Family Weekend Spa Package
With swimming lessons included for children and a 90-minute spa session for parents, this package ensures the weekend is beautifully replete with fruitful activity to please every generation.
Fishing Village Tour
Step into an authentic Tianjin fishing village or the opportunity to experience life as a fisherman for a day, and enjoy the best of the region's freshest seafood.
Climb up Mount Pan, standing 858 metres above sea level and named one of China's Top 15 Famous Scenic Spots. Breathe in the fresh mountain air at the top of this lush mountain.
This tour is a personalised journey for the family and is accompanied with a Banyan Host. With two hours to walk around the hotel, families will relish the opportunity to admire European-style villas, ancient temples and beautiful churches.
Listen to the traditional Art of Comic "Xiang Sheng". Brew a pot of tea and experience Tianjin humour at its finest.
Great Wall Exploration
Touch part of China's legendary Great Wall in Tianjin. The Huangyaguan Great Wall is a 42-kilometre stretch set atop a mountain ridge and built during the Beiqi Dynasty in the sixth century. It was expanded during the Ming Dynasty and stands mighty today to welcome travellers from the world over.
Jintang Bridge Tour
A mere three minute stroll from the resort gates, Jintang Bridge was built in 1906, during the Qing Dynasty. Commissioned by Emperor Guangxu, this bridge is a cultural stalwart of Tianjin history; it marks the freedom granted to Tianjin by the People's Liberation Army during the Battle of Beiping-Tianjin.
Travel Through Little Italy
At the south end of Hebei District lies Asia's largest and best-preserved Italian-influenced building complex. Known as the Italian Concession, the European-molded architecture area spreads across a staggering 100,000 square metres.
Cultural Street Tour
Explore Tianjin's colourful sights and sounds. Tianjin is known for its Qing Dysnasty-influenced architecture, and some of its best surviving examples stand proudly along Ancient Cultural Street.