The mystery of Tibet is not only derived from its rich religious culture, but also the magnificent landscape. Compared to these well-known places, we would like to take you to see the villages and towns that are partial to each other, or the scenery, or the rich Tibetan style. In short, these places are very good. landscape!

Lu Lang’s place where people don’t want to be home

Lulang means “Dragon King Valley” in Tibetan, and is also known as “the place where people don’t want to be home.” It is located on the Sichuan-Tibet line more than 70 kilometers away from Bayi Town. It is known as the “Jiangnan of Tibet”. A narrow strip of typical high mountain meadows, streams and springs, thousands of wildflowers blooming in full bloom, wooden fences, wooden houses, wooden bridges and villages of farmers and herdsmen The patchwork has been made, and a quiet and beautiful Tibetan “mountain map” has been sketched. Maybe you don’t know Tibetan, but the kindness of the locals is the best communication.


The Millennium Wonders on the Ancient Tea Horse Road in Mangkang

Yanjing is the first stop of the ancient tea-horse road in Tibet. It has a unique ancient salt-making technique. The flat salt field is like a mirror and has a mysterious beauty. The work of making salt here is done by women, and their faces are prematurely engraved with the signs of the years.

It is worth mentioning that despite the water of the Lijiang River, the salt fields in the west bank of the Garda Village are red, while the salt fields in the Yanshui Village on the east bank are white, especially magical. The Catholic Church in Yanjing is the only Catholic church in Tibet.


Pushing the villages with the highest altitude in the world

At 5,070 meters above sea level, the “Push” village is located at the foot of the Mengdagang Snow Mountain, which is more than 300 kilometers southwest of Lhasa. It is the highest administrative village in the world, also called Pushwa Village. In the morning and evening, standing by the lake, overlooking the southern Shenshan Kulagang Day, the main peak of the Laganggangri Mountain Range, Ningjin, resists the sand, and the shocking sunrise and sunset is an unforgettable beauty for a lifetime. The documentary “The Third Pole” has been used here.


People coming to the ancient village glacier

This beautiful village called the ancient times squats under the mysterious ancient glaciers. If you look for it, you need to climb the slope, go through the lake, walk the mountain, and when you finally see it, I believe it is exhausted – but the beauty here will not disappoint you. Hundreds of households are scattered throughout the corners, and their houses have abandoned Tibetan traditional features, all of which are bright blue or pink roofs that are striking but not unobtrusive.


Jiangnan Picture in the Snowy Plateau of the Village

Entering the Nyingchi area, you can see at a glance. The scenery of snow mountains, grasslands, bushes, and arbor trees varies from one mountain to another. The snow-capped mountains surround the forest, and the greenery illuminates the flowers. The holy mountain is connected by the holy lake, and the forests cover the sun. In March-April, you must go to Taohuagou to see the Sichuan-Tibet line. The dense peach trees here are all wild, with an average age of more than 100 years. The blooming peach blossoms are small and dense, and they are the “Xiadu Taoyuan” written by Tao Yuanming.


Tochigi goes to the border mountain town of Nepal

Tochigi, a very lovely and beautiful town on the Tibetan border. Elm is located on the slope of the southern foothills of the Himalayas in the Sino-Nepalese border. From mainland China to Nepal, almost every visitor to Nepal will stay in Tochigi for at least half a day, change money, clear customs, find a car, by the way. Also enjoy this special border mountain town.


The beginning of the wrong time in the village

Located in the northeastern end of the “Basongcuo” Lake in Linzhi, Tibet, the village is backed by a majestic snow-capped mountain – the “burning flame”, facing the warm and flowing “Basongcuo” lake; a black-necked crane and a red-breasted duck The wetland of the snow pigeons slowly spread from the village to the lake. Basongcuo Gaogao Village is the only village in Gongbu District that has completely preserved the layout of traditional Tibetan villages, residential architecture, customs, culture and beliefs. The earliest building has a history of 450 years.


A small village on the edge of the blue lake in Wenbu South Village

Wenbu South Village. It is an original ecological village in northern Tibet. It is located in the beautiful side of the mountain. The water in the lake is pure and the sun can penetrate into the end. The snow-capped mountains are like a string of white pearls, lined with blue. The lake is beautiful. During the day, I watched the sky and clouds, and I watched the stars in the night, forgetting the time, just remembering that you are the most beautiful.


The winds of Nepal drifted through the villages of Jilong

Nai Cun in Tibetan means “the holy land on the top of the mountain”. This mountaintop holy land is also a natural Tiancheng viewing platform. There are snow mountain glaciers, Yunfeixia, grassland wetlands and pagodas. Standing in Nai Village, you can see many snow-capped mountains in China and Nepal, which are cool and refreshing, and the scenery is beautiful. The forest is dense and beautiful, and it is known as the “last secret of Tibet” and the “back garden of Mount Everest”.


Tumba Village is a long-established, fragrant and fragrant

The village of Tunba is deeply hidden in the depths of the mountains 200 kilometers west of Lhasa. The Yarlung Zangbo River, which flows thousands of miles, flows by its side. The meltwater on the snow-capped mountains forms a meandering stream, bringing the pure eyes of the snow-capped mountains to this ancient village. The old trees are towering, the streams are flowing, the grass is soft like a blanket, the sound of birds singing one after another, the scenery of the village is very beautiful. This place still retains the legendary process of Tibetan incense, Tibetan paper and engraving crafts that was invented by Tumi Sambuza.