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Travel in Heilongjiang

Travel in Heilongjiang

Jiamusi Travel Guide


Jiamusi (jiā mù sī 佳木斯) is a prefecture-level city in the province of Heilongjiang (hēi lóng jiāng 黑龙江), in the People's Republic of China. Jiamusi is located on the riverside of the middle and lower reaches of the Songhua River (sōng huā jiāng 松花江). It is the city where the sun rises earliest in China. Jiamusi has 32,700 square kilometers with a population of 2,450,000. In 2007 Jiamusi had a GDP of RMB 34.1 billion with a 14.3% growth rate.
Last Updated on Friday, 12 November 2010 11:15
Daqing Travel Guide


Daqing (dà qìng 大庆) is known as the Oil Capital of China and has experienced a phenomenal boom since oil was discovered here in the 1960s. And it is made up of five districts and four counties, which form a total area of 21,000 square kilometers, with a population of over 2.5 million. The city is situated among beautiful wetlands and prairies in the western part of Songnen Plain (sōng nèn píng yuán 松嫩平原) to the south of Heilongjiang (hēi lóng jiāng 黑龙江) province as well as the most beloved celebrity from Daqing is probably "Iron-Man" Wang Jinxi (wáng jìn xǐ 王进喜), who is remembered for his strength and perseverance during the early days of Daqing's oil fields. With the beautiful nature scenery and meaningful culture, Daqing would show its beauty to the world.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 October 2010 18:06
The Wudalianchi Scenic Spot


Wudalianchi (wǔ dà lián chí 五大连池) scenic spot, located in the City of Heihe (hē hé shì 黑河市), covers 1068 square kilometers. It is composed of volcanoes of new and old period, five volcano barrier lakes, "Stone Dragon" of more than 60 square kilometers (basalt mesa) and low-temperature cold springs with high value of health care. In 1991, it was rated as one of the forty best national tourism resorts of China. It is named "the Mineral Water Town of China" and "China’s Natural Volcanic Park".

Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 August 2010 01:04
Mudanjiang Travel Guide

(Mǔdānjiāng 牡丹江) is a prefecture-level city in Heilongjiang (hēi lóng jiāng 黑龙江) province of the People's Republic of China. The administrative seat of the prefecture resides in Mudanjiang City. Its importance derives from its status as a border city, bordering Russia, and location only 248 km from Vladivostok. It serves as a regional communications hub with a railway junction and an international airport connecting with several major Chinese cities as well as Seoul,Korea. In 2007 Mudanjiang had a GDP of RMB 42.1 billion with a 13.3% growth rate.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 May 2010 11:54
Qiqihar-The Crane City


Qiqihar (Qíqíhāěr 齐齐哈尔) is a major city in the Heilongjiang Province, Northeast China. The municipal area has 1,438,550 inhabitants. These are mainly Han Chinese; there are thirty-four minorities including Manchu, Daur, and Mongolians. Close to Qiqihar are numerous wetlands and the Zhalong (zhā lóng 扎龙) Nature Reserve, famous in China for being home to numerous red-crowned cranes (dān dǐng hè 丹顶鹤).

Last Updated on Friday, 18 June 2010 16:15
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