Hi, I’am a Harbin native with an excellent level of spoken English and I want to show you Harbin in a way you’ll remember. After graduating from Harbin Normal University, I spend 4 years in Beijing, working in international companies where I loved meeting people from so many different countries. So when I came back to my hometown Harbin, I was inspired to show the sights of Harbin to the world! I felt that had the passion, the experience and the love of communication to do the job well! I became a private English-speaking tour guide in Harbin in 2011 and love showing people my city.
I have been an English-speaking tour guide for seven years now and I’m passionate about this job. I can help you plan your Harbin VIP tour, private tour, provide transport, arrange airport pick-up and drop off and great places to eat. My private tours are tailored to your particular interests and enthusiasms.
If you want to do a family trip or group trip, that is great! I have a lot of experience with family, senior and group trips. I like children and have child of my own , she is 5 years old. My tour vehicle is comfortable, clean and no-smoking for all the family, and with my license and certificates, I can help you arrange Harbin attractions entrance tickets a head and accompany you go into attractions.
MaoMao XunRou DaBing serves a variety of Dongbei food and has been in business for thirty years in business. This restaurant is popular among locals and is walking distance from many of the city's Jewish sites. Their dishes vary from smokedmeat, Chinese pancakes, sea cucumbers and other seafood.
Nestled along the serene Songhua River, Shangri-La Harbin offers a warm embrace in the Ice City. The hotel features 396 beautifully appointed rooms and suites, and a new family floor with 20 Deluxe Family Rooms and six Themed Family Suites. A shared pantry room offers a range of children’s facilities and equipment to ensure you enjoy your family travel.
The Harbin Old Synagogue Concert Hall is a concert hall in Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, China, and formerly the old synagogue of Harbin from 1909 to 1963. Upon its renovation in 2014, it was reopened as a major concert hall in the city.
The city of Harbin was home to thousands of Jews. The number of Jewish diasporas living in Harbin was over 20,000 in the 1920s, making Harbin the largest gregarious center for Jews in the Far East. On 15 January 1909, the hall opened as Harbin General Synagogue (哈尔滨犹太总会堂), the main Jewish religious site for the city. The former Jewish middle school was adjacent to the synagogue, whose site is still well preserved and was transferred into a music school.
In June 1931, the building was devastated by a great fire and was refurbished. Abraham Kaufman, then leader of Harbin Jewish community, was working in the synagogue from 1919 to 1945. In 2013, over 1 billion Chinese yuan was spent by Harbin municipal government on the refurbishment of the building and transfer to a music hall. The hall reopened in 2014.
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Discover China's Jewish history as well as the most popular attractions. This Jewish Heritage Tour offers a special experience, visiting sites in Beijing, Harbin, Kaifeng and Shanghai.
Overview: This tour is designed for Harbin Ice and Snow Festival visitors with an interest or memory of Jewish habitation in Harbin during the World War I and World War II. A visit to Jewish sites will help you to learn more about Jewish people's living there and became a very vibrant part of Harbin's history.
Tour Highlights: New Synagogue, Sun Island Snow Sculpture Art Expo, St. Sofia Church, Siberian Tiger Park, Ice and Snow World, Huangshan Jewish Cemetery, Jewish Community, Jewish Museum
Harbin Museum of Jewish History and Culture is a museum commemorating the Jewish diaspora in Harbin, China from early 1900s to 1950s. It is located at the former site of the New Synagogue of Harbin (哈尔滨犹太新会堂). The museum features documents, photographs, films, and personal items documenting the lives of some of the more than 20,000 Jewish residents in Harbin. The first floor of the museum shows photographs, paintings of several buildings in Harbin constructed by Jews in the first half of the 20th century. The exhibitions on the second and third floors present education, industry, art and music of Jews in Harbin.
No cheap convenience food, no instant soup, everything at Atles Backhaus is fresh and homemade. Many of the dishes are vegan and vegetarian made with lots of fresh vegetables from the region and a menu that changes at least once a month. The historic town house from the 17th century with its elegant façade was renovated in 2016 and redesigned into our well-known day-restaurant Altes Backhaus. In 2018 the upper floor was redesigned with 4 completely new apartments.
This is a smoking-free restaurant with comfortable and modern atmosphere. The menu consists of elegantly presented and served local foods with friendly staff and excelent service. Though the many is small, it is varied from meat and seafood options to vegetarian options. Ruckendorfer's also offers a nice selection of wines and beers.
The Lehner family and their team wish you a culinary eventful break from everyday stress in our restaurant and hope to be able to do everything possible for your physical well-being.
Would you like a specially brewed beer or glass of wine from our well-stocked cellar? With the meal it might be a master goulash, a tasty schnitzel or a freshly caught fish from the region.
Of course, we also have a great offer of nutritious-conscious. For celebrations such as birthdays, weddings, and Christmas parties, we have private rooms and the necessary equipment. Our staff is happy to assist you with any questions you have.
The Lehner family and their employees
My Schnitzel is a chain restaurant in Austria serving a variety of schnitzel dishes, fries, burgers, and salads.
During the OpenRestaurants™ events, many of Jerusalem’s finest restaurants will open their kitchens for special workshops and dinners, among them Mona, Adom, and Kadosh. Along with the rare and unique opportunity to enter behind the proverbial curtains of this exclusive culinary society, the festival presents a variety of one-off events that range from gastronomy to history and everything in between – art, design, music, tech & innovation and naturally the passionate consumption of all culinary aspects – events that emerge from the kitchens and encompass every corner the city. Chefs, artisans, multidisciplinary artists, performers, intellectuals and local culinary personalities – all will take part in our riveting culinary journey in order to lead us to new and fascinating adventure.
Just a short drive from the center of the country, this rural festival takes place in an area abundant with beautiful views and nature- Mate Yehuda. This exceptional festival has a different vibe from typical food fairs, as local cooks open their homes and hearts to serve traditional dishes from many cultures. The personal and unique adventure of eating at a host family's home, makes the experience that much more authentic and enjoyable, and is something unobtainable in any store or restaurant. This area of the country has a diverse population, which is reflected in this fascinating and flavorful culinary event.
Hutzot Hayotzer, is an arts and crafts lane in Jerusalem, Israel, located west of the Old City walls. Its name means "the potter's section" (compound) or "the potter's hedge" in Hebrew and Aramaic.Since 1976, Hutzot Hayotzer and the Sultan's Pool area have been the site of the annual International Arts and Crafts Fair or Festival, a 12-day event in August featuring the work of local and international artists. There are also open-air concerts, workshops for children and food booths. Many of Israel's leading pop and rock stars have performed at Hutzot Hayotzer. During the festival, the artist studios along the lane stay open late and the artists offer public demonstrations of their work.
The Jerusalem Beer Festival is the largest and most diverse festival in the country. Every year at the festival, you can find hundreds of brands of beer from Israel and the world, live performances by the leading artists in Israel, quality food stalls that fit right next to the beer, accessory stalls, and other attractions!
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