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Five Great Avenues

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Private Round Trip Transfer Service to Huangyaguan Great Wall
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Private Round Trip Transfer Service to Huangyaguan Great Wall

This is a private transport service. Your driver will come to your hotel pick you up in the morning to the famous Huangyaguan Great Wall. Your driver will also assist you with entrance ticket purchasing. After your Great Wall Tour, you will be transfer back to your hotel or airport. This is a No Shopping tour, and you can 100% enjoy your hiking time on the Great Wall.
$118.00 per adult
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Traveller_Oldie wrote a review Jun 2020
East London, South Africa238 contributions38 helpful votes
Great historical area with many different houses and styles. Most old houses now taken over by local families and not really maintained. Many bars and drinking spots. Vibrant place to visit in the evening. Take a ride on the horse-drawn carriage around the area.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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BrandonNg wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore164 contributions44 helpful votes
I would recommend anyone travelling to Tianjin city to set aside at least half a day to walkaround the old cultural area. Most of the buildings are Italian styled in the 1920s and have lots of history behind it. The Tianjin government has identified the area as a historical zone and you will be able to read about the area as you walk around. There is a large central area where most of the restaurants are located. There is even an underground mall where you can spend some time exploring. As the area is a tourist zone, most of the restaurants are priced accordingly. There are many food place that caters to the different budget travellers, you need to spend some time exploring.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Josephine Seah wrote a review Sep 2019
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam444 contributions35 helpful votes
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We went there twice. First time just glance thru and had a feel of it. 2nd time was more details. We visited 2 museums here. 1. 5th Avenue museum - just a small museum exhibits the old furnitures, pictures and household items extracted from the European buildings. It also has a small cafe set up like 1920s with old furniture. This museum collect a small fee with free tour. To me, this can be skipped. 2. There is another small museum upstairs from the main entrance. Take a lift to 1st floor. This museum exhibits famous Tianjin food (like Peking duck, wine making, vinegar ..), handicrafts (such as cheongsam making, guanine, hats making, opera accessories..) which were passed down from generations. Really interesting. It is free. Unfortunately both museums have no English explaination. We walked along the 5 Avenue to read the display that provide a brief details of the European buildings. Finally, relax ourselves at the Minyuan Stadium. Looking at children playing, people exercising ... really relaxing. To me it is a MUST if visited Tianjin. It is part of the history of Tianjin.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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normakk wrote a review Sep 2019
Brisbane, Australia309 contributions20 helpful votes
After eating lunch with friends, i walked around the Minyuan Stadium twice for exercise & visited three museums. The main museum above the information centre shows the history of Tianjin & Eric Liddell. Free - The Stone Museum has a collection of stones, paintings & sculptures depicting ancient traditional Chinese art in numerous forms. I was the only visitor at the time so it was serene & grounding due to the symbolism. Unfortunately one section was temporarily closed due to maintenance to the area. Free - Sports Museum shows the history of Minyuan Stadium, Eric Liddell, sports in China & the Olympic Games. All museums are excellent. I wish there were English for every Chinese description & that the nearly 100 yr old newspaper articles were better preserved or copied for eternity. They are extremely fragile. In all museums & the information office, the non English speaking staff were very helpful and friendly. I discovered the two latter museums by accident. All three are excellent.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Oleg Gerasimchuk wrote a review Aug 2019
Seoul, South Korea594 contributions81 helpful votes
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Very good if you are interested in old style architecture from XIX century. Good leisure time, not many restaurants though. Many things to see.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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