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22 Mar 2018
“Lots of shopping places around”
14 Apr 2017
“Shopping above ground and underground”
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Reviewed 22 March 2018

Shopping malls are located around this square but take note that most of them close early by 8 pm or 9 pm.

Thank debay60
Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

We walked both above ground in the newly erected department stores and had lunch at one of the popular beef noodles restaurant that was featured on CCTV; very authentic and reasonably priced. The underground shops were endless; mostly shoes and clothes. Wife loves the shopping...More

Thank retiredhaha
Reviewed 21 February 2017

i've spent a lo of time in Harbin and can his is you this is nothing. It's really not an attraction and i does have underground tunnel shopping if ou're looking for fake goods. Otherwise, don't go

Thank Jonathan5000
Reviewed 2 February 2017

My wife is from Harbin and she didn’t even want to take me here. She asked me why and I told her because it’s something to do and she said it isn’t. She was right. There’s not much to see or do. Yes, there is...More

Thank Daniel A
Reviewed 21 September 2016

Hongbo Square used to be home to the magnificent Russian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Nicholas, but no sports a truly ugly snow flake monument (if it can be called that). Underneath is a truly impressive underground mall housed in the city's old bomb shelters. The...More

1  Thank Jon T
Reviewed 1 September 2016

We visited this square while on a trip to the Heilongjiang Provincial Museum. It was originally named after the museum. It was the site of the Cathedral of Saint Nicholas which was destroyed during the chinese cultural revolution. There is underground shopping here in the...More

Thank Andrew M
Reviewed 13 March 2016

It is an underground shopping paradise. There is a lot of female , male clothings for sales. It is located near heilongjiang museum, free museum. Nearby Red Army street. A street full of ancient russian building good place to take photo. There is supermarket which...More

1  Thank Eunice2005_12
Reviewed 11 January 2016

Revisited here recently in May, Hongbo square features itself as a revolutionary type of square with the PLA kind of symbol on the summit of the square. Never thought that the underground/tube could also be beneath the square

Thank Laxiaozi08200912
Reviewed 21 November 2015

The underground shopping mall is actually a city by itself. I spent three days inside and still I have not seen all. It is also a big labrinth. Be ambitious enough to explore because you cannot imagine how big it actually is. This comes from...More

Thank Nicholas L
Reviewed 17 November 2015

Actually there is a old Russian church on the center of the road a long time ago, but finally it was burned down. Now this square become a commercial center that have either underground sale markets, big high-end shopping malls, five-star hotel and an important...More

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