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.
Although wine festivals have taken the country by storm, few can compare to Tel Aviv’s Sommelier Wine Festival. This event features wine from all over the world, of course highlighting specialties from our Israeli wineries such as those in the Golan Heights. Although originally more of an industry exposition created to appeal to restaurants, critics, wine buyers, etc., this affair gives the public a chance to taste some special, and often unreleased wines. There are more than fifty Israeli wineries at this trade show, offering samples of their highest quality wines. Some specialties include Israeli ice wines and orange wines.
Israel has been lauded as the most vegan nation on earth, winning accolades as a top tourism destination for vegans. The Tel Aviv Vegan Festival is the largest vegan festival in the world. Tel Aviv, consistently rated as one of the best cities for vegans and full of yummy vegan restaurants, brings paradise to vegans for two days. Vegans can enjoy over 100 stalls from the most delicious vegan restaurants and stores throughout Israel. Each year, the municipality of Tel Aviv, expects no less than 50,000 people to attend the event who indulge in a huge variety of vegan dishes and products.
Eat Tel Aviv is the only food festival that brings together all of the city's best chefs to one place, with the most amazing dishes in the country. For six days, Charles Clore Park is transformed into a festive market venue with live music, celebrity chefs, colorful food trucks, and innovative food stands. Participating in the festival are some of the best restaurants in Tel Aviv (including Manta Ray, Dixie, Captain Carrie and more) and some of the finest and most famous chefs in Israel chefs (Haim Cohen, Shaul Ben Aderet, Yonatan Roshfeld, David Frenkel, Ronen Skinzis and more). You can expect tastings and delicious street food to try and take away.
Date is subject to change. Please see the official website for the most up-to-date information.
A convergence of cultures from around the world, the Dizengoff Food Fair offers a taste of everything. Every Thursday and Friday present the opportunity to expand your culinary horizons. Allow the enticing aromas of the stalls to guide you through the maze that is Dizengoff Center. This fair offers something for everyone, much like Israel, from children to the elderly, and sit-down snacks to takeaway weekend meals. For those who do not have the time to visit the seemingly endless array of culinary delights across the country, this fair provides an opportunity to taste a bit everything, from Druze food to Italian cuisine.
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