Tianjin

Tianjin, called “Jin” for short, lies in the northeast of the North China Plain and has a population of more than 9 million people. The historical changes it has undergone in the past 600 years have made Tianjin a unique city with a blend of ancient, modern Chinese and Western styles.

The city’s downtown area plays a lead role in its tourist attractions, supported by Tanggu and Jixian County. The Water Amusement Park, Heavenly Queen Palace, Dabei Buddhist Temple and Grand Mosque are some main attractions located downtown. While others are in the outskirts of the city, including Panshan Mountain, Dule Temple and White Pagoda.

Transportation and Travel Services

Tianjin

Useful Telephone Numbers and Websites

Tourist complaints in Tianjin: 0086-22-28359093 

Tianjin tourist information website: www.tjtour.cn (Chinese)

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