Mudanjiang, located in southeastern Heilongjiang Province, is renowned for its picturesque scenery and natural wonders, earning the moniker “Jiangnan of the North”.

Highlights include the world’s second largest lava dam lake, Jingpo Lake Geopark, underground forest national park, and Lianhua Lake, the largest artificial lake in northern China. The thrilling Siberian Tiger Park, distinctive ice and snow attractions, and border culture different from the inland make for diverse experiences.

Boasting volcanic lakes, pristine forests, riveting wildlife, and border excitements, Mudanjiang’s abundance of tourism resources make it an emerging destination.

Best Travel Time

September to March of the following year is the best time for tourism in Mudanjiang. The Jingbo Lake Waterfall in autumn is spectacular, and the best time to visit the snow countryside in winter is from December to March of the following year, which is better to catch up with ethnic minority festivals

Suggested playing days

2 days

Local climate

Temperate continental monsoon climate

Mudanjiang Surrounding Cities