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Singapore(SIN) ⇒ Dalian(DLC)
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Dalian is a major port city in the south of Liaoning in China. It is the province's second largest city and one of the most important commercial and industrial centres of South East Asia. It is a major tourist destination too. Every year, Dalian caters to thousands of visitors flocking to the city for business and tourism.
The Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) is easily accessible by road or by the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) trains. The trains take around 40 minutes from the main city; by road, it takes around 30 minutes.
There are currently no direct flights to Dalian from Singapore. Carriers like Air China and Korea Air and many others provide Singapore-Dalian flights with connections. China Southern and Shenzhen Airlines offer cheap flights from Singapore. Typically, it takes around 8-9 hours from Singapore to Dalian.
The Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport is Dalian's only international airport. It was China's 20th Busiest Airport in 2014, and is located around 10km from the city centre.
Dalian offers a large number of hotels and hostels to accommodate the various types of visitors that come every year. You could book a hotel in the downtown area, or find accommodation near the train station if you are city-hopping on your tour.
Zhongshan Square hosts budget hotels and kitschy boutique stays, as does Harbor Square.
Dalian hosts the Ice Lantern Festival and the super-trendy Dalian International Fashion Festival, so be sure not to miss it, if it’s going on during your tour dates.
Take a stroll through Xinghai Square, currently the largest square in the world by area, when the weather is good. Art enthusiasts can swing by the Dalian Art Gallery or the Dalian Modern Museum.
Dalian was once occupied by Russia and Japan, so the architecture in the city is an eclectic mix of the two cities’ styles. Visit Russian Street to see some colonial-era buildings that stand to this day.
Zhongshan District hosts numerous theatres and concert arenas, for those interested n arts and entertainment of the region.
Mandarin is mainly spoken in the city, but some people, especially in more upscale hotels, know a smattering of English words. It is advisable to learn a few basic phrases in Mandarin to help you get around better.
Dalian is a foodie's delight, especially if you love seafood. With a host of options on seafood like prawns, fishes, sea cucumbers, squids and a lot more, Dalian is a gastronomical paradise. One should definitely try the local dishes like colourful snowflake scallops and salted fish with corn cake. Another local dish, the Dalian menzi, is a must-try protein-rich snack.
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