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Dalian is fast becoming known as one of China’s most laid back and relaxed cities. Nestled alongside the the Yellow Sea on the Liáodōng Peninsula, the city’s tree-lined streets with clean air, ad impressive architecture combine to make it one of north east China’s most desirable destinations - especially for those visiting the region for business. Whether you are looking for some serious retail therapy, impressive coastal views or simply to enjoy Dalian’s incredible restaurant and bar scene, the ‘Hong Kong of the North’ is guaranteed not to disappoint.
Dalian welcomes huge numbers of visitors every year, including tourists as well as those visiting the city on business. It therefore has a huge range of accommodation on offer: from hotels to backpacker hostels. However, anyone planning on an extended stay in Dalian may be best suited to serviced apartments, as these come with many of the benefits of a traditional hotel, whilst offering an enhanced level of privacy as well as full kitchen facilities for those looking to self-cater. Whether you are looking for large scale corporate housing, or a stylish studio for one, the Squa.re offer a range of the best properties available anywhere in the city.
A vibrant and energetic city, Dalian presents the ideal opportunity to experience modern Chinese culture, with its plethora of social hotspots. As an important business centre, the city has plenty of attractions and amenities to cater for its growing population - especially those aimed at young professionals and local entrepreneurs.
The city is particularly noteworthy for its huge selection of social hotspots - from quirky cafes to modern bars, Dalian’s nightlife is an essential experience for first-time visitors. There are also plenty of opportunities to experience world-class dining, with all manner of cuisine on offer, ranging from regional delicacies to contemporary European establishments.
Dalian is also a great location for those looking to explore some of China’s incredible countryside. Hiking trips are popular along the tree-covered Liáodōng Peninsula and there are several marine tourism firms offering cruises of the coast line and a chance to spot some of the incredibly diverse local sea life.
Dalian has plenty of fantastic places to eat, ranging from local specialties to international cuisine. Those looking to sample authentic regional cuisine can head to Din Tai Fung, Huangcheng Laoma or Wanbao Seafood Fang, all of which are popular with locals and tourists. Alternatively, there’s plenty of places serving European cuisine, such as The Riviera Restaurant, Cafe Copenhagen and Restaurant Four Seasons.
Like most modern Chinese cities, Dalian has excellent retail opportunities, including several large-scale malls. Friendship Shopping Center and New Mart Shopping Mall are two of the biggest centres in the city, each home to hundreds of retailers ranging from high street fashion to cutting edge electronics. There’s also Dalian Outlet Shopping Mall, for those seeking top end brands at reduced prices.
Visitors to Dalian will find a wealth of attractions to keep them entertained. Zhongshan Square is a must see for first-time visitors, as it’s the city’s social hub and features numerous stores, cafes and bars. There’s also Laohutan Scenic Attraction, which is designed to entertain tourists. Those who enjoy wildlife can pay a visit to Dalian Forest Zoo and Dalian Lion & Tiger Park.
Dalian benefits from superb public transport links, comprised of railway, trams, buses and metro systems. There are over 150 bus routes running across the city, as well as 10 subway lines serving all the major areas. There’s also a dedicated tourist bus serving the major attractions. Alternatively, Dalian has plenty of taxi and private hire firms, which offer a convenient way of getting around - however, these can be costly during peak traffic times.
Dalian is an important power in China’s economy, being especially notable for its role as an IT and software centre. Mitsubishi Electric, Nidec, Sanyo Electric and Toshiba, all operate manufacturing plants locally, as well as several other international tech firms. Of course, the financial services are also represented, with branches of China's five major banks: Bank of China, Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, China Construction Bank, Bank of Communications, and Agricultural Bank of China having a presence in the city.