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Ngari Attractions

Brief info of Ngari

In the west of Tibet, Ngari has an average elevation of more than 4,500 m, known as the roof the Tibet. For Ngari attractions have great mountains, beautiful lakes, vast grasslands and spectacular snow mountains. Also is sources for Major rivers in Indian Subcontinent. It was heart of the ancient kingdom of Guge. Also cradle of ancient Zhang-Zhung Civilization. Ngari has scarcely populated, but it is a paradise to wild yak and Tibetan antelopes. It has six counties.

There are national Protection Sites of the key Historical Relics, Ruins of the the Guge Kingdom and Toding Monastery; National Geographic Park, Tsada Earthen Forest. There is also Daba Temple, Manang Temple, Ruins of the Shangtse Castle. etc,

banggong tso Lake Tibet

Banggong tso Lake

Banggong Tso Lake, which means “the long, narrow enchanting lake” in the Tibetan language, is located on the way from Shiquanhe to Doima Township. It is also known as the “swan lake” of the border (it is the place where China borders the Indian Kashmir). It has an altitude of 4,241 meters, with a total...
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Rutok cliff-carving in Ngari

Ruthok Cliff Carving

Ruthok Cliff carvings are discovered in several places along the road from Sengay Tsangpo (Sutlej river) to Ruthok. Rinminthok cliff carvings on the side of the road are of the animals and figures. Simple and rough, they are full of vitality. Chenpo cliff carvings are rare to find and are 70 kilometers from Ruthok. Carved...
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Thoding Monastery in Ngari

Thoding Monastery

Thoding Monastery begen to be built in 996, and it is the first Buddhist Monastery constructed in Ngari Prefecture by Guge Kingdom. The murals of the Monastery can be called the unique paintings through the ages. the second dissemination of Buddhism is originated here. It affords a lot of precious material in kind for research...
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Zhada Earthen Forest in ngari

Zhada Earthen Forest

As a typical typography, Zhada earthen forest can be called an extraordinary master work of the nature. It is the sole one in China and the typical one in the world. it is most representative at both side of Langchen Tsangpo(Indus river). The Zhada earthen forest is 5,000 sq km in scale, while the kernel...
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Mount Kailash with blue sky

Mt Kailash

As the main peak of Gangdise Mountain, Mount Kailash (Gang Rinpoche) peak is 6.638 m above sea level. Over 250 glaciers around peak make it the sources of the Indus, Ganges and Yarlung Tsangpo rivers. In the west of Tibet you can find the most holy mountain in the world: Kailash. The mountain dominates the...
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Secret of Mount Kailash

Mapam Yutso lake

As one of the sacred lakes in Tibet and one of the highest fresh water lakes in the world, Manasarovar or Mapam Yutso lake is 4,586 m above sea level and 77 m deep, with an area of 412 sq km. on the slope of the mountain by the lake stands the Jiwu monastery, which...
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Guge kingdom - Lost kingdom of Tibet

Guge Kingdom

After Tibet Empire Collapse, Guge kingdom was born, It played important role from 10th century to 17th Century. However, a war in 1630 destroyed thw whole kingdom. The glory and vicissitudes of guge kingdom is still a riddle up to now. The surviving buildings of Guge kingdom are altogether 1,416 including caves, houses, watchtowers, ancient towers...
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