Tianjin Holidays

TIANJIN is a metropolis located near the coast outside of Beijing. The city had colonial concessions in the 19th century and still has some remnants of French and German architecture juxtaposed with the concrete and glass monoliths of wealthy contemporary China. Tianjin is one of the five national central cities. It is under direct administration ... Read more
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London

This is a great city. Like Beijing a national city with a long history, boasting of the oldest university in China and a significant imperial past. The bridges and rivers are beautiful. It's cheaper than Beijing but less accessible by public transport despite a high speed rail link between the two.

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Beijing

I was told that Tianjin wasn't worth a more than a day trip from Beijing. I disagree! I really liked this small city. This place has breweries, bars, cafe's, and culture. I enjoyed my three days there, and there is also a way to access the great wall ! I wouldn't cross it off your list, just add it on to the end of your Beijing trip.

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I love Tianjin but I've lived here for six months now. It's a great place to live but there isn't a lot going on if you want to make a week trip of it. You are better off going to Beijing.

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Klang

Tianjin people is more friendly and simple. 10 years ago most of them are cycling to work, but now many have their own car. They do have famous food like 'Gou Bu-li Bao-zi' and 'HuaJuan' biscuits. Never and less pay a visit to food Street, Fashion Street and Ancient cultural Street.

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SNOW POLO:

Surprise, surprise... Who would have guessed a bastardized version of a traditional game associated with the world's wealthy, international elite would be now be played in destinations as far flung as China? In 1985, the first snow polo match made it from dinner table imagination to polo field reality in front of a small crowd on the frozen surface of Lake St. Moritz, Switzerland. Since then this unusual take on an equestrian tradition has shot to unexpected popularity in a variety of locations from Europe to the U.S., with the most recent fan base coming out of Asia. Noted for the increased speed of the game that comes from playing on a smaller field of compacted snow or a frozen lake (half the size of a normal field), horses are shod with special cleated shoes and the ball is larger and brighter to ensure visibility by the VIP crowds who enjoy the more intimate experience and posh setting this new take on the noble sport provides. An annual Snow Polo World Cup (launched in 2011) now occurs each winter (this year's in Tianjin, China in January). Visit www.snowpoloworldcup.com to learn more!

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Singapore

A traditional Chinese Muslim cake shop in China.

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Beijing, China

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One of my dream university.

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My second home,with my love,our day!

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good city

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