Suining, Sichuan Province, China

🇨🇳 Suining (simplified Chinese: 遂宁; traditional Chinese: 遂寧) is a prefecture-level city of eastern Sichuan province in Southwest China. Suining has at least one natural gas plant. Suining is located in the centre of the Sichuan Basin and on the central reaches of the Fu River, bordering Chongqing, Guang'an and Nanchong to the east, Neijiang and Ziyang to the south, the provincial capital of Chengdu to the west, and Deyang and Mianyang to the north. Suining is a booming city with a wide range of roles, not just limit to the Excellent Tourism City of China, but also include the Finance and Ecological City of China, the National Landscape City, the National Hygiene City, and the Global Green City. Suining is the junction for the Dazhou–Chengdu and Suining–Chongqing Railways, which collective form the westernmost section of the Shanghai–Wuhan–Chengdu High-Speed Railway.

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Suining has a population of over 658,798 people. Suining also forms the centre of the wider Suining metropolitan area which has a population of over 3,252,551 people.

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