Yantai Jinshan tourism development Co., Ltd. is mainly engaged in the development of healthy ecological culture, shore entertainment tourism. With the development strategy of eco city theme, adhering to the concept of "honesty oriented, treat people with harmony", the company is committed to creating a characteristic ecological environment with both history and modernity, tradition and fashion. In 2007, Yantai Jinshan tourism development Co., Ltd. was established to transform into tourism real estate. In 2011, Nanhai Urban Investment Co., Ltd. was established to focus on the development of South China Sea new town in T-shaped Bay and become a city supporting service provider.
The group's key development project is located in the coastal bay of Qingdao and Yantai, which is the core development area of Jiaodong Peninsula coastal zone, with a total area of 100 square kilometers. T-shaped Bay is 60 km away from Qingdao, 100 km from Yantai and 110 km from Weihai. In August 2010, Dingzi Bay was approved as a provincial tourist resort and named "Yantai Laiyang dingziwan coastal provincial tourism resort", which was included in the national development strategy and became one of the nine intensive sea use areas in Shandong Peninsula blue economic zone. At present, there are golf course, Niangniang mountain scenic area, Jinshan pagoda scenic area and other tourism projects. At present, the development focus of South China Sea new town in Dingzi Bay is coastal regulation, wetland restoration, yacht industry, real estate industry and marine high-tech industry. "Evergrande children's world theme park" cooperated with Evergrande group is an indoor, all-weather, all season world top fairy tale and Myth theme park for children.
Jinkou tourism projects include Jinshan ski resort, 54 hole ecological wetland theme golf course of Jinshan club, five-star Jinshan International Hotel, four-star Nanhai Resort Hotel, hot spring, original ecological wetland park, Jinkou ancient town, Jinshan Temple, Tianhou palace and Yonghe palace for religious tourism.