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Sun Island (Tai Yang Dao)

770 Reviews

Sun Island (Tai Yang Dao)

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No.3 Jingbei Road, Pingfang District, Harbin 150018 China
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Northeast China- Beijing, Harbin, Yabuli, Snow Country, Jingpo Lake, Mt.Changbai
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Northeast China- Beijing, Harbin, Yabuli, Snow Country, Jingpo Lake, Mt.Changbai

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This trip to the northeast is the cream of the world's ice and snow art, enough for you to see Harbin's ice and snow scenery. You can also enjoy all kinds of beautiful ‘snow mushrooms’. When the lights are on at night, the red lanterns are set off with white snow. It's very dreamy. Just like walking into the white fairy tale kingdom, you can take postcards at any time.
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Jo-Ann wrote a review 2 Jan
Shanghai, China12,896 contributions26,043 helpful votes
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A great visit to Harbin’s Sun Island on 30 December 2020. The cold did not dampen our spirits as this place is BEAUTIFUL. The snow sculptures were breathtaking. I loved the slide that they built right on a frozen lake. So much fun. The ice sculptors are just amazing artists and craftsmen. A must visit for all who pay Harbin a visit during winter.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Katie wrote a review Dec 2020
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Snow sculptures were big and beautiful. There’s a place to warm up and get snacks and warm drinks near the biggest sculptures. Can walk through all of it in one hour, but if you stop and take your time, could maybe make it 2. Would recommend doing it the morning and then going to the ice world in the evening.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Amy L wrote a review Dec 2020
Hangzhou, China519 contributions24 helpful votes
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I was a little surprised that this place was a lot more expensive than the famous ice festival entrance fee. Despite being overpriced, it’s worth visiting to see the spectacular snow sculptures. These are true works of art, unlike the ice buildings at the main ice festival. It only took a little over an hour to walk through, but you could stay a lot longer if you want to do the ice slides and skating, etc.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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hiya wrote a review Nov 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom10 contributions
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omg, so much fun! it was actually not that cold when we went, around -15C compared to it being -28 the day before haha. we had so much fun here, the people working here where friendly too. it's definitely a unique experience, some of the exhibitions are just amazing. I went here in Jan 2020 after being in Japan for a week, and I enjoyed Harbin the most! It's just such a unique experience, I have such fond memories of the time me and my friends spent here and the people we met here :) I will definitely come back the next time I can! the tip I'd have is to make sure you bring some food with you, because there's not many places to get proper food. me and my friend forgot to do that and were eating lots of crisps in one of the igloos, but I wish we brought some food with us. make sure you bring warm clothes! if you buy some heat warmer pads, some for your shoes and some for around your stomach and thighs, you actually won't need to wear many layers of clothes! I definitely recommend buying some, I got some before I went but apparently you can buy them in Harbin too, although I didn't see where.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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מוטי ל wrote a review Jan 2020
Karmiel, Israel361 contributions83 helpful votes
although the cold (20-30 celsius below zero) the experience is unforgettable. so colorful and exciting.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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