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Attraction & Sightseeing In Dalian

Bangchui Island -- Fujiazhuang Beach -- Olympic Square -- Polar Aquarium


Bangchui Island

Bangchui Island -- Attraction & Sightseeing In DalianBangchuidao Scenic Area (Bangchuidao fengjingqu) is located at the eastern end of the beach road, a short drive along Binhai Lu, home to Numerous Party Members and Football stars. 

The northern side of the area is encompassed by mountain ranges and the southern stretch is an area of pretty, soft sand. 

From here, there are good views of Sanshan Island, which is often shrouded in mist.

The beach here was once reserved only for Party Members and stars, but today it is open to the public.

How to get there: Take the bus No.712 and get off at Dangdai Company Station, then walking 20 minutes on foot, Currently the only way to get there is to go by taxi, which costs around RMB8
After landing, you could go up by yacht from Tiger Beach.

Cost: RMB20

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Fujiazhuang Beach

Fujiazhuang Beach -- Attraction & Sightseeing In DalianFujiazhuang Beach (Fujiazhuang fengjingqu) is arguably Dalian's nicest beach, most famous for its 550-meter-long stretch of golden sands and the turquoise sea lapping against the shore.

It is a great walk from Tiger Beach which can be reached by bus No. 4, 403, 403, 404 or 801 from the city center. Further back from the shore are numerous other great spots; reefs, islands and forests. 

The slightly more remote location makes this a more secluded and less developed beach than many other that Dalian has to offer. There are speed boats from here to other bays in the area and a few hotels and villas are currently under construction, in response to the increased numbers of travelers and sun- seekers. Get there before it becomes too popular!!

How to get there: Take bus No.801, 501 or double-decker bus No.5 from the railway station.
Cost: RMB3

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Olympic Square

In 1932, Liu Changchun, a Dalian local resident, competed in the 10th Olympic Games held in Los Angeles. Liu was the first Chinese to take part in the Games. Decades have passed, the spirit of sport loving is inherited and now Dalian is known as a "Soccer City" and the "Home of Track & Field". 

In September 1999, Mr. Samaranch, Chairman of the Int'l Olympic Committee of the day, attended the foundation-stone laying ceremony for the Square. To the south of the square stands the city's central stadium where its soccer team calls home.

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Polar Aquarium

Polar Aquarium -- Attraction & Sightseeing In DalianA trip to polar regions shall be an unimaginable experience to average people, yet coming visitors here to the Polar Aquarium find themselves in a crystal ice-snow world anytime of the year.

The aquarium was opened in 2002, animals both from the south polar and the north polar regions, including polar bears, penguins, polar belugas and sea elephants share neighborhood here. 

Altogether the aquarium has 11 species of 153 polar animals and it also boasts of 3,000 fish. Standing in a 360o channel one seems to live together with the multitude of fish. A showcase of 300-odd sharks and performances by dolphins also deserve high recommendations as well.

In the sea animal section, one can touch fur seals, sea dogs, and sea lions. It is currently the largest polar aquarium in the world.

Ticket: Aquarium RMB90, Sea Animals Hall RMB30

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