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Siberian Tiger Park

#6 of 208 things to do in Harbin Features Animals
No.88 Songbei Street, Songbei District, Harbin 150028, China
+86 451 8808 0606
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No.88 Songbei Street, Songbei District, Harbin 150028, China
+86 451 8808 0606
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went to Siberian Tiger Park on 11 May. From ibis (兆麟街Zhaolin Street) to Siberian Tiger Park cab fare was about ¥40. Took about 30mins to reach there. Met an interesting cab driver on our way to the Park who kept pestering us to pay...More

Thank Jedai79
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I have to say I was quite skeptical about this place initially. But this is quite an interesting park. It is mainly a bus ride through the various sections of this tiger park. But with so many tigers in the open, it was great fun...More

Thank AkuPakistani
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

We took a cab from Shangri-La hotel to the park, which the ride took us across the Songhua River (from South to the North, twenty five minutes, $35RMB) The entrance fee is $100 RMB per person with extra $20RMB to ride the bus without glass...More

1  Thank retiredhaha
Reviewed 18 March 2017

This was one of the highlights of our visit to China and far exceeded our expectations. We were lucky to be there mid winter when the tigers were in full winter coats and contrasting brilliantly surrounded in snow. The area they live in is vast...More

2  Thank Stan K
Reviewed 16 March 2017

Its great to see the tigers roaming freely. They look very healthy and big. They are also many in numbers.

1  Thank khiv869
Reviewed 8 March 2017

Feb 2016. Bus has lil windows and they warn you not to stick your hands/cameras outside them. A couple times when stopping for pix you'd open the window for clear pix/dirty windows, and you wouldn't even see a giant tiger sneak up from back of...More

1  Thank StewardessFl
Reviewed 6 March 2017

After all the reviews I had read,I was exciting live does to be droped by a truck,every Five minitue, or a host of two,so I was prepared!As for far Tigers,I didn't see a single one ,it says on the notice board,English spoken,special safari rides available,(and...More

Thank LORIAN65
Reviewed 1 March 2017 via mobile

Lot and Lot of Tigers ... Awesome place to encounter so many tigers at one place if time you must visit

Thank Puja M
Reviewed 24 February 2017

The tigers, lions and other cats are well taken care off and the facility looked very good too. You can see a lot of tigers and other cats. I did not like to see the cougars, leopards liger and younger tigers in the rusted small...More

Thank 491max
Reviewed 23 February 2017

Visited in Feb 2017 weil in Harbin for the ice festival. Seriously worth a visit. Fee 100RMB for a short van ride through the park, and then a walk back through a caged corridor at your leisure. They must have 100's of tigers, they were...More

Thank John O
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Hi previous visitors, does this place seem to be more of a genuine sanctuary, or more of a farm, that is selling skins and illegal tiger wine, while also making a bit of extra money from tourists on the side by saying it is there for conservation reasons? I read an article by the Washington Post - 'Tiger farms stoke Chinese demand for tiger wine and rugs, putting wild cats in peril' that describes places that do this and it makes me debate whether this is a similarly disgusting place?
24 February 2017|
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Response from snfahim | Reviewed this property |
Anon If there is such a thing about this park, it's definitely not very obvious. The cats seem to be very well taken care of; some of them are so fat and lazy they prefer idling next to the moving bus instead of moving... More
Is there an uppertunity to hold a tiger cub?
20 February 2017|
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Response from Andrew S | Reviewed this property |
To be honest, I'm not entirely sure. Based on everything we saw and where we went in the park I don't think there is. We saw tiger cubs while traveling throughout the park, but don't think they are able to be held. Sorry... More
Russell J
Can I ask how much the tickets are and are they open over Christmas many thanks
14 November 2016|
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