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At more than 270 acres, Xinghai Square is the largest city square in the world. Surrounded by amusement parks, offices, shopping malls and luxury hotels, there are plenty of things to do here, including watching the fountain show at night.
Nice place to see - a square itself and adjacent beach / amusement park area. Try to avoid during hot days in summer - it is almost nowhere to hide from heat and sun. During Beermania (end of July-early Aug) the square itself is closed...More
Very scenic, beautiful lighted bridges, lots of beach & water activities. Swimming, paddle boats, jet skis, boating, scuba lessons, fishing, fun rides, all the beach gear can be rented. Roller blades, little electric cars, bikes etc available to rent as well. There is a skateboard...More
Undoubtedly it is the largest square of the world. Also known as the sea of stars. Overlooking the yellow sea on one side and the beautiful skyscrappers of Dalian on the other, it is an iconic square in itself. There are many statues which are...More
Yeah, I actually walked here from my hotel near the east end of Binhai Road (the sign said 3.4 km, but I think that's in a straight line; I'm sure I walked farther than that with all the winding sidewalks and the detours to a...More
This is a very busy area during the summer. On the other hand, there aren't half as many boisterous drunks as you'd get on a beach in England. You also get to go on a ride in the fair if that's your cup of tea....More
Interesting waterfront family recreation area. It was very crowded when we visited on a sunny Thursday afternoon in July. Overpriced food and trinkets, plus amusement park rides and a giant concrete platform/ramp thing that people take photos of and from. Good for a walk and...More
This is a huge open-air place right on the water. It had different parts to commemorate the city, a huge concrete ramp-like structure that looked like it would be heaven for skateboarders, and an amusement park with some rides that looked dubious to go on....More