Harbin Attractions & Sights
Top China Harbin travel attractions, tourist resorts, vacation spots, sightseeing parks for Harbin Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival, Ice Lantern & Sculpture, Siberian Tigers, Yabuli Ski Resort and more...
- The Harbin Mosque is located in the center of Daowai District; it was firstly built in year 1897. It is outstanding Islamic-style architecture with towering crescent on Mochizuki floor on top of each dome.
- As the birthplace of China's ice and snow sculpture art and the first of its kind in China, Harbin Sun Island International Snow Sculpture Art Expo is an important part of the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival as well as one of the hottest attractions of Harbin tour.
- A shining Harbin ice and snow Disneyland world of the fairy tales become city icon for Harbin Ice Festival. In 1999, Harbin city governers planed it as an new project to welcome the new millennium 2000.
- Harbin Polarland seats in Sun Island and is the first polar land themed park mixed with fish, sharks, dolphins animal shows, polar land sights and Harbin winter ice festival interactive experience.
- China's Snow Town, locally called Zhongguo Xuexiang in Chinese, is originally built as junior skifield in Shuangfeng Forest Farm where tourists can go on the forest skiing, hiking, snowmobiling, horse and dog sledding around beautiful Yangcaoshan Mountain.
- The Songhua River Ice and Snow Happy Valley is the newest theme park built and initially open to the public on January 5, 2011 for Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival. Covering an area of about 100,000 square meters, the park venue usually stretches over 150 meters on the river...
- When night falls in Harbin winter, the Zhaolin park is annually turn into a dreamlike ice lentern world of Harbin Ice Festival Chinese Lantern Art Fair Show. Stands by Songhua River, the Park was built in memory of the General Li Zhaolin.
- Annual Harbin Ice and Snow Festival is officially to launch on January 5 with grand opening ceremony. This top China Ice Snow Festival's celebration covers Chinese Spring Festival, Chinese Lantern Festival and winter activities lasts from December to February 28 next year.