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Family Travel, Off the Beaten, Winter Wonderland


  • Hike Tianchi Lake’s Western Slope away from hordes of holidaymakers
  • Authentic cultural experience at China’s last remaining Manchu wooden village
  • Discover strange geological formations at Swan Lookout scenic area
  • Get close to Yalu River right at the North Korean border
  • Winter bonuses: VIP Wilderness Kitchen and rime rafting

Straddling between China and North Korea, the Changbai mountain range is a cinematic blend of natural and cultural diversity.

Designed to avoid the North Slope tourist crowd, we hike up the West Slope which offers less obstructed and closer look of the iconic Tianchi Lake. Additionally, we visit the Swan Lookout for its impressive geological features, China’s last remaining Manchu wooden village in Jinjiang and the border bridge to North Korea.

Changbaishan is good all year round. The rainier Jun-Aug showcases blooming wildflowers, Oct-early Nov brings rioting autumn colours, while mid-Nov to mid-Apr turns the area into winter wonderland.


SGD 2,580 Per Person

5 Days 4 Nights
Suitable for Family


Day 01 Arrival in Changbaishan

Arrival in Changbaishan

Upon arrival, we transfer via Jinjiang Wooden House located just 2.5km south of Manjiang Town, before reaching your hotel to rest. Well-preserved for over 80 years, it is China’s last remaining Manchu wooden village. You can observe folk performances and Manchu costumes.

Day 02 Changbaishan

Breakfast included

Avoiding the usual tourist crowd, let us whisk you to the less explored West Slope Scenic Area. Journey through the forested mountains into the bottom of Tianchi (Heaven Lake), where you will begin your 1,400-step ascent. The viewpoint is closer and less obstructed than the more touristy North Slope. Continue to Jinjiang Canyon with 45-minute plank walk to observe rock formations and calming sound of the flowing river. Between Jun-Aug, we replace Jinjiang Canyon with Alpine Garden for beautiful wooden hiking trail decorated by blooming alpine wildflowers.

Day 03 Changbaishan

Breakfast included

A famous saying has it that there is Jiuzhaigou in the South and Shivdaogou to the North. Today, we explore the off-beat Wang Tian’e (Swan Lookout) Scenic Area in Shivdaogou, characterized by strange volcanic basalts, gurgling rivers and waterfalls. While it remains beautiful year-round, it is especially famous for its rioting autumn colours and frozen winter hinterland. We also visit Changbai–Hyesan International Bridge which connects China to North Korea over the Yalu River. If you are lucky, you might be able to spot North Koreans who live in Hyesan washing clothes or going by their folk customs by the river.

Day 04 Changbaishan

Breakfast included

Enjoy unique water rafting experience (40m). During summer, the rafting experience is an excellent escape from the heat. During winter, if the temperature plummets below -20 degree Celsius in the early morning, both sides of the banks turn into a spectacle of rime trees. If you are visiting during winter, enjoy a farewell dinner of VIP Wilderness Kitchen snow feast in a dense forest next to a lake. Authentic ingredients are sourced directly from nature and booked in primitive Manchu Ula hot pot and grilled in traditional style.

Day 05 Departure from Changbaishan

Departure from Changbaishan
Breakfast included

After checking out, we will transfer to the airport for your onward journey or flight home. If departure time permits, you can add one of the following optional winter activities at extra cost:

  • Snowmobile
  • Ice fishing
  • Horse sleigh

Hotels & Tour Price

Category 1

Indicative Cost Per Person (SGD)

Minimum 2 Pax S$2,980
Minimum 4 Pax S$2,580
Single Supplement S$500


The View Changbai Mountain - MGallery (Deluxe Mountain View Room)

An intimate boutique hotel just 25 minutes’ drive away from Changbaishan airport and 30 minutes from the Western Slope.

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Category 2

Indicative Cost Per Person (SGD)

Minimum 2 Pax S$5,580
Minimum 4 Pax S$4,980
Single Supplement S$2,450


Hyatt Regency Changbaishan (Regency King)

Inspired by North American mountain lodges, this resort incorporates high roofs, stone textures and leather sofas. Atmospheric residence-styled rooms start from 45sqm, most of which comes with a private balcony. There are 4 restaurants and bars offering both Chinese and Western delicacies with stunning mountain sceneries. Other facilities include spa, indoor pool and outdoor heated mineral pool.

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Category 3

Indicative Cost Per Person (SGD)

Minimum 2 Pax S$6,980
Minimum 4 Pax S$6,380
Single Supplement S$3,440


Park Hyatt Regency (Park Room)

Hidden amongst dense birch forest spanning 28,000sqm, the resort comprises of a main building and nine private villas. The resort offers solemn interior with simple yet elegant design courtesy of JAYA & ASSOCIATES. You may want to dine in the semi-private Yuetang with traditional Chinese cuisine and exquisite views.

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  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis in hotel as stated on bed & breakfast basis
  • All transportation & transfer on an air-conditioned minivan
  • Local English-speaking or Mandarin-speaking expert guide in each city
  • All entrance fees in sights stated


  • International Airfare
  • Lunches & dinners
  • Beverages in restaurants where meals are included
  • Gratuities
  • Personal expenses e.g. telephone bill & laundry
  • Visa
  • Travel insurance


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