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All you need to know about Lianyungang

Lianyungang is a city in the Jiangsu region of China. The city borders Yancheng, Huai’an, Suqian and Xuzhou. Lianyungang is named after the nearby Lian Island and Yuntain Mountain and is translated as the Port Connecting the Clouds. The port is key to the local economy, with trade routes to Japan and South Korea. Lianyungang is fast becoming a rising centre of industry, tourism and foreign trade in China. Morevoer, the Tianwan Nucleur Power Plant in the city is one of the largest of its kind in the nation, with the nearby Donghai County responsible for manufacturing 80% of China’s crystal products.

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Lianyungang Baitabu Airport is the airport closest to the city, with Yancheng Nanyang, the largest airport in the region providing another arrival option. Both have buses, shuttles and taxis linking to the city.