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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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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.
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