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Tai'an intro. Tai’an is spread around the south side of Mount Tai in China’s north-east Shandong Province. The mountain, one of China’s most sacred, lies between Tai’an and Shandong’s capital, Jinan. The large number of hotels in Tai’an form part of the city’s well established tourist infrastructure. Most of Tai’an’s hotels are either in the city centre or at the nearby base of Mount Tai. Mount Tai and its highest summit, the Jade Emperor Peak, can be seen from most of Tai’an’s hotels, even the ones that are further away. Tai’an itself has a shopping square on Hongmen Road, several parks and a museum but the main tourist sights are on Mount Tai. At the foot of the mountain is the ancient Dai Temple (Dai Miao) complex. Stone steps lead to the summit passing numerous ornate gateways, temples and pavilions. Near the start of the stairs to the summit are a few three and four star hotels offering comfort before the climb.