Harbin Guo Ge Li Hotel

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84 Guogeli Ave, Nan'gang District, Harbin, Heilongjiang, 150001, China
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thermal cloths in harbin

by jhankarindia

i like to travel harbin in jan,2009. how about the clothings ? can i get woolen or thermal cloths on hire at railway station or airport ?

Re: thermal cloths in harbin

by so_alex

I was in Harbin in January 2007 and the temperature was -21c and I have a Goretex Fleece + Wool underwear and Wool sock. Its warm enough and I didn't aware there is somewhere you can rent clothes over there but it is definitely not expensive to buy one over there.

Re: thermal cloths in harbin

by chinaguy

In harbin from December to next January when the weather is frozenly cold is the best time to enjoy the area's ice and snow and the relative activities.
The Harbin Ice and Snow Festival usually run on December 20 every year. On January 5, it's formally open to the public. The people living in Harbin have the custom of visiting relatives. So, the first 5 days during the Spring Festival is relatively cold and cheerless. You'd better go to Harbin during the holidays of the Christmas Day or after January 5. In this way, you won't miss the greatest pleasure of Harbin.

Re: thermal cloths in harbin

by ellyse

It mightn't be "fun" for the Chinese if it's not noisy and crowded, but some of us prefer to have less people while sightseeing so that you can actually get to see what you came to see, instead of just people and more people!
The answer to your 2nd question is: no. People don't rent this kind of stuff. Would you be willing to rent underwear and bras?! Even if not for personal hygiene's sake, most of us wouldn't be sharing those items of clothing anyway. Buy a set for yourself! Where else are you going apart from Harbin?

Re: thermal cloths in harbin

by midgetswithguns

Hi!

I am also going to Harbin in Jan 09!

I have been doing allot of research and have been informed also by my brother who lived there for a little while.

In Jan it can reach up to minus 28 degrees (that is so very cold!)
We have just bought all of our clothes from outdoor/adventure stores because they were having a sale.

You will need:

Thermal underwear (both top and bottom)

A ski Jacket (duck down is the warmest but is not necessary, it can be expensive)

ski pants (make sure they are waterproof)

Gloves

Beanie/warm hat

Warm woollen socks

A scarf

and plenty of jumpers and long sleeved shirts.

Depending on your size, you may not be able to find suitable clothing to hire in Harbin as you may not fit the clothes (Chinese sizes are very different and quite small)

I would advise you to try and buy the clothes at home before you go, if you cannot afford to buy, it might be worth checking out ski hire places (hire the clothes at home and return them when you get back)

Other than that, if you really must get them in Harbin, go to Wal-Mart, they sell plenty of snow gear there very cheap but there isn't a place you can hire unfortunately.

Travel Tips for Harbin

The Song Hua river is one...

by dandan

The Song Hua river is one beautiful place to visit in all four seasons, during summer, people swim and play in the water and on beaches; in the winter, there are even more things to that people enjoy, they ice ski on the river surface and there are play grounds on the side too. there are shopping centers in the center city where all kind of sores lay on the side of the streets and there is one street in the center city where cars are not allowed to enter, people in all ages could take a nice relexing work on that particular street with out hearing any car or other transportation. there are also lot of fine restaurants; big ones, midium ones, and small ones, you can go into any of them and get the best services. i have been living there most of my life which is about 13 years, The fondest memory of harbin to me is every winter the speial ice show where people go with there loved ones and share the warm feeling with their loved once in the special cold winter.

Beijing Police Museum @ The Dragon Tower

by mke1963

Why the Beijing Police Museum? I have absolutely no idea, but this small museum at the foot of the Dragon Tower is actually quite entertaining.
Not a single panl or description is in English, but the photographs are fairly self-explanatory.
It's all heroic police officers, firemen and friendly riot police in balaclavas stuff.
There is a selection of weapons and some ancient (Ming?) handcuffs and stocks.
You can only get in by going up the tower (see separate review) but this is actually a good sideshow.

Harbin ice and snow festival

by celtic67ie

well i wouldnt say a "must see", its worth a look if you are already up here in harbin
otherwise stay down south, its hotter!

the festival is a tourist rip off now, used to be much better, but everything costs money nowadays
10 yuan for this, 10 yuan for that
dont get me wrong, its still cheap, but it aint fun!
this year (2004/5) i noticed far less people there, thats the result of overcharging!

The Heilonggijang Provincial...

by PieterB

The Heilonggijang Provincial Museum (HPM) is an integrated museum for almost 80 years of its history. With the initial name of 'Manchuria Research Society', HPM was originaly build on June 12, 1923. The present name was adopted in 1954. The exibitions in HPM are: 'Heilongijang History Exibition', 'Nature exihibition' (all kinds of stuffed or preserved animals from Dino's up to current species) and the 'Deng Sanmu's Calligraphy and Carving Art exhibition'.
The history exibition was the most interesting form me and featured art work and daily objects from 5000 bc up till now. All captations where in chineese but the dates where in arabic figures, so I least I could figure out when what was made or used.

China, Heilongjiang, Harbin 2005, January, 05-10

by Bernard_SeowInnHeong

I went Harbin to see the snow and ice sculptures. The weather was cold on the first day. You can get used to it.

One can find the snow sculptures on Sun Island. You can walk across the Song4Hua1Jiang1 which is frozen.

Ice pieces can be found in Zhao4Lin2 Park.

Try also the underground shopping alleys.

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