Dalian, the “Northern Pearl” and summer resort of China is also called ‘the football city’ and ‘the fashion city’ in China, this city is located at the tip of Liaodong Peninsula. To the east, is the Yellow Sea, and to the west is the Bohai Sea. It is a major city and seaport in the south of Liaoning Province. Dalian is very popular among domestic tourists and foreign visitors, especially from Japan, South Korea and Russia. In 2007, it was one of the three cities named “China’s best tourist city”. There are many attractions in Dalian, such as the golden beaches and beautiful scenery and many other landmarks including the Tiger Beach, Xinghai Beach, Dalian Discovery Kingdom, Dalian Forest Zoo, Binhai Road, Xinghai Square, Shengya Aquarium, Laohutan Scenic Park, Dalian People’s Square and Lushun Port. As Dalian holds a lot of exhibitions and fairs every year, and is also the top popular tourist city in China, it receives business people or tourists from all over the world every day. To cater to its customers, Dalian has built a great number of hotels of different standards. The Somerset Harbour Court Dalian is one of the best Dalian Accommodation, which is located at the heart of this busy city and provides easy access to all of the city’s shopping, entertainment, dining and other recreational activities and many other popular landmarks of the city. The apartments are ideal for international travelers and is tastefully and elegantly appointed, while providing the best service and comforts. This is also located close by to the public transport system.
Dalian is also a famous fashion city. There is a saying that goes, “eating in Guangzhou, playing in Shanghai, while dressing in Dalian”. Dalian hosts the Dalian International Fashion Festival every September. This city is really famous for football. The Dalian team has won the first prize in the league matches eight times in China. Almost everyone in Dalian loves football and is proud of football. The architecture in Dalian has an international style. There are Roman ordered buildings, European domed buildings, Russian buildings, baroque architecture, Byzantine architecture, Japanese villa buildings and traditional Chinese buildings.
Thanuja Silva is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Auburn Silver. She has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+