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China’s north province Heilongjiang sees surging railway travels

Heilongjiang Province in China experienced a 372% increase in railway tourists, emphasizing its growing appeal as a winter tourism destination with Harbin, Mohe, and Yichun as key attractions.

China’s northeasternmost province, Heilongjiang, has received 10.09 million tourists via railway, up 372% year on year, according to the China Railway Harbin Group Co., Ltd.

The province’s capital city, Harbin, and the country’s northernmost cities, Mohe and Yichun, stand out as top destinations for ice and snow tourism.

Statistics indicate that Yabuli West Station, the skiing resort, saw an 80% increase in daily passenger volume, and Mohe Station saw a 145% growth, both surpassing historical records.

Heilongjiang Province has abundant ice-and-snow resources, making it a popular destination for winter tourism in China and attracting numerous tourists from home and abroad.

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