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Liaoning Province, often called 'the Golden Triangle' because of its superior geographical location, includes boundaries on the Yellow Sea, the Bohai Gulf, and the Yalu River, which makes it the closest gateway to the Korean Peninsula. As the southernmost province of the three provinces in northeast China, its proximity to the sea has given it commercial and strategic advantages throughout its history.

Liaoning Activities

Yueyawan beach resort is a safe crescent beach in Yingkou Economic and Technological Development Zone south of the Yingkou Port. In addition to the beautiful scenery, this summer resort is well equipped with bathing establishments, including fishing boat, gliders and sailboards.  

Shangyanghu Scenic Area is a national AAAA-level resort in northeastern of the city proper. The whole scenic area is set in the reservoir, Shangyang Lake, bearing elegant natural scenery and historic relics, such as 'the number one inclining Buddha in Northeast China' and Yong'an Temple. Entertainments facilities such as ropeway and skiing field are also well equipped.

Red Beach, located in Dawa County, Panjin, Liaoning, China, is famous for its landscape featuring the red plant of Suaeda salsa  of the Chenopodiaceae family. It is based in the biggest wetland and reed marsh in the world. The landscape is composed of shallow seas and tide-lands.

 Baita Park in Zhonghua Jie is comprised of four tourist zones: for historic relics, a children's park, and zones for flower and animal appreciation respectively. The White Pagoda (Baita) standing in the park was built in the Liao Dynasty (916-1125). It is the highest pagoda in Northeast China.

Bijia Mountain is situated on the coast of the Bohai Sea adjacent to Jinzhou Port. Bijiashan Island and Sky Bridge are the key scenic spots in the mountain resort. The Sky Bridge is exactly a 1,620-meter-long (1772-yard-long) sand and pebble road between the island and the seashore, which dodges in and out of the water as the tide changes.

Xingcheng Haibin National Park (Haibin: Seaside)

Haitangshan National Forest Park is situated in Daban Township of the Fuxin Mongol Autonomous Prefecture, and is 2.5 kilometers (1.6 miles) southwest of the city proper. Cliff Sculptures at the Haitang Mountain, which is commonly known as Lama Cave, is a man-made spectacle showing the excellent folk stone carving technique of ancient China.

Yongling Mausoleum of the Qing Dynasty: Located in Xinbin Man Autonomous County, the mausoleum buries six fathers of the Qing. It is the location where the grand ancestor worship ceremonies of the Qing were held. As the heritage left by ancestors of the Manchu, Yongling Mausoleum is of great research value. 

 Dalu (Deer) Island lies in Dagushan Town of Donggang City. It is a vital fortress and port on the sea, and a beautiful island for tourists. The Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895) broke out on the sea around the island, left tourists endless meditation for the past. This island is also rich in sea product and boasts natural bathing beaches.

Hushan Great Wall, known to Koreans as Bakjak Fortress, is the most easterly known part of the Great Wall of China. About 600 metres of remains were excavated here in 1989. In 1992, a section of wall was renovated and opened to the public, forming a popular tourist attraction. The wall runs for about 1,200 metres over Hushan (Tiger Mountain).

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