PHOTOS Visitors try the world's longest ice slide in North East China

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Visitors try the world's longest ice slide in North East China

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11:46, February 18, 2019

Visitors from home and abroad enjoy the ice slide in Harbin, capital of Northeast China's Heilongjiang Province.

The 320-meter-long slide is said to be the world’s longest ice slide. It takes people 40 seconds to get to the bottom.

The slide, located in the Ice and Snow World, is part of the 35th Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival.

Due to its popularity, visitors need to wait up to three hours to have a try on the slide.

The visitors can check the wait time on an app.

The festival opened on January 5 and will close at the end of February.

Visitors enjoy the ice slide in Harbin.

Visitors enjoy the ice slide in Harbin.

Visitors enjoy the ice slide in Harbin.

Visitors enjoy the ice slide in Harbin. (Photos: chinanews.com; Compiled by Huang Jingjing)

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