Nankai District is an urban area full of vitality, characterised by its commercial, technical and cultural activities. Well-designed infrastructure makes getting around a breeze, and landmark attractions such as
the Ao Cheng entertainment area and Tianjin Water Park
are within walking distance.
EAT & DRINK
MAISON FLO (20-min drive)
Modelled after the style and ambience of a traditional French Brasserie, Maison Flo offers authentic French cuisine, with great service and atmosphere..
ATTRACTIONS & ACTIVITIES
TIANJIN ART MUSEUM (9-min drive)
Located along the lakeside promenade, the Art Museum enhances Tianjin’s cultural district and completes the 90-hectare development area, along with a library, an opera house and another new museum designed by various architects.
TIANJIN MUSEUM (10-min drive)
Tianjin Museum is the largest museum in Tianjin, China, exhibiting a range of cultural and historical relics significant to Tianjin. The unique architectural style of the museum, whose appearance resembles that of a swan spreading its wings, has meant that it is quickly becoming one of the city's iconic buildings.
TIANJIN ZOO (10-min drive)
Housing approximately 3,000 animals of 200 species, Tianjin Zoo is a place for the whole family to enjoy.
‘JING WEI DETERMINES TO FILL UP THE SEA’ OIL PAINTING
The story behind the painting, and one that is close to the hearts of many in Tianjin.
At the entrance of Tianjin Railway Station, and this Michelangelo-inspired painting greets you. Completed in 1988, this art piece possesses a strong resemblance to the renowned dome work Genesis in the Sistine Chapel in Rome. Jingwei is the name of the bird that was transformed from Yandi's daughter. It was revealed that Jingwei was Emperor Yan's favourite daughter, and her original name was Nui Wa. She was playing at the East Sea one day, and she perished when an unexpected storm struck. She was then given the moniker Jingwei Bird (also known as ‘bird of injustice’) after she died and transformed into a bird. The bird has a white beak, red feet, and a design on its head.
A "Do You Know?" moment. Experience the destination like a local.
BEYOND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
Also known as the eye, the Tianjin Binhai Library is part of the Binhai Cultural Center with over 1 million books. Visitors can marvel at the sci-fi-like architecture of the library while relaxing with book in hand.
The Dagukou Fort Ruins is located at the mouth of the Haihe River and is based on the Dagukou Fort built in the Ming Dynasty. The museum is divided into several parts, such as the Preface Hall, Gyeonggi Port, Sakaguchi Yuki, and the National Gate Depression. There are also 3D cinemas and temporary exhibition halls.
HAIHE CULTURE SQUARE
Being best visited at night, the Haihe Culture Square offers a beautiful view due to its unique mix of old and new buildings.