Tianjin Cruise Port
Tianjin International Cruise Home Port (Tianjin Cruise Port for short) began operations in June, 2010. It is the first home port in Northern China, and the largest home port in East Asia. The port is located at the south of Dongjiang Port of Tian jin Port, adjoining China’s largest free trade zone – Dongjiang Free Trade Zone.
The port will cover an area of 1.2 million square meters with 6 berths when finished. Currently, only the first phrase is finished with 0.7 million square meters. The port can house two large cruise ships at the same time. It can accommodate 0.5 million passengers each year. The water in the port is about 11.5 meters deep, which is capable of holding the world’s largest cruise ship.
Port Address: Tianjin International Cruise Home Port, South End of Asia Road, Dongjiang Bonded Port Area, Tianjin, North China (中国天津市东疆保税港区亚洲路1号(最南端)天津国际油轮母港)
Tel: 022-2570 5871
Cruise ships using the port
- Sapphire Princess
- Oceania Cruises (Nautica, Insignia)
- Celebrity Millennium
- Azamara Journey
- Regent Seven Seas Voyager
- Voyager of the Seas
Not the Tianjin Xingang Port Passenger Terminal
Make sure you know that the Tianjin International Cruise Home Port is not the Tinjin Xingang Port Passenger Terminal (Location: 35 Xingang Road No 2, Tanggu, Tianjin 300456, China). These two ports are about 25 kilometers (16 miles) away from each other.
Tianjin Xingang Port Passenger Terminal now mainly serves as a domestic cruise terminal, but it may receive international cruise ships during high travel season, so make sure you know which port will be used by your cruise ship.
Distances and Taxi Prices to/from Tianjin International Home Port
|To/From||Distances (miles)||Approximate Taxi Fares|
|Tanggu Station/ Port||22||50 yuan|
|Tianjin City Center/ Port||38||130yuan|
|Tianjin Station/ Port||32||150 yuan|
|Beijing City Center/ Port||106||800-1000 yuan|
|Beijing International Airport/ Port||150||1200 – 1500 yuan|
Tianjin Cruise Port to Beijing Transfer
There are no direct transportations between the port and Tianjin city and Beijing. The best way to go from the port to these places is to book a transfer service. We offer private transfer from the port to Beijing and Beijing Capital International Airport. If you want share costs with others, you can also choose our Tianjin Cruise Port to Beijing coach transfer Only $49 per Person. The tour guide on the bus will introduce Beijing to you and give you some tips about travelling Beijing and China.
If you prefer to go from the port to Tianjin or Beijing on your own. Read our Tianjin Cruise Port transportation guide
The cruise port is very close to Beijing, leass than one hour's journey by inter-city bullet train. Most travelers skip Tianjin, where the cruise port is located, and go directly to Beijing, as there is very little to see in Tianjin. For a 3-5 day excursions to Beijing, you can cover most of the highlights in Beijing including the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City, and Summer Palace and the post-Olympic grandeur of the city. There are many local travel companies provide excursions in various price. The tour quality is naturally varied. We provide Tianjin cruise shore excursions with quality guaranteed, no shopping and no hidden cost.
Frequently Asked Questions on Tianjin Port Transfers & Sighseeing
Q: How and where can I find my guide on the port?
A: Your guide will be waiting for you at the exit of the Port Cruise Terminal or airport arrival hall holding a name board. We will also tell you the name and contact information of your guide a week in advance. (There are two exits in Tianjin Cruise Port. Exit 2 is in the middle of the hall for tour groups. Exit 3 is on the left of Exit 2 and is for individual travelers.)
If your arrival details are uncertain, you can contact your guide to confirm. You can also contact your travel advisor here who will contact the guide for you. We will always be available for you 24 hours a day.
Q: What kind of vehicle will you use?
A: We select from our range of comfortable vehicles to spaciously accommodate your group and luggage, from saloon cars, through people carriers, to coaches.