Tianjin Transport

Last updated by Melinda at 2013-11-3

Tianjin Binhai International Airport (ZBTJ) is located to the east of the urban area in Dongli District, which is 13 kilometers from the center of Tianjin City. It is one of the biggest modern international airports in China, accommodating more than 30 airlines.

The China International Airline Company's Tianjin ticket office is located at 113 Nanjing Road, Heping District, Tianjin. You can not only book tickets there, but also get free ticket delivery. There is a regular bus service from the ticket office to the airport, costing 10 RMB/person.

In addition, there is a regular bus line from Tianjin to Beijing Capital Airport, at a cost of 70 RMB/person. Between 07.00-1000 and 13.00-16.00 there are four regular buses leaving for Beijing.

Telephone Inquiries

Airport Inquiries Tel: 022-24901689

Inner City Ticket Office Inquiries Tel: 022-23301543、23301546

Tianjin Binhai International Airport (ZBTJ) Information Desk: 022-24901114

Tianjin Binhai International Airport (ZBTJ) Terminal Building Inquiries Tel: 022-24902929

Civil Aviation National Passenger Transport Ticket Office Tel: 022-23301543 

Civil Aviation International Passenger Transport Ticket Office Tel: 022-23393497 

Air China Ticket Office Tel: 022-23301543

Air China Ticket Office Inner City Branch Tel: 022-23126688

Airport Ticket Office Tel: 022-24901443

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posted by "david" at 2011-12-6 20:49:00

Totaly a Great Place for History Lovers! Highly recommend! You should at least spen 4hrs to walk all round this site.

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posted by "nachouen" at 2011-8-3 12:08:00

Don′t forget to visit it during one day at least

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posted by "Belchi" at 2011-6-3 0:56:00

Perfect for spending the hole day there. Avoid going on weekends, it's really crowded

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posted by "jimmyjing" at 2011-4-28 7:49:00

Boating on the Kunming Lake is highly recommended. It feels more tranquil and relaxed to stay away from crowds of tourists.

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posted by "Katlin" at 2010-11-10 9:25:00

A very picturesque imperial garden, well worth visiting. Now the Summer Palace is conveniently accessible by subway. Suggest you don’t visit during the peak season, too crowded. Not many scenic spots, but the 17-hole bridge is a must-see, and the stone carved lions are exquisite. The Tower of Buddhist Incense is also worth seeing.

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posted by "gunnar" at 2008-8-11 22:08:00

Even though the Summer Palace is one of the main tourist attractions in Beijing, it is so big that you can always find a quiet spot for yourself. The main sites are concentrated in the northern part of the large Kunming Lake, but it is possible to walk all around it, so to the south you can still get a peaceful walk. There are also many hidden away gardens on Longevity Hill. In the summer Kunming Lake is the largest open water is Beijing and is one of the most cooling places in the city (without an air conditioner). The Summer Palace is a nice place, do not miss it.

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posted by "Beijingexpat" at 2008-2-15 3:47:00

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