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The riverside walk across from North Korea is a pleasant stroll with no cars or scooters to watch out for! We were there on a rainy July afternoon, so not too crowded. Views across the river are great.
This river promenade actually goes a long way as I noticed during my car ride along the coast to the Tiger Mountain Great Wall. There are many trees typical of this region. Worth taking a relaxing stroll here and go as far as time permits.
Yalu River Park on Sunday morning was packed with mostly domestic tourists looking for a glimpse of the isolated nation across the Yalu River taking photos in 1970’s era hanbok (traditional Korean clothes) while the locals were just enjoying themselves flying kites and out for...More
This park is on the Dandong, China side of the border with North Korea (DPRK). You can see North Korea from here. There's also a nice walking path and a boardwalk. You can take river boat tours from here. There's a railroad bridge and what...More
You can walk along the riverfront and look to the other side of North Korea, not much to see at the day time and completely black out at evening. There is restaurant roll cross the street, you can have anything that fly, swim, crawl or...More
After being in DPRK it felt so different going back to Dandong where it was business as usual in the busy Chinese city. The Yalu River Park is a pleasant part of the waterfront with a great view of the DPRK across the river, there...More
The visit to Dandong and the view of North Korea has been on my agenda as an essential for a visit to North East China. The Park is the riverside walk either side of the famous bridges which connect to the DPRK, or not as...More