Overseas travel Vloggers promote "fresh" Dalian to the world

September 26, 2023 08:35 PM AEST | By Cision
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DALIAN, China, Sept. 26, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- A news report from CRI Online:

"The fishing ban has ended in Dalian! Look, the thick meat of the sea urchin. The more you eat, the fresher you feel. Enjoying the sea urchin while watching the sea is just fantastic, as if we are tasting the sea." Korean travel Vlogger Kim JunBum said in front of the camera while cracking open the sea urchin, sitting by the Fisherman Pier in the salty and humid breeze of the sea. Behind him, rows of boats are parked there, after their fishing journeys.

In the 2nd Exploring China—Overseas Travel Vlogger's Trip to Dalian held in recent days, a dozen overseas travel Vloggers, from Brazil, Korea, Madagascar, Pakistan, Romania, Thailand, Tunis, the UK, the US, and so on, came to Dalian for a 4-day immersive trip. 

Korean travel Vlogger Kim JunBum (left) is trying the seafood barbecue Photo by Wang Wen
Korean travel Vlogger Kim JunBum (left) is trying the seafood barbecue Photo by Wang Wen

During the four days, these Vloggers from all around the world visited Bangchui Island, Golden Pebble Beach, Fisherman Pier, and other tourist sites. They may take a walk on the beach, watch the tides and waves, or get on a boat to go deep into the sea. They have come to the Wisdom Park, the Bear Cave Street, the Museum of World Musical and Cultura, the Xinyifang Intangible Cultural Heritage Cheongsam Art Space, and the EX Future Technology Museum, to experience the charm and attractiveness of the industrial art and culture in this city. They show to the world, using the cameras in their hands, how the modern Dalian looks like in their eyes.

Seafood is the love of Dalian people, who are well-known for their lifestyle of eating seafood. Now the fishing ban has ended, the seafood market has come back to normal, hustling and bustling. Hardy, the travel Vlogger from Pakistan, shared in front of the camera, "When you come to Dalian, you gotta enjoy the seafood here! There are so many categories, and it's not expensive at all. Most importantly, it is extremely fresh and tasty." He tore the swimming crab in his hands and enjoyed it as he spoke.

Sea stars, sea urchins, squids, swimming crabs…These overseas travel Vloggers all agree that "Seafood in Dalian is a real thing!". Through intriguing livestreaming at the seafood stalls on the pier, they have promoted "fresh Dalian" to their followers all around the world.


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