Nicknamed "Ice City," Harbin is a northeastern city in China that s famous for its displays of ice. Collections of ice artwork are viewed at Harbin Ice and Snow World, Zhaolin Park, Sun Island Scenic Area, Ice Lantern Garden Party and Yabuli International Ski Resort. As the origin of the Jin and Qing dynasties, Harbin is full of history and culture. When you fly from Los Angeles to Harbin, you will catch a flight from the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and arrive in Harbin in about 16 hours. Ways to get to LAX include driving, renting a car, riding the bus or taking a taxi.
The Sun Island Scenic Area, located on the northern bank of the Songhua River, is a major attraction in Harbin that features crystal lakes, beautiful flowers, wooden rockeries and exotic buildings. At the end of Dongdazhi Street, you can explore the Temple of Bliss, an impressive Buddhist temple that has a seven-story pagoda, grand Mountain Gate and other fascinating traditional Chinese structures.
True to its nickname, the Ice City experiences severely low temperatures in the winter that characterize it as a winter wonderland. Winter temperatures range from -13 to 17 degrees Fahrenheit. The region attracts visitors from all around the world to the annual Harbin Ice and Snow Festival. The large-scale festival starts in January and lasts for about a month. Once you land at Harbin Taiping International Airport (HRB), you can get around by car, bus and taxi.
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