Harbin Ice and Snow World


Harbin Ice and Snow World, also known as Bingxue Large World. It is a unique ice and snow tourist and cultural festival commissioned by Harbin Municipal Government and sponsored by Harbin Cultural Tourism Group. Since its birth, has been expanding year by year. Covering more than 750,000 square meters and consuming ice and snow over 300,000 cubic meters, Harbin Ice and Snow World is one of the most important parts of Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival.  It has become the most popular winter attraction in the world. In this dreamlike theme park, not only can you see the amazing colorful illuminated ice and snow sculptures but also enjoy various interesting cultural activities and winter sports. 

Ice Festival Harbin 2015

Origin

In 1999, to salute the new millennium form 2000, Harbin municipal government built up a shining icy and snowy Disney Land. Since then, the fairy tales about ice and snow in Harbin began. The ice and snow embedded into the blood of Harbiners, and became one of signs in Harbin. Since then, Harbin holds the event in connection with ice and snow each year, in which a charming and romantic fairy world is formed with ice and snow. Millions of tourists have been attracted for the view. The state leaders and a number of ambassadors in China have been personally visited the events and give high praise.

Ice Festival 2015 Harbin

Location

West part of the Sun Island, Songbei District, Harbin

Opening Time and Hours

Around December 20 each year to next late February

9:30 – 21:00

Harbin Ice and Snow World Ticket Price 

In the past few years, the ticket price for Harbin Ice and Snow World was RMB 330/pp. In 2021, the price for each ticket is RMB 100. 

Terms and Conditions of Ticket:

Free admission is granted to all children under 1.2 meters (include 1.2 meters).

Harbin residents present their Harbin ID cards can get a discount. 

Local senior residents aged 60 years old or above with a Harbin Identity Card or the "Senior Citizen Card" enter Harbin Ice and Snow World free of charge. 

All tourists above 70 years old or above with a valid passport (foreign tourists) or ID card (Chinese tourists) enter Harbin Ice and Snow World free of charge. 

Important Note

The park’s opening time for the Harbin residents is only on Monday (not includes the public holidays). This rule applies to everyone who lives in the 8 districts and the 10 counties of Harbin. 

Get There by Public Bus

If you want to get to the venue of Harbin Ice and Snow World, you can take bus No. 552, 551, 346, 219, 216, 212, 211, 85 or 54, and get off at the Sun Island road junction, then walk several minutes to its entrance gate. 

Harbin Ice Festival 2015


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