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Harbin Polarland is the first polar amusement park in the world. It’s one of the four major scenic spots in Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival. It is a national AAAA level scenic spots with unique themed entertainment in China. "Polar...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
No.3 Taiyang Avenue, Songbei District, Harbin 150028, China
We were quite excited before we went there but disappointed soon after we saw the condition in which the animals were kept in. The tanks for the Beluga was quite small and even the cages for other animals were small and looked artificial. The polar...More
I thought it was OK. Seeing the Polar Bears and the Arctic Wolves was great. Sort of mixed feelings seeming them in small cages, the bears were just napping, but the wolves looked like they wanted to be outside where they can run and roam....More
It is a small Aquarium that takes 2-3 hours to finish Ordinary seal and sea elephant show fun but not much surprise if you had been to more big Aquarium worldwide Food selling there is bad dont ever think of eating there Animals are ok...More
We loved visiting the Polar land and I didn't expect it to be as good as it was. We fed fishes (carp) with a little baby bottle, we fed seals with little fish and we saw a sea lion show which although in Chinese (which...More
The seating area for show was a bit small. Have to go early for good location.
The best is the beluga white whale show. Magnificent. The sea elephant show was pretty nice if not for the small sitting capacity. The food quality could be improved....More
I can’t compare this place to anything I have seen before. Part water world, part zoo and part aquarium. Nice shows wit belugas, sea lions and others. The problem is, they keep the animals and belugas in really small places, especially the polar bears. Worth...More