This is the world’s largest and most famous ice festival, featuring spectacular sculptures of ice and snow, some large enough to walk through! The festival opens with a grand ceremony and fireworks display. Be bold and go winter swimming or stay nice and warm either by skiing, dog sledding, snowmobiling, strolling down the traditional ice lantern art fair or enjoying a warming drink at the spectacular ice bar and restaurant.
Harbin International Ice Festival takes place during the winter months of December, January and February. For further information about visiting Harbin International Ice Festival, please contact our Travel Advisors.