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Harbin Polarland is the first polar amusement park in the world. It’s one of the four major scenic spots in Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival. It is a national AAAA level scenic spots with unique themed entertainment in China. "Polar...more
Hours Today: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
No.3 Taiyang Avenue, Songbei District, Harbin 150028, China
I can’t compare this place to anything I have seen before. Part water world, part zoo and part aquarium. Nice shows wit belugas, sea lions and others. The problem is, they keep the animals and belugas in really small places, especially the polar bears. Worth...More
It's not a very big place, but everything inside it is actually pretty cool. They have beluga here, penguin, seal, polar bear, and a few others winter animal. And they have their own shows. You can watch them all within 2-3hours I guess. Once you...More
This is one of the must go places. Fee is RMB160 (but it's worth it). Beluga show, Walrus & Seal show & Stingray show about 15 to 3mins apart showtime at different locations, hence you are able to enjoy all 3 shows and able to...More
Congested place for most of the aquatic animals, especially the mammals. Sad to see the polar bears and wolves, used to roaming 100s of kms, pace about in such small places.
Utterly commercialized place with shops & unlimited feeds available which can only damage the...More
Well, beside visiting the Ice and Snow ❄️ if you are in Harbin, this place is not bad but please do not have too high expectations. Mostly spoken in Chinese. Please have your meal first before coming here as not much to eat. Ticket is...More
Here you'll get to see a stressed and depressed polar bear pacing in his too small cell; a sea lion being fed buckets of fish while humans run around doing inane tricks which he hardly participates in; and
and a couple of belugas swimming in...More