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Sun Island (Tai Yang Dao)

767 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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מוטי ל wrote a review Jan 2020
Karmiel, Israel361 contributions82 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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GlobalWizzo wrote a review Jan 2020
Port Orange, Florida126 contributions43 helpful votes
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Winter visit to the 32nd Snow sculpture contest. Dress warm. Check on senior free admission. We were charged, but over 60 and you aren’t allowed on the snow rides.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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diko65 wrote a review Jan 2020
Carnarvon, Australia27 contributions3 helpful votes
This event is spectacular, we went with our 12 year old son. He was equally amazed ,apart from the various structures there was numerous slopes for tobogganing and other means of getting down the slope. We arraigned through our concierge tickets and transport so for us getting there and back was easy. Be aware though the temp when we were there was -20C , so you must be dressed with layers or it will be an early night. However many photos you see or show of this event , they will not convey just how spectacular this event is.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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AustraliaAustralia wrote a review Jan 2020
australia86 contributions26 helpful votes
We went during the day with three kids 10/12/14 and wish we had spent more time here. The snow was awesome and there were ice slides of varying kinds and free things to play with in the snow. Very quiet and peaceful with food available. More stuff to do than at the ice festival.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Joanna wrote a review Jan 2020
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Have you got some warm undies? Have you already bought shoe warmers, really solid cap, perhps a ski mask? If so you are ready for Tai Yang Dao because it will take you some time there. The price for an adult is 260 rmb, you may think a bit steep but it's worth it as there is a chance you haven't seen anything like this before (and you can always see ice sculptures in Zhaolin Park for free and have the best of both worlds). Some sculptures are say smaller, person size and more "interactive" like a car with Peppa the Pig where you can stick your head to accompany her. Some others are just huge like a six storey building and very artistic. Some depict something existing like the Kremlin (I guess). Some others are just the vision of the snow artist. Can't leave Harbin without this experience. If you freeze completely at some point of your walk through the park there is a minibus which at the expense of 20 rmb will take you to the exit.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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