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We booked a taxi driver at RMB 50 an hour to drive us from our hotel at Grand Hyatt along Binhai Road to as far as Banchiudao. Entrance fee is half price for my husband who is 63 years old.(RMB 10). We chose not to...More
Went to Bangchui Island (棒棰岛 Bangchui Dao）after the cab driver who drove us to Lao Hu Tan (老虎滩）said it was worth seeing. After a yummy lunch at Lao Hu Tan area, we took a cab to Bangchui Island entrance. Cab fare was about ¥25-30, not...More
We did the drive along Binhai Road, and drove into the BangChui Scenic Area (had to pay 60RMB for three of us). This consists of a number of hotels and a beach, which looks out to the island. The beach is lined with a number...More
The name of this place suggests that it is an island where top government officials go for vacationing. However, that is wrong in that the island is there but where you are permitted to visit and stay is everywhere by the beach and coast across...More
Most people visit during summer, but I thought it would be intriguing to see during winter. The day was misty and moody, with a light rain sprinkling down. The island itself isn't really very impressive, but it's quite fun clambering over the rocky, seashell-covered beach...More
Pros - quiet park area, you can easily walk and take rest, just few people even it was Golden week (this note is valid for the whole Dalian! unbelievable), beach is not dirty, I can imagine swimming here when warm.
Cons - easy to go...More
A small beach with not too fine sand, has a hotel on it and is surrounded by rocks. Overall, not a great view and not worth it for a stand alone visit. Very little by way of activities available on it.
The visit is worth the trip. Seeing the beach and the "dumplings" with rubber donuts around their waste is a trip. It seems that Chinese do not like to swim very much and are afraid to be at the beach without a float. Note that...More
It does not appear to be an island where public or private transportation is available for tourists. The only possibility is that tourists pay for a small boat for a ride along the beach of the mainland side for a look at... More
It does not appear to be an island where public or private transportation is available for tourists. The only possibility is that tourists pay for a small boat for a ride along the beach of the mainland side for a look at the island which will be physically closer by tens of feet only.