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Tianjin Binhai International Airportis an international airport in the Dongli District of Tianjin City. Located about 13 kilometers from the city center and 30 kilometers from Tianjin New Port, the airpot serves Tianjin and its surrounding areas. The other airport nearest to Tianjin is the Beijing Capital International Airport which is about 120 km away from Tianjin and conveniently accessible by bullet train. Another airport, the Beijing Daxing International Airport currently under construction, will also soon serve travellers to Tianjin.

Tianjin Binhai International Airportis the hub airport for Tianjin Airlines and the privately owned Okay Airways, as well as a focus city for Air China.

The airport is conveniently accessible by public transport. Metered taxis and city buses are readily available at the terminal for transport into city centre. There are also airport shuttle bus services operating four routes  which can bring you to and from various destinations in Tianjin. Long distance buses to Beijing are also available at the airport terminal. The most convenient way to travel out of Tianjin Binhai International Airportis by rail. The Binhaiguojijichang metro station at the end of Line 2 of the Tianjin Metro is located at the airport. Travel time to the city by metro is approximately 20 minutes.

With its proximity to the capital, Beijing and its strategic coastal location, Tianjin has always been an important transport hub and gateway to the northern China province. Through the centuries, the municipality of Tianjin has always been a bustling hive of commercial activity and a magnet for international trade. Today the city maintains its dominance in the economic development of the region with its airports and large harbor for both commercial vessels and cruise liners. Having a large and well-developed urban area and diverse cultural attractions have consistently made Tianjin attractive to business travellers and tourists alike.

Getting around the city is easy as Tianjin is well-served by an extensive bus, tram and rail network with routes serving most areas of the city and the surrounding towns. In 1906, Tianjin was the first city to have its own city-wide tram system in China. Trams continue to operate in the city area in a modernized tram network called TEDA. The Tianjin Metro operates this tram network as well as the city’s two subway lines. Taxis can also be easily found in the city. Be sure to take a metered taxi from the many taxi ranks in the city centre. Another convenient way of getting around Tianjin is to rent a car with driver for the whole day.

This tourist-friendly urban haven offers a diverse range of interesting attractions to suit all interests. In the downtown area, historic district and along the rivers, many points of interest are easily reached on foot. Here are some of the must visit attractions --

Tianjin Eye

This 120-metre tall giant Ferris wheel is built above the Yongle Bridge which straddles the Hai River. It is a good place to start your tour and have an amazing 360º of the entire city. A round-trip on the Tianjin Eye takes 40 minutes.

Dabei Monastery

First built in the Ming Dynasty, the Dabei Monastery is the largest and oldest monastery in Tianjin. The temple features many ancient statues including 7-meters high Sakyamuni Statue, the 3.6-meters-high-mud-statue of Thousand-hand Kwan-yin, hundreds of Buddha statues and other interesting relics. The Dabei Monastery is also popular for its vegetarian food. Definitely a must-visit in Tianjin.

Huangya Pass

Another must-visit for visitors to Tianjin is the Huangya Pass. Also known as Huangyaguan, this site is a small section of the Great Wall of China located approximately 126km north of Tianjin city centre. Huangya Pass was built in the Northern Qi Dynasty over 1400 years ago. More than 3km of fully restored section of the wall includes 20 water towers and a water pass. A trip to Huangyaguan should not be missed.

With so many historical relics and iconic architecture, its is no wonder that Tianjin is increasingly becoming one of the travel destinations in China. The best time to visit would be in spring and autumn when the weather is pleasant for sightseeing. Explore the many diverse wonders of this seaside metropolis. Plan your trip now and find the best flight for you by searching for promo fares to Tianjin Binhai International Airportin Tianjin, China on Skyscanner Singapore.

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