Dàolǐqū (Old Harbin)
Built in 1906, this mosque is no longer operating and is closed to visitors, but you can take a peek from the outside.
For afternoon tea or coffee head to this slightly over-the-top cafe occupying two floors of a heritage building on Shangzhi Dajie. Enter...
Old Chang’s Spring Rolls
At this well-known basement spring roll shop, order a set of roll skins (per roll ¥2), a few plates of meat and vegetable dishes, and...
Dàolǐqū (Old Harbin) information
The cobblestone street of Zhongyang Dajie is the most obvious legacy of Russia's involvement with Hā'ěrbīn. Now a pedestrian-only zone, the street, and those nearby, are lined with buildings that date back to the early 20th century. Some are imposing, others distinctly dilapidated, but the mix of architectural styles is fascinating.