China - Heilongjiang (Chapter)
This is the Hēilóngjiāng chapter from Lonely Planet’s China guidebook.
Hēilóngjiāng means Black Dragon River, and this particular coiling dragon is the separating line between China and Russia. Across the province a neighbourly influence is evident in architecture, food and even souvenirs. Capital Hā’ěrbīn’s famed cobblestoned streets and European-style facades is ground zero for this hybrid experience.
- explore China’s northernmost village of Mòhé while hoping to catch the elusive but spectacular aurora borealis
- join the crowds who flock to Hā’ěrbīn’s world-famous Ice and Snow Festival
- visit historic Dàolǐqū district and explore Hā’ěrbīn’s Russian and Jewish past
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Hā’ěrbīn, Mǔdānjiāng & around, and Wǔdàlián Chí.
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