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  • Tianjin has gone through many historical changes, and it's fun to explore and imagine what the city was like in bygone days. The Ancient Culture Street is of course touristy, but does feature buildings built in the ancient Tianjin style. A similar blend of history and kitsch abounds at the Antique Market, where calligraphy is sold alongside Mao memorabilia. Or take a walking or biking (if you dare) tour of British and French architecture, dating back to the city's days as a foreign concession. Not surprisingly, given Tianjin's history as an important port city, much of the most impressive architecture is around the port area. Residences built in European styles remain as well as government buildings, most notably in the Wudadao neighborhood. Another interesting piece of history is the preserved schoolhouse desk and books of Zhou Enlai, first premier of the PRC. Imagine what school was like here for Chinese students decades ago. And like many places in China, there are some incredible historical sights to be seen (if they haven't been torn down or paved over yet!). In Tianjin, most impressive are the nearby tombs of the Qing dynasty and of course the Great Wall. The section of the Great Wall near Tianjin actually contains one of the most important and impressive passes through the wall in all of China. If you're heading out of town to see the Wall or Tombs, don't miss an equally impressive natural attraction, Mount Pan. From the peak you can see the Wall, and a stupa (religious shrine) at the top is said to contain one of the Buddha's teeth. As an important Buddhist site, dozens of temples surround the mountain. There are several Buddhist sites in the city, too, such as the Monastery of Deep Compassion. As the city's most important temple, you can visit the huge Buddha statue and golden Guanyin statue - and stock up on prayer matts and miniature statues outside in the Buddhist market.

    Tianjin Water Park




    Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium

    Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium

    Water Drop... read more

    Food Street

    Chengxiang Dong Road

    A Restaurant Smorgasbord... read more

    Shuishang Park

    Shuishang Park Road

    People, ponds and pavilions... read more

    Central Park

    Yingkou Avenue

    Amidst Nature... read more

    Dagu Fort

    Tanggu Development Zone

    This Old Fort... read more

    Notre Dame des Victories

    Shizilin Dajie

    An Unintended Monument to Resiliency... read more


    108 Nanjing Road

    Massive Shopping Center... read more

    Yicoo Creative Zone

    11 Xiang Tan Rd
    Opposite Xigu Hospital

    Independent Creative Space... read more

    Seaside Amusement Park

    Haifiang Road

    Fun Along the Gulf... read more

    Yangliuqing Golf Club

    Yijing Road, Xiqing area
    Yangliuqing town, 15 km West of Tianjin

    Test Your Golf Skills... read more

    Catholic Church (Xikai Church)

    Dushan Road

    Boisterous Architecture... read more

    Solitary Joy Temple (Dule Temple)

    Wuding Street,
    Jixian County, North of Tianjin

    Mind Numbing in Scope Grandeur... read more

    Fenglong Bowling

    138 Dong Ma Road

    Strikes, Spares and Misses... read more

    Great Wall at Huangyaguan Pass

    105 miles north of Tianjin

    Bring Extra Camera Batteries... read more

    Beining Park

    Yuhong Road

    Resembles an Unframed Monet Painting... read more

    Memorial Hall of the Beiping-Tianjin Campaign

    Pingjin Road
    On the Ziya River

    A Permanent Victory Celebration... read more

    Nirenzhang Clay Figurine Store

    97 Ancient Culture Street

    Authentic to the Very Core... read more

    Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium

    30km away from the Tianjin Binhai International Airpor

    Water Drop... read more
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