Breezy Coldest places in China You Must Enjoy With Family
China is the most populous state in the world, covering an area of approximately 9.6 million square kilometers. China is the second largest state in the world by land area and currently the biggest communist country in the world. There are many attractions in this place to entice its visitors, the most popular being Beijing, the city of several dynasties, besides the spectacular imperial palaces, it also possesses the most luxurious royal gardens and dazzling shopping malls.
Shanghai city in China, can be described as the showpiece in the booming economy of the country. The Shanghai beauty doesn’t lie in scurrying from sight to sight, it definitely lies in the feel of the city’s modern atmosphere. China is a fascinating nation with a lot to offer to a tourist, but consider your trip incomplete if you don’t visit the Great Wall of China – being the longest wall in the world and one of the seven wonders. Another main thing that China is renowned for is authentic Chinese food, which is a much-savored cuisine and extensively available throughout the world.
Shanghainese spicy Sichuan food, soup dumplings, and Beijing duck are just some of the distinct dishes you should try. China is the perfect place to pick anything from accessories to clothing, to electronics, Chinese products are not only eye-pleasing but also affordable and pocket-friendly.
Harbin, Heilongjiang, China :
The Harbin Snow World is by far the largest ice and snow art exhibition and amusement park in the world, which shows the unique charm of ice and snow culture and tourism. Snow world usually opens in late December or in early January and lasts for about three months, along with the Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival.
The ice carnival is regarded as some of the world’s finest examples of ice art, where visitors are able to admire some of the largest and most majestic ice-sculpted masterpieces to be found anywhere. This place is famous for various forms of entertainment, such as skating, ice rock-climbing, skiing, sliding, snow fights, ice golf, and ice archery.
The city is favored with the beautiful natural scenery. Based on twisty Songhua River and subject to severe low temperatures in winter, the city boasts a unique ice and snow culture. So, Harbin is called the ‘Ice City’. Each and every winter season is fantastic sculptures created from snow and ice, ice lanterns and exciting sporting events attract thousands of visitors from home and abroad. The cool summers season make the city highly popular as a natural summer resort.
Inner Mongolia :
The Inner Mongolia self-determining Region, bordering to the north with both the Republic of Mongolia and Russia, is the widest province in China. Mongolia is the third largest Chinese province (over 1.1 million square kilometers or 424,736 square miles) but not very populated. The province has about 24 million inhabitants.
Many racial group people are living in this area including Mongolian Daur, Oroqen, Ewenki, Hui, Han, Korea, and Manchu. Hohhot is the capital of Inner Mongolia. The weather in Inner Mongolia is very different during the year. Winter season is cold and can be very long, with frequent blizzards. Usually, summer is short and warm.
The climate changes from arid to semi-humid from west to east, and too humid in the northeast. The annual rainfall is 80 – 450 millimeters, also increasing from west to east. The main feature of the climate here is that the difference in temperature between days and nights is very big, so tourists should wear layer of clothes when traveling here.
Mohe, Heilongjiang :
Mohe in Heilongjiang Province, is situated in the northern extremity of China, bordering Russia, is the prefecture which has the highest latitude in China. Mohe is nicknamed “China’s Arctic Town“, and it is the only place in China where people are able to enjoy the atmospheric phenomena of the aurora borealis and the midnight sun.
The best location for tourists to see these marvelous spectacles is in Arctic Village. Mohe Prefecture is situated in the north of the Greater Hinggan Mountains and on the south bank of the Upper Heilong Jiang (‘Black Dragon River’, also known as the Amur). The place is surrounded by splendid mountains and rivers, Mohe is famous for its picturesque scenery.
A village, the northernmost settlement in China, at the latitude of 53° 29′ N known as China’s “Arctic Village” lies in this county, on the Amur River, which forms the border with Russia. Here, the main phenomenon of aurora borealis attracts domestic and foreign tourists to this village.
Fuyun, Xinjiang :
Koktokay National Geopark in Xinjiang. It is an ideal place for sightseeing, vacationing, hiking, photographing and scientific expedition. Koktokay is the origin of the Irtysh River, which is the only river in China flowing into the Arctic Ocean. Near the river is the “No. 3 pegmatite“, the largest mining pit in the world which has deposits of 84 kinds of minerals.
Koktokay means “blue river bend” in Mongolian and “green forest” in the Kazakh language, implying that it has been a beautiful place since ancient times. The National geopark consists of four major parts Cocoa Sullivan Lake, Ilaymu Lake, the Irtysh Grand Canyon, and Kalaxianger Earthquake Fault Zone. In the Irtysh river, the huge granites in various shapes are distributed along the turbulent Irtysh River. Brooks lie and Springs falls among the white birch forests and grassland. Riding or Hiking a horse, visitors could enjoy the natural scenery of the canyon.