World's largest indoor ski resort opens to public
Updated : 2017-07-04
By Guo Kai ( chinadaily.com.cn )
There's a new wonderland to beat the summer heat. The world's largest indoor ski resort has officially opened to the public in Harbin, capital of the Northeast China's Heilongjiang province, on Friday.
The resort, Harbin Wanda City, covers 6,000 square meters. The indoor ski resort is 487 meters long, 150 meters wide and 114.5 meters high.
And it has six ski runs, with a vertical drop of 80 meters. Around 3,000 visitors can use the facility at the same time.
More than 30,000 workers have worked more than three years to complete the project on June 6, said a manager of the building company China Construction Second Engineering Bureau Ltd.
Harbin’s Xiangfang district is bringing city administration into the digital age, establishing the first WeChat city administration monitoring platform in Heilongjiang province.
Harbin has issued a guideline to promote the rapid and sound development of its advertising industry.
The Harbin government has issued new guidance to promote the integration of industrial development in the city's rural areas.
The Harbin city government will allocate 1 billion yuan ($1.45 billion) to a fund for supporting the industrial development of its New District.