Dalian, which is a port city, located in the southernmost tip of Liaodong Peninsular. To the east lies the Yellow Sea and west the Bohai Sea, Dalian is a natural non-freezing deep-water harbor serves as a sea and land transport hub of North and South as well as one of the most important international trading ports. As a gateway of three provinces in Northeast China and Inner Mongolia, Dalian not only has an important strategic position, but also processes the beautiful scenery.
Travel to venue
Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport is one of the top four airports in North-east China. 130 flight courses have been opened including 84 domestic flight courses and 46 international to keep air navigation with 89 cities home and abroad in 15 countries, in which 39 cities in foreign countries and regions, more than 1500 flights a week have formed air transportation network covering all over the country, radiating Japan, Korea as well as Russia and connecting with Europe, America, Australia and Asia basically. The airport is approximately 12.6 kilometers away from the venue, and easy to take taxi (costs about 30￥) at the exit of it.
Dalian is served by two major railway stations: Dalian Railway Station and Dalian North Railway Station. Dalian Railway Station, located in the southern tip of the Liaodong Peninsula, connects northeast and north China railways, with more than 50 tourist trains to Beijing, Shenyang, Harbin every day. It is a hub that connecting the sea and air as the largest passenger transport window of Dalian city with more than 20 millions of visitors setting out and arriving every year. Dalian Railway Station is approximately 9.0 kilometers away from the venue, and it will cost 22￥ by taxi. Dalian North Railway Station is a newly-built station, which was put into operation in 1th Dec. 2012 for the stop of the high-speed trains, with which the travelling time can be cut in half. It is approximately 18.7 kilometers away from the venue, and it will cost 45￥ by taxi.
Participants who will attend 11th ISHPMIE need apply for the Business Visit Visa (F-visa), which is issued to a foreign citizen who is invited to China for visit, research, lecture, business, and exchanges in the fields of science, technology, education, culture and sports, or attending various kinds of trade fairs or exhibitions, or short-term study, intern practice. Please find the detailed information about F-visa below:
The local organizing committees will issue the invitation letters for application of visa. Please provide the detailed information (full name, gender, date of birth, etc.) during the registration.
Travel to Seoul
There are 11 flights from Dalian to Seoul (China Southern Airlines, Korea Airlines and Asiana Airlines) every day. It is convenient for participants who will continue attending the 36th International Symposium on Combustion.