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Hēilóngjiāng 黑龙江
Blessed – or cursed – with one of the coldest climates in Asia, Hēilóngjiāng (Black Dragon
River), surprisingly, promotes its frigid winters as the peak tourist season. And travellers do
come – braving the -30°C weather and howling Siberian gales common to the country’s
northernmost province – primarily to marvel at the elaborate ice sculptures that glitter
throughout the city of Hāěrbīn during its famous Ice Lantern Festival.
If you bring warm clothes – and we mean layers of thermals – and restore yourself with hearty
stews and the local firewater, you can enjoy this sparkling spectacle. Hēilóngjiāng is also the
centre of China’s emerging ski industry, offering some of the country’s best skiing at Yàbùlì.
In any season, Hāěrbīn is worth visiting for its Russian-influenced architecture and pleasant
pedestrian streets, particularly in the Dàolǐqū district near the tree-lined riverfront. When the
sun is shining, you can unwind with a walk along the river or on cobblestone-lined Zhongyang
Dajie, stopping to sample steamed cornmeal buns or Russian-style sausages.
Other Hāěrbīn attractions include a new museum that illustrates the city’s Jewish heritage, a
collection of Buddhist and Confucian temples, a park that attempts to protect the rare Siberian
tiger and a haunting museum that details grisly wartime experiments by the Japanese.
Between May and September, you can explore the lakes, nature reserves and forests
throughout the rest of the province. Things to see include sparkling Jìngpò Hú (Mirror Lake);
the Wǔdàlián Chí area, with its volcanic landscapes and mineral springs; the Zhalong Nature
Reserve and its rare wild cranes; and the remote regions along the Russian border.

HIGHLIGHTS
„ Chill out at Hāěrbīn’s Ice Lantern Festival

(p392), the region’s most spectacular winter
event
„ Explore Hāěrbīn’s Russian past and visit a

H‰ihé

Jewish-heritage museum in the Dàolǐqū
district (p390)
W©dàlián Chí

„ Wander the wetlands of Zhalong Nature

Reserve (p398), a refuge for endangered
wild cranes
„ Hike through the lava fields of volcanic

Wǔdàlián Chí (p399)

Zhalong
Nature
Reserve
Hƒ›rb¸n

„ Get off the beaten path in the remote

Russian borderlands (p400)

„ POPULATION: 36.8 MILLION

„ 

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History

1917. Hāěrbīn still retains Russian-style buildings constructed during this era.

Hēilóngjiāng forms the northernmost part
of the region formerly known as Manchuri...
H Ē ILÓNGJIĀ NG
Blessed – or cursed – with one of the coldest climates in Asia, Hēilóngjiāng (Black Dragon
River), surprisingly, promotes its frigid winters as the peak tourist season. And travellers do
come – braving the -30°C weather and howling Siberian gales common to the country’s
northernmost province – primarily to marvel at the elaborate ice sculptures that glitter
throughout the city of Hāěrbīn during its famous Ice Lantern Festival.
If you bring warm clothes – and we mean layers of thermals – and restore yourself with hearty
stews and the local firewater, you can enjoy this sparkling spectacle. Hēilóngjiāng is also the
centre of China’s emerging ski industry, offering some of the country’s best skiing at Yàbùlì.
In any season, Hāěrbīn is worth visiting for its Russian-influenced architecture and pleasant
pedestrian streets, particularly in the Dàolǐqū district near the tree-lined riverfront. When the
sun is shining, you can unwind with a walk along the river or on cobblestone-lined Zhongyang
Dajie, stopping to sample steamed cornmeal buns or Russian-style sausages.
Other Hāěrbīn attractions include a new museum that illustrates the city’s Jewish heritage, a
collection of Buddhist and Confucian temples, a park that attempts to protect the rare Siberian
tiger and a haunting museum that details grisly wartime experiments by the Japanese.
Between May and September, you can explore the lakes, nature reserves and forests
throughout the rest of the province. Things to see include sparkling Jìngpò Hú (Mirror Lake);
the Wǔdàlián Chí area, with its volcanic landscapes and mineral springs; the Zhalong Nature
Reserve and its rare wild cranes; and the remote regions along the Russian border.
Hēilóngjiāng 黑龙
POPULATION: 36.8 MILLION www.yunnantourism.net
HIGHLIGHTS
Chill out at Hāěrbīn’s Ice Lantern Festival
( p392 ), the region’s most spectacular winter
event
Explore Hāěrbīn’s Russian past and visit a
Jewish-heritage museum in the Dàolǐqū
district ( p390 )
Wander the wetlands of Zhalong Nature
Reserve ( p398 ), a refuge for endangered
wild cranes
Hike through the lava fields of volcanic
Wǔdàlián Chí ( p399 )
Get off the beaten path in the remote
Russian borderlands ( p400 )
H‰ihé
W©dàlián Chí
Reserve
Nature
Zhalong
Hƒ›rb¸n
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