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Well, there’s really nothing too do on this long narrow road leading from one side of the mountain to the other side. If you drive or ride in a cab through the mountains, be sure to do it in the day time when it’s light...More
The scenic road stretches for about 35 kilometres affording excellent coastal vistas. We were told that until a few decades ago it was only used by the army. It is a popular tourist and recreation area.
Binhai Road is also called lovers road, because when a couple meet first time or break-up they meet/separate there. Sounds funny but it's true. Moreover, this road is very suitable for long distance walking and jogging. The view up top very beautiful, at your back...More
The sign near my hotel said 3.4 km to Xinghai Square, but it didn't say up over a mountain along winding sidewalks. Being someone who enjoys walking, I decided to walk it. Nice scenery (so, bring your camera); maybe detour, as I did, down to...More
This road is very beautiful. Take a tax or get a driver, ride a bike or just walk part of it. It hugs the coast of Dalian so you see some city sights as well as the sea with islands and beaches. Very scenic.
I feel like Dalian is best city to visit in China, specially for foreigners. It is because of two reasons; first is the English sign boards on bus stand and on other places and second reason is culture of this city. This city is very...More
We always bring visiting friends to the Binhai Road. This winding Street hugs the ocean and provides spectacular views. If you don’t have a car, you can still enjoy the road by hiring a taxi or a Didi driver. There are many places to pull...More