For other places with the same name, see Jilin (disambiguation).

Jilin (吉林, Jílín)Province forms the central part of northeast China and is part of what was once known as Manchuria. Jilin borders Heilongjiang Province to the northeast Russia to the east, North Korea to the southeast, Liaoning to the southwest and Inner Mongolia to the northwest.

Location of Jilin province


Jilin contains eight prefecture-level cities and one autonomous prefecture:

Other destinations


Mandarin and Korean are spoken widely in this region.

Get in

Jilin province has two public airports, Yanji Airport (IATA: YNJ) and Changchun Longjia International Airport (长春龙嘉国际机场) (IATA: CGQ). Each receives domestic flights as well as international flights from Seoul in South Korea. Changchun also has a route to Tokyo, Japan. Changchun City is 31 kilometres, and Jilin City is 71 kilometres form Changchun Longjia International Airport.


Landmarks and buildings

The Tomb of the General

Parks and nature

Museums and exhibitions


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