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Harbin Ice Lantern Show

No.37 Senlin Street, Daoli | Zhaolin Park, Harbin 150000, China
+86 451 8469 2804
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Harbin Ice Lantern Show was founded in 1963, it is the oldest and largest Ice Lantern Show in the world nowadays. The show usually starts from early January to the end of February. Lots of artists make use of the original ice from Songhua River to create various ice sculptures. Besides hanging around the big park (around 2000 square meters) to see thousands of stunning ice arts, you can also try some ice sports, or even have an ice wedding.
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26 Jul 2016
“Outstanding sculptures with colorful lights ”
24 Jan 2016
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No.37 Senlin Street, Daoli | Zhaolin Park, Harbin 150000, China
+86 451 8469 2804
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Reviewed 26 July 2016 via mobile

This the best place to visit during the Harbin festival, people from all around the world visit to witness this ice festival.

1  Thank Abdul G
Reviewed 24 January 2016

if you seen one attraction at night make it this one. we were just stunned at the size and complexity of this ice show

1  Thank FragranceExpressuk
Reviewed 21 November 2015

Dress warm and then enjoy the sculptures and the food! The ice exhibits are fantastic, at night, when lit with the various colored lights. Sleigh rides are available too.

2  Thank John4me
Reviewed 2 August 2015

The information we found online about the different festival sites was a little confusing, but we decided to check out this site on our first evening. It was beautiful admiring all the many sculptures, and fun to stop in to drink a beer out of...More

3  Thank Sammy R
Reviewed 4 June 2015 via mobile

nice view with all the sculpture ice festival..there are many building made of ice and full of light also. it was -5degress..you should ware warm suit. we had a good time there cause we came from a country that haven't winter season every year.

1  Thank 711hilda711
Reviewed 17 March 2015

I just visited the Ice Light Garden Party this early March. So special the ice lanterns were though some part of them was melted, not so perfect.

1  Thank Linda W
Reviewed 23 February 2015

I felt like a seal or a penguin with the kind of layers I was wearing to go to the Ice Light Garden Party, but it all seemed worth it. The sculptures were beautiful, pieces of art created from ice that can be compared to...More

1  Thank Piyali3007
Reviewed 16 February 2015

The ice garden is a nice place but very artificial: it is neon lights within ice blocks. The slides are done nicely and some sculptures like an ice bus are also fun but it is very commercial and not very refined. The snow sculptures are...More

2  Thank IlseNS
Reviewed 9 February 2015

Amazing artistry and wonderful experience. The sculptures were so large and impressive. Be sure to wear proper shoes and layer up as it is beyond cold (highly recommend a face covering of some sort). Be sure to see this attraction!

1  Thank Aredmond110
Reviewed 8 January 2015

well... before i headed here, i heard alot about the ice sculptures at this carnival... i have high expectations... i been to a smaller scale in manzhouli and is free... here, it cost 300rmb before the opening ceremony to enter... the variety of sculptures are...More

3  Thank gecko_cheeko
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