The Harbin 哈尔滨 Ice and Snow Festival

An amazing place!


However, be warned that with temperatures around -20C in January (daytime), you will need to wrap up very well indeed. It is open annually from approximately 5th January - 5th February; often longer, depending on the weather.


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