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Don’t make the most common mistake and think the cruise terminal is close to Beijing , it’s not. The major city is Tianjin and if you are flying international your airport is Tianjin not Beijing. It has flight from AUS and US as well as...More
We are visiting China as part of the Celebrity Cruise itinerary and needed to get to Beijing city. We decided on a taxi from the cruise terminal to Tiānjīn rail station and then a bullet train to Beijing South. You will be greeted at the...More
We came in on a Sunday and it was a ghost town except for the security & customs officers. They we quite slow in processing visas. The whole area around the cruise port for miles is either planned for the future or for show what...More
Tianjin is the cruise port for Beijing, however, it is hours away from Beijing. Strongly advise to pre-book an independent tour before arrival. The highway from Tianjin to Beijing is busy & can be problematic for traffic accident, so allow plenty of time.
My wife and I got off the Ovation and despite thousands of people, my gratitude goes to the wonderful people of China working there. Excellent port, clean and efficient ..Very easy to find tour buses. Don't forget to get a Chinese Visa, even if only...More
We were waiting in line to board our cruise ship . The line is so packed and jammed with people that someone is going to get hurt . The elderly are subjected to this horrendous packed line of people . Parents are forced to hold...More
This is the third time that a cruise ship I'm on has stopped at the Tianjin cruise port. The terminal is fairly new, about 3 years old. While it is large and rather nice looking, the fully stocked shops (convenience store, post office, souvenir shop,...More
We recently joined a Princess Cruise at this Cruise Port and the port facility itself is very good. The arrangements to join the ship were excellent and we were quickly processed by Princess cruises and boarded the ship in very quick time. The port facility...More
excellent port facility. difficult to exchange money as there is not enough places to do so.only two booths open and one atm. big lines. easy in and out but english signage is not up to par. the port has a nice architectural design and it...More
What I know about this rule is that you will have up to 72 hours to leave the country after you arrive legally in to the country. Assuming you did not have applied for a visa for a stay longer than that time frame. The... More
What I know about this rule is that you will have up to 72 hours to leave the country after you arrive legally in to the country. Assuming you did not have applied for a visa for a stay longer than that time frame. The answer Armando posted, in my opinion, is the best advice. I concur with him. Check and re-check with the Chinese Consulate to be sure and have a good trip!
I am looking into this as well. We are going on the Sapphire Princess on April 8.When are you going? I think there is a bus going from the Sunworld hotel to the port on that day. Trying to get details and booking info... More
I am looking into this as well. We are going on the Sapphire Princess on April 8.When are you going? I think there is a bus going from the Sunworld hotel to the port on that day. Trying to get details and booking info. About 70 USD.