Harbin China Events
The largest annual ice festival in the world, attracting visitors from around the world, from the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, China, Japan, Russia and more.
The Harbin Ice and Snow Festival 2020 in the Chinese city of Harbin is designed to stun tourists with its neon-lit kingdom of ice, built in 15 days by some 10,000 workers. The second largest venue of the festival is Har Bin Ice & Snow World, and there is an ice rink, ice rink and ice rink. There are more than 1,500 skaters from around the world, but only a few from the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea and Russia.
There is a local travel website specialising in trips to Harbin, and you can click here for more information on the Guilin China Travel Service website, which also organises tours and trade fairs. The prices in this article are based on an average of recent events in the city and the prices for each of these events are different, so check the actual prices. Although China is relatively inexpensive for European travelers, a visit to the Harbin Ice Festival costs around 150 euros, only tickets for events are included.
Those who have forgotten their long holiday can extend their trip to Harbin and its Ice and Snow Festival by attending one of the other major events in the city, such as the Ice Festival or the Winter Festival.
If you want to participate in the events and snow and ice activities, come to Harbin for the Ice and Snow Festival or the Winter Festival. This is one of the most important events in the city, not to be missed. The largest of its kind in China, the Ice Festival, will begin on January 1, just days after the end of the Harbin events.
If you want to avoid the crowds, it is better to attend the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival. The best time to visit this festival is mid-to-late January, but if you avoid too many crowds, we recommend you visit the festival. Normally, a grand opening ceremony is held at the end of December, at which the opening ceremony is presented.
In addition, the festival usually includes three very important Chinese festivals, which makes it even more significant as a Chinese event. It takes place during the Ice and Snow Festival, which organizes many interesting activities related to traditional Chinese culture and many other events.
If you want to enjoy the world's colorful snow and experience an ice adventure in the white winter, come to Harbin and participate in this year's Ice and Snow Festival, or if you're looking for a popular winter destination, you'll have some extremely great winter adventures all year round, so come and come. Join us and roll through a range of other winter activities, experience some ice adventures in white winters and join us at the annual winter festival of ice, snow and ice. During the winter season, from January to March, it takes place every first Saturday of the month.
You can now book your trip for the annual Harbin Winter Festival of Ice and Snow, which officially begins on January 5 this year and officially opens on January 5, 2018.
The festival attracts more and more visitors from all over the world in winter, making Harbin the coolest ice city in China, home to the world's largest collection of ice sculptures and the largest ice festival in Asia. Founded in 1985 as the Ice Lantern Show, the Harbin Ice Festival has become one of the most popular winter festivals for ice skating and snowboarding in China, attracting over 18 million visitors each year. Known as HarbinIce Festival 1.0, the festival competes with other international ice festivals such as the New York Winter Festival of Ice and Snow, as well as those in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Japan, to attract 18 million visitors a year, according to a recent report.
Harbin is also known as "Ice City" because it has the longest and coldest winters in China and hosts its own spectacular ice city, which is exhibited during the festival.
However, during the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival it has become a significant venue, featuring some of the most important snow sculptures that are large and related to culture. This snow expresses the spirit and culture of Northern China and is made by the leading snow sculptures from around the world. It is a snow sculpture that you can appreciate when you visit one of these snow sculptures. From what I have heard, these sculptures have simply forgotten more and better since my journey five years ago.
The tradition of making ice lanterns dates back to the Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), as a small creation compared to massive ice and snow sculptures, but it is a must - see part of the festival. The first Harbin Ice and Snow Festival was held in 1884, based on the traditions of China's first Ice Festival, the Winter Festival of Ice, Snow and Fire.