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The North International Youth Hostel

No.65 Dijie Street, Harbin,


Guest Score: 7.8 / 10

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0.16 km / 0.1 mi from Central Harbin


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Harbin Xilong Hotel Min An Branch

No.2 Minan Street., Harbin, Heilo


Guest Score: 0 / 10

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0.67 km / 0.42 mi from Central Harbin


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Harbin Xilong Hotel An Fa Bridge Branch

No.26, Anfa Street, Harbin, Heilo


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0.6 km / 0.37 mi from Central Harbin


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Bremen Hotel Harbin Train Station

No.24 Tielu Street, Harbin, Heilo


Guest Score: 4.8 / 10

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0.63 km / 0.39 mi from Central Harbin


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Harbin Tianlang Express Hotel

No. 140 Xinyang Road, Harbin,


Guest Score: 7.3 / 10

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0.65 km / 0.4 mi from Central Harbin


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Home Inn Harbin Central Avenue Xinyang Road Airport Shuttle Bus Terminal

No. 219 Xinyang Road Daoli District, Harbin,


Guest Score: 0 / 10

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0.89 km / 0.56 mi from Central Harbin


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Oak Hostel

No.8 Minan Street Daoli, Harbin,


Guest Score: 6.3 / 10

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0.76 km / 0.47 mi from Central Harbin


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7 Days Inn Harbin Xinyang Road Branch

No.219-2 Xinyang Road , Harbin,


Guest Score: 7.2 / 10

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0.91 km / 0.56 mi from Central Harbin


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7 Days Inn Harbin Tai Ping Bridge

No.173 Dongzhi Road, Harbin, Heilo


Guest Score: 0 / 10

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0.76 km / 0.47 mi from Central Harbin


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Greentree Inn Harbin Railyway Station Haicheng Street Express Hotel

No.166 Haicheng Street, Harbin, Heilo


Guest Score: 8.7 / 10

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0.74 km / 0.46 mi from Central Harbin


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7Days Inn Harbin Xinyang Road

No.219-2 Xinyang Road, Harbin,


Guest Score: 7.8 / 10

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0.74 km / 0.46 mi from Central Harbin


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Hanting Express Harbin Railway Station

No.35 Songhuajiang Street, Harbin,


Guest Score: 6 / 10

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0.76 km / 0.47 mi from Central Harbin

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About Harbin, China

Harbin, also known as "Ice City", being famous world-wide for the annual Harbin Ice and Snow Festival, which usually begins from January and last for over one month, is the capital and largest city of Heilongjiang Province in Northeast China.

It is a city full of history and culture, having enough to offer its visitors, to keep them busy, regardless of the duration of their stay.

Harbin was the birthplace of Jin (1115-1234) and Qing (1644-1911) Dynasties, the latter of which had a very considerable influence on modern Chinese history.

The city gradually grew into a famous international commercial port and it is fast making its way through in becoming a popular vacation destination, perhaps, in time, as big as Hong Kong or Beijing.

Besides the rich cultural heritage, Harbin also boasts beautiful natural scenery, and, although, unlike the majority of the other popular Chinese cities, is only 110 years old, there are more than enough historical attractions in the city's area to satisfy the curiosity of even the biggest "fan" of Chinese history.

Perhaps, the city's biggest highlights are Central Street, the old Russian and foreign buildings, especially Saint Sophia Cathedral, the ice festivals in which huge ice sculptures and ice buildings are put on display, Sun Island Park, the Siberian Tiger Park, and the Chinese-Russian market, plus, the popular Yabuli Ski Resort is only 3 hours away, by train, to the southeast.

One-day Itinerary Suggestion

- visit the Sun Island, which is famous across northeast China for its year round scenic beauty;
- see all the 20 tourist spots here, among which there are: the Water Pavilion, Cloud Sky, Youth's Family, Waterside Pavilion, Fountain, Flying waterfall, Sun Mountain and Lotus Lake;

- then, stroll around the Daoli District to view the St. Sophia Church, which is one of the most magnificent structures in Harbin and built after the completion of the Sino-Russia railway in 1903 which connected Vladivostok to northeast China;

- and....last stop: the Ice and Snow World - feel the exciting of the ice world and see why Harbin's nickname is "Ice City".

- go back to the hotel, rest, and the next day, explore other areas in Harbin.

Quick Facts

- Area: 53,068 Square km
- Population: 9,748,400
- Area Code: 0451
- Zip Code: 150000

Useful Phone Numbers

- Fire: 119
- Police: 110
- Ambulance: 120
- Traffic: 122


The city is littered with Net bars (网吧 wangba) that are typically exceptionally shoddy and don't require I.d at the entryway like the ones in Beijing. The greatest Internet spots are close to the colleges like Harbin Institute of Technology and Hei Da. Be cautioned that now and again you may need to hold up for a machine relying upon what time of day it is (5pm-12pm are the most noticeably bad, school is out) and that the Internet association can in some cases be down for a considerable length of time at time in different parts of the city. Likewise, these spots are loaded with a murkiness of smoke and Chinese shouting obscenties after they lost a session of Counter Strike or World of Warcraft.

The greater part of the workstations are in Chinese dialect, yet at the same time utilizing windows so its generally simple to utilize. You can't print at Net bars. On the off chance that you are looking to print something take a stab at setting off to a print or duplicate station - search for the Chinese characters 复印 (fuyin) or 打印 (dayin).


In the event that you are looking to refill the minutes on your China Mobile/Unicom/Telecom SIM card, you may have inconvenience, as not many areas in the city offer the refill cards. In Harbin, you need to go to a genuine store and pay the cash to a teller to have your telephone refilled and frequently you can refill away numbers at China Mobile or China Unicom/Telecom SIM card

Top 10 Attractions in Harbin, China

1) Central Street

Central Street dates since 1898 and it is the most prosperous street in Harbin. It is situated in the city's old central district and features interesting old architecture of various styles, restaurants, and plenty of great shopping spots, nearby attractions including the old buildings in the old district of the city and the Russian-Chinese Market area there, as well as St. Sophia Cathedral.

Recommended duration for a visit: 3 hours to walk the length, have a meal and shop.

2) St. Sofia Orthodox Church

It is the largest Orthodox Church building in the Far East. It was built early in the 20th century, for the Russians and other Orthodox people living around Harbin.

- Height: 53.3 meters (about 175feet)

- Area: 721 square meters (0.18 acres)

- Location: Center of Harbin in Heilongjiang Province

3) Ice & Snow World

It gathers the elite of the ice and snow arts of the world. It combines the ice and snow with recreation. It mixes the new creative ideas, artistic presentation, mass participation and recreation. The sight offered by the colorful lights and crystal-clear, sparkling ice is simply majestic. It is definitely worth experiencing, when in Harbin.

4) Sun Island

The Sun Island Scenic Spot facing the Sidalin Park, separated by the Songhua River, its one of the most famous scenic spot in the world. Sun Island is a wonderful fairyland, with more than 20 scenic spots, including, the Pavilion on the Water, the Sacred Cranes, the Doe and its Young, the Long Bank and Weeping Willow, etc. The mountain glass itself in the lake. The spring is clear. The waterfall falls down with high speed. It is simply amazing!

5) Yabuli Ski Resort

It is the largest world class tourist ski resort in China.

6) Jile Buddhist Temple

It is one of the four Buddhist temples in Northeastern China, and, a definitely "must see", when in Harbin.

7) Siberian Tiger Park

It is just to the north of Sun Island Park in Harbin. Siberian Tiger Park covers an area of more than a million square meters (more than 250 acres) and it is home to the Siberian tiger, the largest of the "big" cats. A visit to this great park is a wonderful way to spend a fun day out with friends or family. The sight offered by the beautiful Siberian tigers on the white snow is the perfect setting for the perfect vacation picture.

8) Chinese Russian Market

Harbin is a popular destination for Russian tourists, and it has became a major trading area for Russian merchants and businessmen. The best place in Harbin to go to buy Russian products is the Chinese-Russian Market. You can find imported vodka, Russian dolls, chocolate, furs, food products, fossils, petrified wood and many other things.

9) Provincial Museum

It is the biggest museum in Heilongjiang Province, its large collection featuring Jin Dynasty relics, Qing Dynasty relics, Russian relics, as well as Japanese and WWII relics.

10) Temple of Bliss

This major historical attraction dates since 1923, and, it is located at the end of Dongdazhi Street in Nangang District in Harbin. The temple strictly follows the traditional Chinese temple style. It is a magnificent and resplendent architectural complex. Every house is built of blue bricks and glazed colored tiles.

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Transportation in Harbin, China

Getting In

The airport serving Harbin is Harbin Airport, which is about a 45 minute drive outside of the city in the middle of soybean fields.

To reach the city, from the airport, travelers can take a taxi, which will cost around ¥100-120, or, take the bus to downtown Harbin - Tickets cost ¥20.

Harbin is connected to the rest of China via the China Highway 102 via Changchun.

There are seven important highways which pass through or terminate in Harbin, including the Beijing-Harbin, the Heihe-Dalian, the Harbin-Tong River, Changchun-Harbin, and the Manzhouli-Suifen River highways.

Getting Around

The main ways to get around in Harbin are by bus, taxi, bike, car or by foot.

The public traffic system in Harbin city is well developed, with over 100 bus routes connecting nearly all parts of the city, plus, there are two special tourist routes running pass scenic spots.

Besides public transportation, taxis represent, perhaps, the most convenient way to get around in the city.

If you do decide to get around by taxi, always ask the driver to run the meter, instead of attempting to negotiate a price in order avoid possible conflicts.t here


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