The National Gate
Located on the Russian border, the National Gate is a door-like white building 30 metres high and 40 metres wide. The international railway passes through it.
From the Gate, there are interesting views of the town of Krasnokamensk on the Russian side.
Adjacent is the Red Passage Museum. The exhibits there show the strategic importance of Manzhouli when Chinese-Russian Communist revolutionaries regularly travelled between Moscow and Beijing.
Matryoshka Square embodies and blends the three regional cultures of China, Russia and Mongolia.
The main building is a 30-metre-high Russian matryoshka doll, which holds the world record as the largest doll in the world.
When visitors reach the centre of the square, they can see the stunning artwork painted upon each of the matryoshka. Each of the three Russian dolls is painted with the images of Chinese, Russian and Mongolian
Look out for the spectacular light and fountain show in the square every evening at 9pm.
Manzhouli Wedding Palace
Located up on the high ground in Manzhouli Botanical Garden, Manzhouli Wedding Palace is a unique building.
Covering an area of 3,000 sqm, the European designed church features a worship hall, reception room, sightseeing lift and tourist tower. The romantic atmosphere of the Wedding Palace attracts hundreds of newlyweds every year.
Manzhouli Sino-Russian Inter-Trade Tourist Area
Manzhouli Sino-Russian Inter-Trade Tourist Area was established in 1992 as the only state-level cross-border development zone. It is also a scenic spot.
The area consists of an export processing zone, an integrated industrial park, and a travel and trade zone.
The area's main industries are export processing, trading and tourism, and warehouse logistics.