Harbin is back at it with its 31st installment of the ever-fantastical International Ice and Snow Festival, which opened its doors to the public yesterday. Take a look at some of this year’s attractions in photo-form if you’re not one to brave the frigid temperatures or endless swarms of human beings.
The Harbin International Ice Festival is one of the largest of its kind in the world, along with ice festivals in Sapporo, Norway and Quebec. This year’s event will run for over one month. You can find ticket info here.
Watch a video of some of the highlights below, courtesy of BBC.
[Images via ECNS]