Jingpo Lake

Jingpo Lake, Ning'an: Tickets, Tours, Hours, Address, Jingpo Lake Reviews: 4/5

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Harbin, China31 contributions
Jingpo Lake
Jul 2018 • Solo
This place is absolutely gorgeous! It was a guys day out in the country, and this is a great place to do such a thing. We started with the waterfall and walked around, and we found some very interesting statues in the area that were magnificent. We then discovered the place where we could take a boat ride on the lake, so we went walked, quite a bit, and finally arrived to this place. We decided to get the personal boat, which I think was the best decision as the other boats seemed to be really crowded, and the price was not expensive at all. Here is the reason why this is not a 5star because the boat driver kept trying to offer us to drive the boat around in the middle of the lake for an additional fee, and he also tried to offer a longer ride for another additional fee, which I would recommend not to do as it really is not much to see in just the ride we already had. Just be smart when you take your excursions.
Written September 29, 2018
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Panbong Ha
Changwon, South Korea455 contributions
Jingbo Lake
Aug 2018 • Business
It is one of UNESCO’s geological and cultural heritages. There, you can see around on a ship for two hours. There are a Korean folk village at the entrance of Jingbo Valley and a great waterfall around there.
Written August 23, 2018
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Nick P
Torquay, UK76 contributions
Geological and cultural heritage make this an interesting destination
Aug 2014 • Business
Visited Jingpohu, in Heilongjiang Province in early August, and stayed overlooking the Jingpo lake, in northeastern China, 1 hour drive from Mudanjiang City airport with daily flights to Beijing. The area is volcanic with the lake formed about 5,000 years ago when volcanic eruptions caused lava flows blocking the valley to create the lake. The area includes the Volcanic Crater Forest scenic area, a steep but pleasant forest walk down into and out of an extinct crater. There are lava tunnel caves, summer ice caves and the dramatic Diaoshuilou waterfall, with a daily diving exhibition. Not much water when I visited but gets very active when winter snow melts in spring. The Jingpohu Lake has a distinct summer resort feel about it with boat trips, a waterpark, and even microlight trips off the water, a museum, shops and restaurants. The geology in the area is interesting and there are plenty of interpretation boards to explain the processes. The area is a member of the UNESCO endorsed Global Geopark network and there is plenty of cultural heritage stemming from the rich geological heritage. A new Geopark museum is under construction, due to open in 2015. Rice grown here have a characteristic quality coming from volcanic soils. Plenty to do during a one or two day visit.
Written October 21, 2014
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Campbell River, Canada94 contributions
Nice relaxing place
Jul 2012 • Couples
We went to this lake just to get out of the city and to experience some nature.
It has a fantastic waterfall which is the lake's feature attraction. Not quite Niagara Falls, but pretty good none the less.
The trails around the lake and falls give you a peacefulness only associated with nature and quiet. Granted depending when you go, there may be lots of tourists. Use the lesser tracks to get off the beaten track, and you will find nature engulfing you.
Take a picnic lunch, hike some of the lesser trails and enjoy Mother Nature.
The area is under a huge construction project so things may change in the future. It may become too touristy for the average hiker.
Written August 2, 2012
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