The most spectacular ice festival in the world
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The most spectacular ice festival in the world

The 2014 Harbin International Ice Festival begins on January 5.

Ice sculptures at the Harbin International Ice Festival.

Coming to the festival, visitors can admire giant ice sculptures and colorful LED lights.

The 2014 Harbin International Ice Festival has a larger scale than usual, on the occasion of its 30th anniversary.

The festival is widely held throughout Harbin city with many activities.

1. Sun Island Park (Sun Island Park)

This place is known as the `surreal white land`, most beautiful during the day.

– Entrance fee: About 240 yuan (more than 800,000 VND) per person.

– Open: From 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

– Bus routes here: 29, 85, 88.

2. Harbin Ice and Snow World

Visitors come here to admire the largest ice sculptures in the world, and can walk or ride horse-drawn carriages throughout the exhibition grounds.

– Ticket price: 300 yuan (more than 1 million VND) per person.

– Opening hours: 13:30 – 21:00.

– Bus routes here: 211, 212, 213, 346.

3. Zhaolin Park

This is one of the locations that organizes unique displays such as ice sculptures combined with thousands of Chinese lanterns.

– Entrance fee: 200 yuan (about 680,000 VND) per person.

– Opening hours: 9-9pm.

– Bus routes here: 8, 53, 74, 83, 113, 114, 201.

Some things to note when coming to Harbin International Ice Festival:

Prepare warm clothes.

If you are visiting Harbin for the first time, find a local tour guide.

Don’t miss the chance to¬†enjoy hotpot at Dingxin restaurant on ST Sophia church square.

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