Deetreethis was worth the trip. the saddest part though is the wolves sanctuary. the parents were separated from their babies by glass 😞😞. and the polar bear was lonely 😔. the shows gave me mixed emotions. the animals were great though.
_We***27There are too many people, there are many people, I have to go after, I have to punch in the off-season in June, the scenery is great, safe and reliable. Overall, the scenery is great, √ worth taking a photo, and now I can make an appointment directly to the park. Trip.com tickets are fast, convenient and cheap. Just go in and brush your face, it is great and powerful.
arshyb1I was a little hesitant at first to visit this place, but I’m really happy that I did! it was really nice. the tigers are beautiful. they come up to the van and you can feed them, but the meat to feed them is an extra ¥120 or so. I didn’t experience that part. it was well worth the visit!
vicclouu80rmb return, 50rmb one way, I just took it back into the city, fairly convenient, too polluted to see anything spectacular on the day I went. The river was frozen over, you can take a walk on it
E23***77A gorgeous place, a very beautiful design, really, you feel like in the kingdom of Poseidon. Great slides, wonderful water rides. The only remark is, if you weigh more than 90 kg, you are unlikely to ride individual slides.
The Harbin Ice & Snow World is one of the largest ice festivals in the world.
it takes place from end of December until February (weather permitting).
The local farmers from the area turn into architects during the winter to put on this amazing show for the world to see! Each year, the architectures are different to go with the theme so it is definitely worth a visit!
As many people visit Harbin, only during the winter because of its famous ice sculpture festival. I would say it's a tourist destination that should be in your list all around the year. As there are still lot of other things to do, other than the festival and skiing. Here's what you can do in Harbin,
First of all, this city even though in China looks completely russian in most of the sense. There are sign boards in three languages ( including russian), the buildings & their architecture, the food, the very famous russian doll & chocolates. So if at all you like to have a sneak peek of what a Russian city would like, then here's the place for you. You can embark on a leisurely tour of Sofia cathedral and the 小吃 street around it; for a day. It's in the downtown and so there are lot of hotels that you can choose to stay at. Also don't forget to book the ticket online before going to the cathedral. Unfortunately, we couldn't get to the Church as it was full.
The next day you can walk in the majestic 松花江 bridge, that's again designed and built by Russia-China collaboration. It's really worth it, to walk the entire stretch that history reminds itself. Also do visit the train market nearby this bridge; not the one like in vietnam haha. It's a model one, but as the replica of 1900s train, the coal one.
And another day, go to visit the big cats living in one of the coldest places on Earth. The Siberian tiger is also comparatively bigger than it's Asian/African counterparts. It's nearly 7 ft long, and can take down any animal with a single blow. When we were there, we just had it watched hunting a live chicken 😜 but that's all you can see in a zoo.
#qingmingtravel #urbanexplorer #东北旅游 #siberiantiger
Situated near to the famous Sofia cathedral in Harbin, this 东北 (North East) cuisine was really too much for two of us. Also one thing we noticed in every 东北 restaurant, during our expedition is they're super cheap & super large amount of quantity. But also, the quality is quite great; it's a mixture of tanginess, sweet, spicy and many more. Overall I would say, it's not just this restaurant but the whole of 东北 cuisine so yummy. If you're in China, go & feast in any of the东北 cities like Shandong or Harbin. #tripfoodie #chinesecuisine #tripfoodieharbin
Getting There - Once in Harbin, you can easily get a Didi or taxi to the location.
The St Sophia Catherdral is an iconic landmark in Harbin that dates back to when Harbin was under Russian influence. It’s definitely a must see. In spring it is surrounded by beautiful cherry blossoms and in Winter it transforms into a magical sight!
#harbin is best city in north china.
Having winter festive
Peace square beach#in qiqihar,China, the place where Angel birds are flying...
Harbin before the snow#harbin#awesomepic#2019firsttravelpic#newadventure
checked luggage at a very art Deco Haerbin Train Station.
I feel like in Harry Potter's movie..
Enjoying snowboarding sport @yabuli,
it's sub zero temperature but the feeling is ecstatic due to warmth during rolling down the really nice mountain slopes. great place for winter sport!!
it's very apt to be called nature's oxygen bar!!