The waterfront walk to the north is a really pleasant way how to spend a nice sunny afternoon. On southern end, you will find stalls and cafes under tents, a beach for sunbathing and you can walk up to 2km one way.
With a little imagination, you could think you are at the sea shore...
To give you some more information, here is a list of helpful links:
- Wikipedia's Khabarovsk
- Travel East Russia
- Khabarovsk by The Free Dictionary
Fondest memory: Visiting a market hall was such a wonderful experience (once again)! The vendors were all so friendly and I had such a great time trying to find out, what they were selling!!! My all time favourite of Siberia is salad made of fern tips - and they had it right there!!!
I was there in Khabarovsk not for pleasure strictly for working,which involved singing. I gave 3concerts there April of 95,and November of 95 they asked if I would come back tour six cities. Oh, yes, I do remember purchasing amber and silver at this sort of secluded building and boy wasn't it fascinating. I do remeber having wonderful hotel accomodations at an Amytheist Hotel there is Khvabarovsk. The food there was absolutely fab.
Fondest memory: My fondest memory were the people, they were very generous,and aslo very appreciative. I remember being a special guest at one of the conservatories(music) and I heard many aspiring singers of great quality,and they treated me like a real celebrity. I was greatly moved by the talent of the young singers.
Favorite thing: Taking the street Muravyova Amurskogo, you will find many 19th century brick houses and some Art Nouveau buildings tucked into it.
Favorite thing: Me and my friend are having som fun on a dacha. Swimming in a pool, plaming flowers, walking in a forest and playing with a little cow.