»» Shangri-La Hotel

Taxi Mileage and Reference Price
Mileage (Km)
9RMB-start Fare (RMB)
9RMB-start Night
12RMB-start Fare (RMB)
12RMB-start Night
Shangri-La Hotel


Transportation from QingDao North Railway Station  to Shangri-La Hotel


Qingdao north railway station commenced operation in Jan, 2014. It is situated in Licang District, 7.5 miles (12 kilometers) from the city center, and 7 miles from the Qingdao Liuting International Airport. Since the majority of passenger transport still managed by Qingdao railway station now, there is only a few trains originating from the north station. But in the future, the north station will take over most of the passenger transport of the city. Besides the originating trains run to Harbin, Changchun, Jinan and some other cities, trains through there can reach Beijing, Shanghai, Wuhan, and Nanjing.

1. QingDao Railway Station (North)»» Qingdao Subway 3rd Line (reference:4RMB) » Changsha Road »» Taxi (reference:19RMB) » Shangri-La Hotel

2. QingDao Railway Station (North)»»  Taxi (reference:40RMB) » Shangri-La Hotel


Transportation from QingDao Railway Station to Shangri-La Hotel


Qingdao raiway station was built in 1901 by the Germans in a typical German Renaissance architectural style. Although expanded in 1901 and 2006, its German style has been retained, together with the original watch tower and waiting hall. After expansion, the station now has six platforms, ten railway roads and a waiting area of over seven-thousand square meters (almost two acres). Every day, there are fifty or so pairs of trains operating here including twenty-nine pairs of bullet trains. Trains operated here include those to/from cities outside Shandong Province such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Nanchang, Xuzhou, Zhengzhou, Xian, Lanzhou, Xining, Chengdu, Taiyuan, and also cities inside Shandong Province including Jinan, Heze, Yantai and Zibo.

QingDao Railway Station »»  Taxi (reference:19RMB) » Shangri-La Hotel