Dalian

China 04.14 (Asia/Shanghai)
Dalian is a large, modern port city on the Liaodong Peninsula, at the southern tip of China’s northeastern Liaoning Province. Founded by the Russians in 1898 and later occupied by the Japanese, today the city is known for its beaches and many squares. Zhongshan Square features colonial buildings in Renaissance and other styles. Popular beaches include Tiger Beach and Golden Pebble Beach.
Map showing the location of Dalian

About The Port

Dalian Port is a major multipurpose port with facilities located around Dalian Wan and Dayao Wan. Handles dry and liquid bulk, containerised, Ro-Ro and general cargoes. Dalian has a large ship building industry.

On the Liaodong Peninsula in Liaoning Province, NE China. Approx. 470 km. ExS of Beijing.

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