Dry goods! Unlock the popular check-in spots in Harbin!

Onion-shaped domes, baroque-style buildings, colorful neon lights at night, and a pervasive European atmosphere, I think this might be the reason why many people are fond of this place. In fact, besides the romantic ice and snow, Harbin has many Instagrammable spots that can be captured at any moment.

Six Exit Homestay

If hotels are for meeting accommodation needs, then homestays are an ideal form of living. A good homestay embodies the thoughts and tastes of the host, whether it's simple, retro, ethnic, or artistic. It can make people willing to spend a whole day here and even reluctant to allocate time to other beautiful scenery.
Harbin Grand Theater, one of the most beautiful buildings in China, is definitely a popular place for taking photos. As a landmark architecture in Harbin, the design of the theater's facade is inspired by the ice and snow style of the northern region. The pristine white appearance of the building harmonizes perfectly with the city's icy and snowy surroundings, making it beautiful from any angle.

Chinese baroque

In Harbin, there is the oldest urban area, which is the Old Daowai of Harbin. The old buildings here witness the centennial history of Harbin. Walking along the blocks of Chinese Baroque, there is a feeling of crossing a hundred years, passing through various doors and passageways.

Harbin Wanda Mall

Harbin Wanda Mall, a world-class ice and snow-themed shopping center. Its "Red Piano" design is the largest steel structure building in the world, and it is a great place for photography during the day or night.

Harbin Railway Bridge

There are 6 major bridges crossing the Songhua River, and more than ten overpasses in the city. Among the many bridges, the oldest and most significant one is Harbin Songhua River Bridge! This bridge has witnessed the rise and fall of Harbin's history, the shame of Harbin's occupation, and the city's development and growth.

Harbin Memory City Cultural Theme Restaurant

The memories of Harbin are presented in every corner of the restaurant, with vintage architecture, black and white antique paintings, wooden doors and windows, room numbers in old mailboxes, and hand-cranked telephones and rotary dial telephones on display outside the door, which are full of character from the past. Especially the skilled artisans of sugar blowing and noodle figurines, they make people feel like they are back in their childhood.