Harbin: Attractions and more...
Siberian Tiger Park
To see the Siberian Tiger Park, it is essential to hire a car up to the viewing spots. Here, one can see fierce fully grown tigers as well as energetic little cubs. In all, this park has five hundred purebred Siberian Tigers. At least one hour is required to complete the trip.
St. Sophia Church
St. Sophia Church is the biggest Orthodox Church in the Far East. It is also called as Harbin Construction Arts Gallery. The tourists can visit this structure from 8:30 to 17:30 by purchasing an entrance ticket of 2.92 USD.
The Dragon Tower is the tallest tower in Asia and the second highest in the world. In fact, it is the Heilongjiang broadcast and TV Tower. The entrance fee for this tower is 7.30 USD.
The Central Street has a large number of structures constructed in the European architectural styles like the eclecticism and the baroque and the Renaissance. This street is also called as Zhongyang Dajie and is the most prosperous pedestrian street in the city. One can find restaurants and several department stores.
Yabuli International Ski Resort
The Yabuli International Ski Resort is regarded as the country’s monument to the skiing industry. It is situated in the Yabuli Winding Village. From the Harbin Railway Station, one can reach this resort by mini-buses and the fare is 1.16 USD to 1.46 USD.