Dalian, Liaoning Province, in north-eastern China is located on the southernmost tip of the Liaodong Peninsula where the Bohai and Yellow seas meet. The city is one of China’s most important transportation hubs connecting China with Asia and the rest of the world. The city’s harbour is world famous for its natural aspects and ocean-going freighters link the peninsula with some 160 countries.
This industrial city is well developed commercially and financially and handles grain, vegetables and fruits together with fish, prawns, abalone, sea cucumber and other aquatic plants. Dalian is a major holiday resort and tourist city with world class hot springs, trade fair facilities, golf facilities, International marathon, and numerous festivals each year.
Major attractions and locations include Jinshi Beach, Marine World, Forest Zoo, People’s Square, Lushu Museum, Friendship Square and Labor Park.