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  • Siberian Tiger Park

    Siberian Tiger Park

    Siberian Tiger Park in Harbin is the largest natural park for wild Siberian tigers in the world at present. Siberian tiger is considered as one of the rarest animals in the world. The Siberian Tiger Park was built in 1996 in order to preserve this valuable species. There are over 500 purebred Sib... Read more>>
  • Central Street

    Central Street

    Central Street was originally part of an old town built by Russians about 110 years ago. Now it has become a cobblestone pedestrian street for shopping and dining. There are many fancy shops and restaurants along the two sides of the street. At here, you can find local Harbin cuisine and the classi... Read more>>
  • Yabuli International Ski Resort

    Yabuli International Ski Resort

    Yabuli International Ski Resort, the biggest and best ski resort in China, is located about 200 kilometers east of Harbin. The resort offers great skiing with different height of mountain and moderate snow. The resort is covered in snow for about 170 days in a year and the temperature can drop to -... Read more>>
  • Church of St. Sophia

    Church of St. Sophia

    Located at the Sophia Square, the red-brick with huge green dome is the city’s most famous landmark known as Church of St. Sophia. Built in 1907, it is a Russian Orthodox Church and now is home to the Harbin Architecture Arts Centre. Church of St. Sophia is the best-preserved Byzantine dome throug... Read more>>
  • Sun Island Scenic Area

    Sun Island Scenic Area

    Occupying an area of 3, 800km² upon the north bank of Songhua River, the Sun Island Scenic Area is the second largest venue of the annual Harbin Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival. It’s a recreational zone with fine gardens, landscaped miniforests, as well as a zoo for Siberian Tigers. It is Harbin’... Read more>>
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