Shangzhi (Chinese: 尚志; pinyin: Shàngzhì) is a county-level city under the jurisdiction of Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang province, People's Republic of China. It is 127 kilometres (79 mi) away from central Harbin and has an area of approximately 9,000 km (3,500 sq mi). The city proper has a population of around 120,000, while the total administrative population is approximately 600,000 inhabitants. The most spacious county-level division of Harbin City, it borders Yanshou County to the north, Wuchang to the southwest, Acheng District to the northwest, and Bin County to the northwest, as well as the prefecture-level city of Mudanjiang to the southeast.
Restaurants in Shangzhi
3.5 based on 65 reviews
It will never be an international Ski Resort. The hotel Staff cannot speak any word English and don't care about international guests. The "Resorts" don't accept international credit cards like Visa or MasterCard.
The hotels don't accept and care about booking.com confirmations. The Snow Spring Resort told me one week after booking confirmation, that they don't have the booked rome for me or I have to pay 300rmb more. I cancelled and booked another one an when I arrived at 11:00 they told I cannot check in before 12:00.
After coming back from Skiing at 16:00 the told me they cannot give me the room, they fully booked even I confirmed in advance to come. After negotiations the transfer me to the ramshackle dirty "Windmill Resort".
The service at the ski rental place is also very poor but the costs are very high.
Even the tracks are not that bad I will never come back to Yabuli !!!
4 based on 15 reviews
Some friends went here for a day trip and the hike was very nice but kind of long. We didn’t bring food but the locals have climbed up the mountain before you and have set up little vending quarters. Now the views are great but it was very disappointing to see the amount of trash that other hikers have thrown. It is a shame because it does make for a nice outing otherwise.
3.5 based on 10 reviews
No or Low skilled skier going to high level mountain. Accident happened all the time. People with low hazard awareness or may be life is cheap in China, everyday I see and heard someone crashed into people because the person was not able to stop. A lot of beginner just learn to ski a day then challenge oneself by going to intermediate or even advance ski.
2 based on 2 reviews
This Hotel is very old & not maintained. The carpets are old and basically just odd bits laid everywhere. Room cleaning consists of sweeping the floor a little and taking the rubbish out. No one speaks English & the only way to communicate is through some girl via Text messaging. The Restaurant is of poor quality. The mini store is expensive and has little to no fresh food. The beds were clean though & the shower was good although a little weird.
I would recommend paying more and staying at Club Med, you have to take a bus to the Ski Field from the Windmill, there is no timetable & no information given about this.
Basically Yabuli is a rip off and not worth the time taken to go there. We met several other foreigners while we were there and no one was happy with the standard of the Hotel or the Standard of the Ski Field. Even trying to escape this Hotel & have dinner at the Yabuli International Convention & Exhibiton Center ended up being the worst service in a restaurant we have ever experienced in China. Be prepared to get ripped off!!
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