Tour Harbin from Guangzhou
- When To Go
- Flight Tickets
- Getting a Visa
- Important Know
Tour Code: IFH-H-04
The itinerary offers a tour of ice festival including the main attractions in Harbin. An overnight stay in the awesome beautiful China's Snow Town affords unique opportunities to experience the local peasants' life as well as dog- sledding or snowmobiling through the forest.
Tour Code: IFH-H-08
As winter approaches in Harbin and the nights draw in, the whole city becomes a wonderland of ice and snow. This Harbin winter trip brings to you a variety of fun things to do and see!
Tour Code: IFH-H-09
This year our NEW family experience program provides winter fun for the entire family. Making a winter trip to Harbin a memory that will never be forgotten. This is not some ordinary theme parks! Ice and Snow World, Ice Lantern Show, Snow Sculpture Art Expo, Siberian Tiger Park,...
Tour Code: IFH-H-12
This winter travel package of Harbin will be an unforgettable experience in your life-time, from the ice lantern fair to the ice and snow world, from the International Snow Sculpture Expo to Harbin Polarland, from the Siberian Tiger Park to the Snow Town...this trip has it all. Take...
Tour Code: IFH-H-13
Lose yourself in a winter wonderland at Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival. The theme parks of the festival are lined with beautiful snow sculptures, ice sculptures, and fantastic ice lanterns. Rail to Yabuli, the largest ski resort in Asia to enjoy skiing and intere...
Winter is considered as the best time to visit Harbin, but we suggest you'd better go there during December 25 - February 20 so as you can see the perfect ice and snow sculptures.
Getting a Chinese Visa
Generally, all non-Chinese citizens must obtain a Chinese visa before entry into China. Travelers to China may submit their visa application to the Visa Office of the Embassy or Consulate General which holds consular jurisdiction over the country/state/province where they reside. Leisure travelers to China should apply for a Tourist (L) visa.
Important Things to Know
Currently there are seven main foreign credit cards available in China, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club, JCB, Federal and Million. Credit cards can be used for withdrawing money, shopping and other transactions in most major cities of the country, but generally not accepted in rural areas.
In China, most of the local ATMs machines accept Visa and Master. CITIBANK card and HSBC are also very popular in China because Citibank and HSBC have agreement with UnionPay. For other cards, you may check the ATMs you are going to use and see if they have the logos and signs for your credit cards.
Basically there are two main standards for voltage and frequency in the world. One is the standard of 120 volts at a frequency of 60 Hz, and the other is the standard of 220–240 volts at 50 Hz. China uses generally 220V, 50HZ, AC (Hong Kong is 200V; Taiwan is 110V).
Electricity in United Kingdom is 230 Volts, alternating at 50 cycles per second. If you travel to China, you will need a voltage converter and a plug adapter.
1.Internet: Most hotel rooms will offer an internet connection for your laptop. Airports, Starbucks, and a number of coffee restaurants provide free Wi-Fi. If you don't have a laptop, inexpensive internet bars are scattered around the city.
2. Post Offices: Airmail letters to United Kingdom usually take between four days and a week to reach their destinations. Stamps are sold at the post office counters.
♦ Call a fixed phone
If you are going to call a fixed phone in a particular city in China, please dial the exit number of your home country 0011 + 86 (China's country code) + 10 (i.e. Beijing's city code) + phone number.
♦ Call a cell phone
If you are going to call a mobile phone in a particular city in China, please dial the exit number of your home country 0011 + 86 (China's country code) + Cell phone number.
What To Do in an Emergency in Harbin
Hopefully, you won't have to deal with an emergency while you're in Harbin. However, if you do find yourself in a bad situation, it is important to know what to do.
In China the organization that is responsible for public safety is the Public Security Bureau (PSB). There are usually several PSB locations within a city district. If you feel you are in danger or need to call for help, you can reach the PSB by dialing 110 on any phone in China.
If you lose your passport, you should report the lost passport as soon as possible to your nearest Public Security Bureau and to your embassy or consulate in China. In order to get a new Chinese visa, a Police report about the loss/theft will be required.
♦ Harbin Public Security Bureau
No.9, Hongxing Street, Daoli District
♦ Harbin Public Security Bureau, Daowai Branch
No.331, Dongzhi Road, Daowai District
♦ Harbin Public Security Bureau, Daoli Branch
No.27, Aidemengdun Road, Daoli District
Below are some emergency phone numbers that you should make note of:
110 for the police
119 in case of fire
120 for an ambulance