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Location of Fraser Suites Dalian

The perfect Location to get around Dalian

Located in the new Donggang business hub of Dalian, the property’s central location, excellent transport connections and spacious apartments equipped with top-notch amenities provide a comfortable and convenient base for both business visitors and leisure travellers seeking to explore the city’s green spaces, parks and beaches. Dalian Port and the stunning architectural centrepiece of the district, the Davos Conference Centre, are a short walk away. Close by is the district’s central landmark, Zhongshan Square, which is popular with locals and visitors alike for its wide variety of dining and shopping.

Fraser Suites Dalian

No.30, Ganglong Road
Zhongshan District,

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Sun Asia Ocean World

A 118m underwater transparent acrylic tunnel lets you roam the ocean floor. See 300 kinds of rare fish from around the world, a “petting zoo” with marine life & model ships.

Forest Zoo

Built in 1997, this 7.2km2 park has 6 simulated natural environments, each suited to a particular group of animals. Take a 45-minute gondala ride over the forest for the best views.

No. 30, Ganglong Road,
Zhongshan District,
Liaoning province


  • Getting to Fraser Suites Dalian

    Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport (14.5 km, 30 minute drive)

    • Subway/Train Station: 
    • Dalian Train Station (4km, 15 minute drive)
    • Dalian North Train Station (20 km, 40 minute drive)
    • Dalian Conference Center Metro Station (200m, 3 minute walk)
  • About Dalian

    Dalian is located in the southern tip of Liaodong Peninsula, surrounded by the Bohai Sea and Yellow Sea. With its beaches, lush parks and hills, and balmy summers, Dalian is a popular resort destination with locals from surrounding provinces looking for a relaxing getaway. Billed as one of the most liveable cities in China and the ‘Hong Kong of the North’, the second largest city in Liaoning Province has much to offer the visitor: swimming beaches, magnificent coastal views, and a cosmopolitan vibe that’s evident in the architecture, wide, tree-lined streets, and proliferation of international cuisines from sushi to borscht.

    Compared to other Chinese cities, Dalian is a relatively young metropolis. It was occupied by Russia and Japan for many decades, and visitors are often pleasantly surprised to discover it is quite different from their expectations. With European-style buildings, elegant squares with sculptures and fountains, and green lawns, it could be a Western city.

    The best times to visit are in summer and autumn, when the weather is perfect for long walks in scenic areas and beaches, and enjoying the theme parks. And should you wish to venture beyond, an excellent transportation network connects it to many other cities in China.

  • Essential Facts About Dalian

    Average temperatures range from −4°C in winter to 24°C in summer. Due to its warm continental climate, it neither gets too too warm in summer nor too cold in winter. The East Asian monsoon brings rain in summer but winters tend to be windy and dry.

    Mandarin is the main language. The local dialect, known as Dalian-hua, is related to the Shandong dialect, and can sometimes be hard to understand for those unfamiliar with it.

    Time Difference
    GMT +8 hours

    China’s 72-hour visa-free transit policy allows air passengers from 53 countries to transit and stay for up to 72 hours (3 days) in 18 cities in China, including Dalian, without a visa. Citizens of Singapore, Brunei and Japan holding ordinary passports do not require a visa if they are staying for no more than 15 days and not visiting for work or study purposes. To find out if you require a visa, check with your consulate or embassy before your travel dates.

    The unit currency is Renminbi (RMB), which comes in denominations of one, two, five, 10, 20, 50 and 100. Credit cards are widely accepted at larger establishments.

    All prices are tax-inclusive when charged and there is no other tax that needs to be levied.
    Gratuity: Tipping is not commonly practised in China. Most hotels automatically add a 15% service charge to the total bill.

    Business Hours
    Banks and government offices:
    Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 17:00 hours
    Saturdays, 09:00 to 13:00 hours
    Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 18:00 hours

    Shops and department stores, may vary but mostly:
    Mondays to Sundays: 10:00 to 22:00 hours, including public holidays.

    Cellular Network
    The three biggest mobile telephone service providers are China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom.

    Voltage is 220V AC.

    Public Holidays
    New Year's Day, Chinese New Year or Spring Festival, Tomb-Sweeping Festival, Labor Day, Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival and China National Day.