Yingkou ferry port in China connects you with Incheon in Incheon with a choice of up to 2 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Yingkou to Incheon crossing is from 28 hours and the crossing is operated by Yingkou Ferry.
Yingkou is a prefecture resting on the west coast of China, located in the Liaoning Province and bordering the Bohai Sea. The port is used as the gateway to South Korea, with 28 hour crossings to Incheon on the north coast of the country.
The port of Yingkou is the tenth largest in the entirety of China, gradually establishing itself as one of the most pivotal and frequently used international ports in east Asia. Whilst such a dominant feature can typically dominate the town’s reputation, there is plenty to see and do in Yingkou; just a short walk up from the port and you’ll find Yueyawan Bathing Resort, a soothing environment surrounded by stunning scenery which is the perfect setting to while away the hours.
For an insight into the religious history of the town, Yingkou Lengyan Temple evidences the spiritual architecture synonymous with the region, adorned in a bright and vibrant colour formation. The whole town embodies a loving, free spirited state of generosity, and is the perfect place to escape the stresses of the modern world. After a day admiring the landscape, enjoy some quintessential Chinese cuisine at one of the fine restaurants.
The town is fairly small so can comfortable be covered by foot.
Bayuquan, Yingkou Shi, Liaoning Province, China
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