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Top 10 attractions in Harbin, China

2013-12-26 15:30:17



NO.4 Harbin Ice and Snow World(哈尔滨冰雪大世界)

Established in 1999, the Harbin Ice and Snow World is by far the largest ice and snow art exhibition and amusement park in the world, conveying the unique charm of both ice and snow culture and tourism. It usually opens in late December or early January and lasts around three months, along with the Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival.

The ice carvings here are regarded some of the world's finest examples of frozen art, where visitors are able to admire some of the largest and most majestic ice-sculpted masterpieces to be found anywhere. It is also a center for various forms of entertainment, such as ice rock-climbing, skating, skiing, sliding, snow fights, ice golfing and ice archery. Special performances based on the festival's theme are put on throughout the event.

Admission:Adult: 300 yuan (US$49.01)/person; Kids: 160 yuan (US$26.14)/person

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