Heilongjiang Province, in Northeast China opposite Russia, No matter by air, or by railway or by highway, it is very convenient in Heilongjiang. The rich water resources bring advantaged water traffic connecting Heilongjiang Province with Russia, Japan and South Korea.
There are 9 airports in Heilongjiang Province, situated in cities of Harbin, Tsitsihar, Mudanjiang, Kiamusze, Mohe, Heihe, Daqing, Yichun and Jixi. Among them, the Taiping International Airport in Harbin is one of eight biggest airports in China, and it is also the second largest international air harbour in China.
Harbin Taiping International Airport has schedule flights flying to major cities in China like Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Xiamen, Wenzhou, Shenyang, Dalian, and Hong Kong. It also operates schedule flights to the airports in Heilongjiang except the one in Daqing. In addition, the international airlines in Harbin Taiping International Airport also connect Harbin with some cities in Russia including Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Tschita and Vladivostok. Read more information about Harbin Flights, Harbin Flight Schedules and the Transportation in Harbin.
Mohe Airport in Mohe County is the northernmost airport in China. The main airline is running between Beijing and Mohe passing Harbin with one flight flying everyday. Check China Flight Schedules.
Due to the advantaged railway transportation, it is very convenient to travel by railway in Heilongjiang. The railway in Heilongjiang connects the province with foreign countries: Russia and North Korea; and other provinces in China: Jilin, Liaoning and Inner Mongolia. Heilongjiang is one of the first several provinces building railway. Travelers can get most places in Heilongjiang by trains, even small towns in Heilongjiang. Read detailed information about Harbin Railway Station or check China Train Schedules.
The coverage of highway traffic in Heilongjiang is very wide, with the coverage rate is up to 99%. There is expressway network covering 6 cities (Harbin, Mudanjiang, Kiamusze, Daqing, Suihua and Hegang) in Heilongjiang. If travelers want to visit those places like townlets or villages without railway traffic, they can get there by highway.
The rich water resources in Heilongjiang bring a great convenience to the province and Russia. Based on the Songhua River, the Heilongjiang River and the Wusuli River, the water transport network covers the whole province. The port of Harbin and the port of Kiamusze are the hubs of the water transportation network in Heilongjiang. The ship route on the Songhua River is the main line of the water traffic in Heilongjiang Province, and it is open to navigation from May to November every year. By water transportation, Harbin, Kiamusze, Qiqihaer, Heihe, Tongjiang and Fuyuan are connected with cities in Russia, like Khabarovsk, Komsomolsk and Blagoveshchensk. There are also steamships directly departing to Japan and South Korea.