Tianjin Travel Reviews

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Apr 30, 2012 23:21

The title just about says it all ...
No maps, no information desks, nothing in other than Chinese script ...
This is a developing area into which MANY foreign visitors will come, both professional and tourist, and the lack of any central information facilityat the station is a very ... Details

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May 26, 2011 23:41

Its my passion to travel around the world. Most of my colligue managed to developed a great job and high position in their career. Some have a superb car and huge house. I chose to be a Great Traveller! After a couples of years explored Asian countries, this is the right time for me to discover ... Details

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Mar 10, 2011 02:43

Have been to Beijing several times, but never set foot on Tianjin, which is so close and could be reached in about 30 minutes by bullet trains. So this time, I leave one day free purposely for Tianjin when I made a business trip to Beijing. Compared with other three municipalities, Tianjin doesn’t ... Details

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Mar 6, 2010 03:23

Located so close to each other, Tianjin keeps a totally different profile from Beijing. Beijing should be a must for travelers in China as well as an ideal city for young people seeking for good jobs. To be opposite, Tianjin is a much comfortable and leisurely city for living in. It always has some ... Details

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Mrs. LEE
Jan 30, 2010 03:02

I have studied in Beijing for about 2 years and visited lots of places there. Beijing is notable in most westerners' eyes, yet Tianjin was also one that can offer you something to explore. In my imagination, Tianjin was a beautiful coastal city. As an ancient city with thousands of year's ... Details

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Jan 29, 2007 21:01

We were faced with the kind of dilemma that die-hard travelers are loathe to accept: a long weekend break from work and no place to go.

The especially challenging thing about the long-weekend-from-work when you live in the northern climes is that in the dead of winter, anywhere warm is too far ... Details

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Dec 12, 2006 08:12

Groggy and caffeine-deprived and bobbing around on the bus, I didn’t know until we had arrived that we were destined for Jiu Long Shan—Nine Dragon Mountain. Once I heard the name, I perked up immediately.

It was my second sojourn into Ji Xian, Tianjin’s North County, a sprawling ... Details

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Dec 2, 2006 20:12

Sandwiched between two of China’s largest cities, over 200 square kilometers of ancient natural beauty stretch unobscured to the heavens. There’s no competing with skyscrapers around here as the mountains corrugate to the horizon, though these hills, due to light pollution, must be missing ... Details

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Oct 12, 2006 06:10

Rita Li was about the loveliest traveler I'd ever met, and when I had the chance to spend the weekend with her on the road, I didn't hesitate for a moment. Her plan had been to travel from Dalian to Qingdao to climb Lao Shan, a famous mountain on Qingdao's coast – but we still had the job of returning ... Details

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Mar 17, 2006 01:03

It's late evening, the sun's about to set and Tianjin's central pedestrian mall, Binjiang Dao, is crawling with people like a nest of ants. Folk on the street are chattering with excitement or bartering furiously with stubborn merchants; pop music barking from storefront loudspeakers mix melodies with ... Details

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