Northeast China

Northeast China is a place of climatic extremes.

Every year from late December to early February, Harbin hosts one of the world’s most fascinating Snow & Ice Festivals. In the neighboring Jilin, winter landscape can be enjoyed through its "Wusong". When winter approaches, branches of the willow trees are covered with glittering ice. When the sun shines through, a willow tree looks like a crystal statue.

Best Season

Dec-Feb

for the Snow and Ice festival

Harbin And Jilin - Ice Wonderland
From RMB 10,180/Adult
From RMB 10,180/Adult

Home to the annual Ice Festival, Harbin is host to one of the world's most fascinating winter wonderlands! In the neighboring province, Jilin, when winter approaches, branches of the willow trees are covered with glitter ice.  Under light, trees look like crystal statues.

Harbin - Ice Wonderland
From RMB 7,950/Adult
From RMB 7,950/Adult

Renowned as the home of ice and snow, Harbin holds the annual Ice Sculpture Festival from January to early February. The colorful glittering ice sculptures decorate this northern snowy city and draw many admirers from all over the world.

Yabuli - World of Skiing and Ice
From RMB 8,690/Adult
From RMB 8,690/Adult
Yabuli is near the Russian border in Heliongjang province in what used to be called Manchuria. The Yabuli Ski Resort is China's largest ski area. In 1996, it was chosen as the site of the 3rd Asian Winter Games.
Skiing in Jilin
From RMB 5,280/Adult
From RMB 5,280/Adult
Songhua Lake Ski Resort in Jilin City is a famous ski spot in China. It lies along the Songhua Lake and against the foot of Qing Mountain. It covers an area of 350,000 square meters. The freezing season in the resort can last for 150 days with little pollution, adequate snow and stable atmospheric pressure.

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