Very impressive, though area perhaps smaller than I'd imagined (snow sculpture park much larger). Actually compact area. Worth going both during the day and especially at night. Ticket prices high, but certainly a LARGE number of mainland Chinese feel price is worth it (Harbin locals pay a much reduced fee). Take the afternoon ticket option, which gives you access from something like 13:30 to 21:00. As with any amusement park, refreshments inside VERY expensive. Took dedicated public bus from just off walking street to and from, though Chinese "queuing" something to be experienced (did have guards to ensure queuing order on return trip). 2 rmb each way per person. Bought tickets at location, though they were also offered on bus (concerned about counterfeit, but it was the same vendor on another trip to the snow park). Queuing for tickets at venue seems to be "typical" Chinese, so rugby scrum training comes in handy. Just part of the experience.
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