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Beijing Cruise (Tianjin), China:  The sixth largest ancient city in the People's Republic of China, Tianjin is the home of the respected Beijing opera and the Monastery of Deep Compassion, a  eading Buddhist shrine. The city has also served as the center of China’s political and social fabric for more than 3,000 years and is one of the most popular tourist destination sin the world. From the great wall of China to modern art and fashionable malls, there’s so much to discover on a Beijing cruise.  And don't miss the Tianjin Eye while in port. It's a 390-foot tall Ferris wheel built right above the Yongle Bridge. You can also hunt for silverware, porcelain, clocks and memorabilia in the Antique Market and visit the iconic Tianjin Museum, whose architecture mimics the shape of a swan spreading its wings.

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Water Cube Water Park

After the 2008 Olympic Games ended, the nebulous Water Cube building was transformed into the Water Cube Water Park, the largest indoor water park in Asia. Bring your bathing suit for a wet and wild afternoon in the iconic building, which now features rides, slides, a wave pool—and loads of Chinese families escaping whatever weather lies just outside.

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