China’s snow town is located in Shuangfeng Forest Farm, under the jurisdiction of Dahailin Forest Bureau in Mudanjiang city, northeast China’s Heilongjiang province. Situated at an elevation of 1,500 meters above sea level, the town covering 500 hectares is 105 kilometers from Changting town. Influenced by the warm current of the Sea of Japan and cold fronts from the Lake Baikal, the snow period here is up to seven months every year and snow thickness may reach around 2 meters. The snow here is famous for its thickness and high viscosity. Snow hangs from the eaves to the ground, forming a unique scene of “snow curtains”.
Near the village there are two ski resorts. The Bayi, which is specific field for the training of professional skiers, is not open to tourists. While other, Shuangfeng, is where mosttourists converge. Here offers a variety of options for winter sports such as skiing,sonwboard, horse-drawn sleigh, dog sledding, snow sculptures and tourists can drink beer in a bar in the snow.
The imposing structure will include an hotel featuring 25 suites, four polar igloos, a fully-heated panoramic igloo, a bar, a restaurant, a conference centre, a terrace, a boutique and a chapel – wedding bells, anyone? – all completely constructed from ice and snow. There will even be a section with 5 hot tubs! Each year, a replica of a major city in the world is entirely made out of snow and ice. In 2013, the city of New York will receive this honour.