In Tibet… there is a fairyland…

Namtso is located in the central part of the Tibet Autonomous Region. The “Namucuo” is Tibetan and the Mongolian name is “Tengger Sea”, which means “Tianhu”.

The beauty of Namtso must not be said, the holy blue lake, that is the nearest place of the centrifugal spirit…

Water and sky… Human beings are natural embellishments…

However, here, there is a secret, inaccessible, beautiful scenery, amazing.


It is north of Namtso, and the scenery is far more than hundreds of times the south of Zhaxi, where tourists often go.


Turn right from Namucuo Township Road, pass a few quiet lakes on the road, take a dirt road, climb a mountain, and reach this place called the iconic Tianmen.


The iconic Tianmen is named after a lake shaped like an elephant on the lake.

Here… there is a beautiful legend…

Legend has it that in the eighth century AD, the Tibetan king Akamatsu Dezan greeted the lotus master who had entered Tibet and promoted the law. After the Nianqing Tangla, he gave Namucuo to Nianqing Tangla and became a couple in Chado. Langka Island held a grand wedding ceremony. The night before the wedding, the Shimen, built by 108 gods and one night, was shaped like a statue from northeast to southwest. It was built for the aisle of Nyainqentangla Mountain. People call this stone gate the iconic Tianmen.


At night, staying at the lakeside caves, watching the stars and listening to the sound of the waves, forgetting all the troubles in the world…