Harbin ice and snow world is the largest ice and snow art exhibition in the world. In addition, the festival is constantly evolving, bringing a new theme each year and providing visitors with a completely unique experience from one year to the next.
The ice sculptures at Harbin ice and snow world are considered the best ice sculpture art in the world, and visitors can enjoy some of the largest and most magnificent ice sculptures. Each ice sculpture is related to the theme of the festival in some way, enabling visitors to taste a variety of cultural flavors. For example, in the first year, the ice sculpture festival was designed with the concept of “prosperous China and soaring longjiang”, and the ice sculptures depict the rapid development of the country. The theme for 2005 is “china-russia friendship”, and all the sculptures are in typical Russian style. They include replicas of some of Russia’s most famous buildings, such as the east palace and Moscow’s red square.
One of the highlights for any visitor to the festival is visiting the site at night, where underground lights illuminate the sculptures and reveal a new and colorful exhibition space. The bright, dazzling lights contrast with the dark night sky, making the work even more spectacular.
Harbin ice and snow world is also a center of entertainment and entertainment, offering a variety of opportunities. Visitors will be amazed by the spectacular ice architecture, including an ice maze, an ice bar, and even an ice hotel. If you are a fan of snow sports, there are also opportunities to participate in activities such as ice climbing, ice skating, skiing, water skiing, snow fights, ice golf and ice archery. In addition, special performances based on holiday themes will be performed throughout the event, which will no doubt greatly entertain those looking for something less physically demanding.