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Harbin is the capital of Heilongjiang Province and the largest city of Northeast China,as well as the famous historic and cultural city of China.Known for its bone-chilling cold winters,Harbin is called the "Ice City." Lying on the southern bank of the Songhua River, Harbin is well known for its beautiful snow sculptures in winter and its Russian legacy and still plays an important part in Sino-Russian trade today. 

Harbin Quick Facts

English Name: Harbin

Railway Stations: Harbin Railway Station, Harbin East Railway Station

Zip Code: 150000

Location: In southern Heilongjiang Province

Chinese Name: 哈尔滨 (HaErBin)

Suburban Districts: In southern Heilongjiang Province

Airports: Harbin Taiping International Airport

Area Code: 0451

Population: 10,635,971 (2010)

Best Time to Visit: From December to January

Top Attractions in Harbin

Harbin Maps Free Download

Find maps of Harbin, including Harbin's regional location to other parts of China as well as . Our Harbin travel guide ( includes weather, living, food, weather, transportation, etc.) has heaps of useful information and tips! > See More

Shopping in Harbin

Compared with the cities in south of China, Harbin has fewer local products to brag about, most probably due to the hah weather here makes most goods pretty hard to grow. Whilst on your visit to Harbin China be sure to stock up on the local delicacies. Seafood is a popular local specialty and rare fish abound around these parts including dog salmon and sturgeon, which over ...> See More

Restaurants (Food) in Harbin

Local Food Influenced by the food styles of Russia and the minorities, Harbin food roughly are categorized into two parts: Fit, what makes a promise that you can try the most authentic Northeastern food for definitely sure. Compared to the southern cuisines, the Northeastern cuisine, mainly stewed, tends to be salty with a rather big volume of content for one dish. It lo...> See More

Entertainment in Harbin

Although the nights are colder than the days, Harbin's nightlife does not disappoint. The locals enjoy their rich and colorful entertainment and nightlife just the same. Maybe that's why there are so many recreational facilities in the city, ranging from tranquil tea houses to noisy KTV ba. The "Ice City" at night is a sight that should not be missed. Strolling along the e...> See More