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Private Tour: Explore the City of Tianjin by Train from Beijing
"Your guide in Beijing will meet you at your hotel lobby and take you to Beijing South Railway Station for a high speed train to Tianjin.Upon arrival in Tianjin another guide will meet you at the train station. You will then take subway to visit the Porcelain House (exterior visit). The Porcelain House is a French-style building embellished with ceramics. The windows doors pillars eaves and roof are all exquisitely decorated with different china wares. Moreover you will find beautiful porcelain decorations on the handrails
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Private Day Tour: Discover Tianjin By Bullet Train From Beijing
"Your English-speaking tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in Beijing downtown area and then you will go to Beijing South Railway Station to take the Bullet Train to Tianjin (30 minutes only). Once arrive Tianjin Porcelain House (also known as China house) is the first place you will visit which is a contemporary museum of pottery and antiques. This French-style building is re-decorated by copious amounts of ancient porcelain (about 4000 pieces). There are more than 400 pieces of white Marble carvings 20 tons of crystal stone and carnelian 700 million plus of ancient porcelain pieces which all used to be collections of the building's owner
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Private Day Trip To Tianjin by High-Speed Bullet Train From Beijing With Dinner and Haihe River Cruise Inclusive
"Begin your day with a pickup from your central Beijing hotel lobby at approximately 12:30pm. Board the high-speed train and make the 30-minute journey to Tianjin. Upon your arrival a private van will pick you as well as your guide up from the station and transport you to the Jingyuan Garden. Observe the garden where Emperor Puyi and Empress Wan Rong lived. Continue to Wudadao also known as the Five Avenues to view over 300 sites of scenic buildings and famous people known as the Exposition of Neoteric Architectures. Next
From $178.00

More Things to Do in Tai'an

Dai Temple

Admission fee is 20 RMB, student price 10 RMB.Big temple complex with exhibits illustrating the history of Taishan (East Taoist peak).There're also Song-dynasty frescos in the main hall, you'll need...
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Apr 04, 2011

Tai Shan

Tai Shan (meaning Mount Tai) is one of the "Five Sacred Mountains" of Taoism. It is associated with sunrise, birth, and renewal, and is often regarded the foremost of the five. The temples on its...
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Jul 18, 2009

Daizong Archway

This archway is located to the north of the Dai Temple on the road that leads to Tai Shan. It was built during the Ming dynasty in 1568. In 1780, Ding Zaobao, an imperial envoy, rebuilt it by imperial...
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Jul 18, 2009

Dai Temple - Bronze Pavilion

Also called Jin Que, the bronze pavilion was cast in 1615. In the pavilion is enshrined a Taoist deity. It was originally located in the Bi Xia Temple on Tai Shan before being moved into the Ling Ying...
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Jul 18, 2009

Dai Temple - Hall of Heavenly Blessing

This hall is the main structure within the Dai Temple complex. It was built during the Song dynasty in 1009. In front of the hall there is a huge Ming Dynasty iron censer and two Song Dynasty pails....
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Jul 18, 2009

Dai Temple - Stele

The Dai Temple is also famed as the forest of stone tablets (stele). It houses many stone inscriptions of different periods in history with some dating from the Han Dynasty (202 BC - 220 AD). The most...
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Jul 18, 2009
 
 
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Dai Temple - Han Interlocked Cypress

This sprawling cypress tree is said to have been planted by Emperor Liu Che during the Han dynasty (202 BC - 220 AD). Emperor Qianlong of the Qing dynasty in 1771 once visited the tree and put a stone...
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Jul 18, 2009

Daimiao Fang

This wonderful archway lies to the south of the Dait Temple and is decorated with 4 pairs of lions, dragons & phoenix motifs. Built in 1672, the archway is about 12 meters (39 feet) high and 10...
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Jul 18, 2009

Dai Temple

Situated in the middle of the city centre, this temple is one of the largest and most famous Taoist temples in China due to its proximity to Tai Shan - one of the five most sacred Taoist mountains in...
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Jul 18, 2009

Yaocan Pavilion

Also called Caocanmen or Caocan Pavilion, the Yaocan Pavilion is located outside the South Gate of the Dai Temple. In front of the pavilion is an archway, iron lions, a flag pole and the Double Dragon...
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Dai Temple - Iron tower

The iron tower was cast in 1565 and originally had 13 tiers. During the Anti-Japanese War (1937-1945), it was destroyed and only four tiers remain.
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Jul 18, 2009

Dai Temple - Scripture Pillar

This once octagonal stone pillar is 6.4 metres in height and was built between the Tang and Song dynasties.
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Jul 18, 2009

Dai Temple - Wall & Gates

The Dai Temple complex is about 405 metres (1,329 feet) long from south to north and 237 metres (778 feet) wide from east to west. It is surrounded by a large wall which has some impressive gates. ...
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Top Hotels in Tai'an

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No.16 Ying Sheng East Road, Shangdong Province, Tai'an, Shandong, 271000, China
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No.137 Huanshan Road, Tai'an, Shandong, 271000, China
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Yingsheng Middle Road, Tai'an, Shandong, 271000, China
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Taishan Square, Tai'an, Shandong, 271000, China
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No.16 Qingnian Road, Tai'an, Shandong, 271000, China
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No.1 Shizheng East Road,West Section of Leigushi Main Street, Shizhen Square, Tai'an, Shandong, 2710
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"Gate to Taishan; Home to Jiang Qing (Mao's wife)"
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"Steep stairs to Taishan"
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"Tai'an - Start of the climb up Tai Shan"
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"Tai Shan- a journey to the heavens"
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