Beihong Village in the extreme cold zone of minus 30 degrees is actually not cold. Enthusiastic villagers, steaming chickens stewed mushrooms, sitting in a horse-drawn carriage through a Russian-style town, the village under the moonlight slowly calmed down.
In the evening, basically no one will be outside, and it will be dark at about 5 o'clock in the morning. If you drive by car, you will arrive in the afternoon. The village will be very small and will soon be strolled. Then you will find a farmers meal and you will be happy. . It is recommended to send a postcard from the north in a Russian-style post office.
[Beihong Village] is located at the northernmost part of the Mohe River in Heilongjiang Province and is the northernmost village in China. Everything here is still very original, an undeveloped small village, very tasteful.
Wake up in the morning, I wandered around the village in a pleasant circle. The signs all the way are the northernmost, the northernmost supermarket, the most north primary school, the most northern station... very interesting. There are no noisy sounds like cars, but instead of cocks and shit. Without the pollution of automobile exhaust, it is replaced by the most rustic and rustic. Its especially comfortable to watch the smoke of the cooks. This kind of pure simplicity is exactly what I yearn for, simple and small.
Beihong Village - the true northernmost village in the geographical position, is the original village in China that has not been developed in the north. I heard that it was only five years since it was powered on. It was a short wooden house on the road and occasionally walked through several horse-drawn sleighs. The infrastructure has been a little better these years and the number of tourists has increased. Eat food in Beihong Village, and eat about seven or eighty per person. If you want to save money, you can buy some food in the local supermarket, the price is similar to Mohe County.
Located in Heilongjiang Province's Mohe County, Beihong Village is encircled by mountains to the north and south; the Heilongjiang River passes through the village from west to east. Surrounded by undeveloped primordial forests, the trees are numerous and lush. There are many wild berries to be found and wild animals such as wild boars, Siberian Roe Deer, snow rabbits, and hazel grouse. Within the forest, birds chirp and insects call. At the end of the summer visitors can pick wild berries and mushrooms.