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Travel guide for Spring Festival break

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2018-02-11

Bonuses don't necessarily come in the form of money. Why not reward yourself with a trip after a year of hard work? If you're wondering where to go for the coming Spring Festival break, we've put together a list of recommended destinations for you. From icy Harbin to palm-covered Sanya, from the French charm of Quebec to the diverse wilderness of Madagascar, we bet you'll find somewhere you want to go, no matter how savvy you are.

1 Heilongjiang province


A total of 2,018 cute snowman sculptures are on display at an ice and snow park in Harbin city, Northeast China's Heilongjiang province, to greet the year 2018, attracting many visitors from around the nation to take a look. Harbin has gained international attention for its increasingly popular winter extravaganza, the International Ice and Snow Festival, which features massive, elaborate ice sculptures as well as competitions and winter sports. [Photo/IC]

Though spring is nearly upon us, winter continues to linger with its chilly weather. Instead of escaping to somewhere warm, a considerable number of tourists choose to experience winter the way it's meant to be enjoyed.

Ice skating, skiing, having snowball fights -- a wide array of winter sports and activities are available in China's northernmost province of Heilongjiang.

The province continues upgrading its winter tourism packages with a host of new travel routes, cultural festivals and hundreds of events to ensure winter fun for visitors.

And, in addition to improvements in ski and hot spring facilities, Heilongjiang will stage nearly 4,000 performances involving classical music, folk songs, opera and acrobatics in its major scenic spots.

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