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103, 100-Letiya Vladivostoku Ulitsa, Vladivostok, Far East Russia, 690048, Russia
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Vladivostok to Suifenhe - Bus information

by annapurnakaren

Hi all,

I'm looking for the info for the bus from Vladivostok --> Suifenhe --> Harbin

1. any direct bus from Vladivostok to Suifenhe?? If so, where is the bus terminal in Vladivostok, how much & time schedules & how long for the bus journey?

2. is it the other routes from Vladivostok to other cities and then to Suifenhe by bus?? Which way is most convenient & quick? Where/how much/time schedule for the bus?

Thanks in advance

Re: Vladivostok to Suifenhe - Bus information

by jamesbrown001

If you are new in that area you should take some help from a travel agent or any local guide there in Vladivostok. They can help you finding your bus to Suifenhe.

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James Brown

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Travel Tips for Vladivostok

language problem

by yangshu

i really meet the problem to communicate in russia. here. local people just speak russian and the signs on the street are russian. i try to speak english to some people, but they only know few words such as "how much?" "how are you?" and chinese only used by chinese, some suveniar seller could speak "100" "200" "renminbi". to vladivostok, you must learn russian. a super big crab.

Go to the museaum (if they...

by paulita1

Go to the museaum (if they haven't sold their treasures yet.)
Definitely go to the Army Surplus store. All things Russian Navy Army are there and are fun to collect (uniforms, insignias, etc.) This place is bizarre. The harbor was full of ancient ships, rusting, dilapidated. People live aboard for wont of housing.

Go have a shot of Stoly. I asked for a screw driver. When I explained that it was vodka and orange juice I got a 12 oz glass of vodka and a can of orange soda! It was really hard to walk after that.

Oceanarium

by RoseAmano

OK, so this aquarium is not on the same scale as a grand one we visited in Okinawa, Japan, but the entry fee of this one was 1/10 the cost also.

Located near Sportivnaya harbour on Ul. Batareynaya

Luggage issues

by Nuclei

Russia has something obsessed with "luggages". Buses charge you extra for your big luggage, the subways ask for extra ticket for your luggage, some hotels ask for hourly rate to store your luggage and airways do not tolerate extra luggage, even it is only 2-3 kg more. You will observe many locals bring their luggages to the weight and try to be precise as much as they can. 3 kg extra will cost you around 800 rubles.

A question of character?

by Landotravel

A very first thing that may feel distressed a spanish is the lack of smiles on the face of russian people. Is the same when you ask anything to any of them. Why is that? Is something shocking for someone who comes from a mediterranean country and is used to find wide opened, loud-speaking and kind people at streets.

But with time, you discover this is only a surface: in fact, when you enter a brand new occidental-shape commercial center, you feel you are at home again: young people with open smile welcomes at you. What does it means? I think is a reminiscence of ancient old-fashioned rigid soviet values joined with the practic way russians see the life.

It will surely take time to change this kind of things but is true they seem to be in the way. Nevertheless is usual crossing yourself in a narrow passage with russians and they will not salutate you -the opposite as in Spain- but is possible they will think it's not necessary -what for salutate a person you don't know nor have to ask you anything?-. As said before, a mix of practice sense and soviet rigidness. But is true that, when you go and contact them, they use to show as wide opened and trustful people and never make you feel as a strange.

One more russian contradiction. But this is a country of contrasts.

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