We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
In the evening, people dance, play music and exercise around the park. The fountains play with a light and music show for about 10 minutes each evening (but it's hard to know the time for certain, as changes to the schedule such as during public...More
Singing and dancing groups. Roller-skaters are one of the high lights. It is a very busy place in Tianjin in the evening. Shopping mall with fine restaurants, concert hall and hotels all around the square.
The Tianjin Yinhe Square is a wide area surrounded by museums and malls. What impresses me is the urban planning done to make the whole place look pleasing for the eye. A great place to hang around after you visited the museums.
My bother invited me to tour the face-lifted Yinhe Square, which he was truly proud of. The old, segmented concrete area has been replaced with a library, a shopping center, an art gallery, and a museum, embellished with lakes, trails, flowerbeds and well-trimmed grass. This...More
not so many people buying/shopping, especially in this one. Like all other Chinese shopping malls, there are more people in the dining floor than in the shops. When can China stop this resource-wasting spree on building up shopping malls where 90% of shops staying 90%...More
Like many cities in China, Tianjin has been investing a lot of money on its cultural facilities. This square features a new museum, library, theatre/concert hall, and art gallery, with a massive shopping centre on one side and an upgraded home for the Natural History...More
In Yinhe Park citizens of Tianjin gather for square dancing to either traditional Chinese hymns or Western techno, to do roller skating or simply hang out. The park shows what Chinese landscape architects are capable of if given the possibility, and have created an outdoor...More