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Top Things to do In Xiahe 2020



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Labrang Monastery

Labrang Monastery

4.5/5798 Reviews
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Open from 8:00am-12:00am,2:00pm-5:00pm (Local time)
"Just a tip. There is an English speaking tour guide that sets off from the tour guide office at 10.15 every day. At the moment it is free but not sure about later. having a guide makes all the difference to understand how the monastery works.overall worth a visit if in this area of Gansu or North Sichuan province, but not worth making a special trip for"
Sangke Grassland

Sangke Grassland

4.2/5367 Reviews
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"🔸Sangke Grassland is located in Xiahe, Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Gansu Province, 18 kilometers southwest of Labrang Monastery in Xiahe County. Sangke grassland is a meadow grassland with an average elevation of over 3000 meters and a grassland area of 70 square kilometers. It is one of the main animal husbandry bases of Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. It has a small population and a large area, with only more than 4,000 herders. However, the grassland is vast and it is an extremely valuable natural tourist attraction. 🔸July-September is the peak tourist season. You can eat, live and play in the grassland. There are special Tibetan flavors such as milk tea, tsampa, Tibetan bags, and hand-caught lamb. There are also grassland tourism programs such as horses, yaks, shooting, and bonfire parties. Visitors can enjoy the mysterious and simple Tibetan customs here. 🚗We went during the National Day. There are golden grasslands on both sides of the road, so you can watch the grassland scenery along the way. The G316 national highway is about 50km in the Sangke grassland section. There are scenery along the way. There are private cars on the side of the road from time to time, and there should be good scenery. You can park and take pictures, and walk and play along the way. ⚠️tips: On the Sangke grassland section, unlike other highways in Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, there are many viewing platform parking lots. When there are no temporary parking spots on the roadside, you should stop by one side in turn and pay attention to safety. You can walk and play while visiting Sangke Grassland, so don't drive too fast, so that you can stop and play when you see nice scenery. Sangke Grassland is close to Labrang Monastery and can be used as an incidental sightseeing spot for Labrang Monastery."
Gongtang Baota

Gongtang Baota

4.6/579 Reviews
City | ​​landmark
Open from 8:00am-6:00pm (Local time)
"🔸The Gongtang Pagoda was first built in 1805. It was created by the famous scholar of the Labrang Monastery III, Gongtangcang·Gongqutenbei Zhongmei. The original name is "The Great Golden Pagoda", because the pagoda contains welcome guests from Nepal. The immeasurable light Buddha statue (Amitabha) that was invited is very famous. 🔸In 1806, the Emperor Jiaqing of the Qing Dynasty gave a plaque "Buddha Guangpu Zhao". After the fourth and fifth generations of Gong Tangcang spent huge sums of money and repaired several times, they reached a perfect and sacred state in the architectural and religious sense. 🔸The pagoda has gone through a hundred years of vicissitudes and was unfortunately destroyed by the "Cultural Revolution". In 1980, after the Labrang Monastery was opened to the outside world, the VI Gongtang Tangcang Tenbei Wangxu worked hard to revitalize the ancestral style, promote education and benefit the people, and worked hard. With the support of the state, overseas Chinese and religious people, in 1991 On February 8, 2008, he personally presided over the clean ground ritual and started the reconstruction. 🔸After two and a half years, in July 1993, a consecration ceremony for eternal existence was held on the special festival of Buddha Shakyamuni’s first turning of the wheel of the Dharma. 📕Gongtang Pagoda is an important place of Labrang Monastery, and it is also a main attraction for visiting Labrang Monastery. Visiting Labrang Monastery is free, and Dengongtang Pagoda requires a fee of 20 yuan. Starting from June 2020, the scenic spots in Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture are free, so currently climbing the pagoda is also free."
Baiyun Ecological Garden

Baiyun Ecological Garden

5/51 Reviews
Open from 8:00am-10:00pm (Local time)
"The dining environment in the Eco Garden is particularly good, dining among the flowers, plants and trees. The food tastes good and the price is affordable,"
Wutun Xiasi

Wutun XiasiNearby City

4.3/529 Reviews
Open from 8:00am-6:00pm (Local time)
"Wutunxia Temple is located in Tongren County. It is not very big. Tickets are 30 yuan per person. But Wutunxia Temple is very beautiful, especially a very large Buddha statue was built in front of the temple. It is very special. The temple is not very big. There are also monks here. When you enter the monastery, there will be a special reception lama to show you around. When we went there, many temples were being built, so we only went to 3 of them. The whole journey can take 1 hour. Special reminder: Although this is the hometown of thangkas, the society is different now. The water of thangkas is very deep. Don't buy it lightly if you don't understand the emotions, so as not to be deceived. The lama will also take you to buy the thangka. pay attention."
Mengda Tianchi

Mengda TianchiNearby City

4.2/567 Reviews
Open from 8:00am-6:30pm (Local time)
"In the province with the most salt lakes in the inland area, Mengda Tianchi is like the beautiful scenery of Taoism. With its unique style and light characteristics, it attracts many tourists and photographers for sightseeing and photography."
Longwu Temple

Longwu TempleNearby City

4.5/561 Reviews
Open from 8:00am-6:00pm (Local time)
"Longwu Town, the seat of Huangnan Prefecture Government. The Longwu River passes through the city. Longwu is a ‘Tibetan’. What do you mean, I didn't understand. At the foot of the western mountain in the town, Longwu Temple is built on the hillside, with a patchwork layout and magnificent decoration. Half of the old city is a temple, and I feel that everything serves the temple. In the Amdo Tibetan area, its scale, status, and influence are second only to Labrang Monastery in Gansu and Taer Monastery in Qinghai. Country four."
Hezuo Forest Park

Hezuo Forest ParkNearby City

3.9/529 Reviews
"Hezuo Forest Park is located in the southern suburbs of Hezuo City, Gannan Prefecture, Gansu Province, beside Xuhe Highway. It is 2 kilometers away from Hezuo City, 280 kilometers away from Lanzhou, an important town in the northwest, with an altitude of 2960m and covers an area of more than 8,800 acres. It is located in Labrang Temple-Hezuo Forest Park-Zecha Stone Forest-Gahai Migratory Bird Reserve-Huanglong Temple-Jiuzhaigou This is regarded as the most economical and most appreciated gold tourist route."
Wutun Shangsi

Wutun ShangsiNearby City

4/528 Reviews
"Regong, which means "golden valley" in Tibetan, is named after Regong, which originated at the Longwu River in Tongren County, Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province. For hundreds of years, the people of Regong have inherited the folk Buddhist painting art from religious temples for several generations. The large number of practitioners in the entire region and the exquisite group skills are breathtaking!"
Dadunxia Glass Bridge

Dadunxia Glass BridgeNearby City

2.3/522 Reviews
Glass Skywalk
"It is worth a visit, the scenery is pleasant, that is, the project tour ticket in the scenic area is a bit expensive, and college students get student IDs and do not give half the price. Others are ok. There is a bus to pick up and drop off the scenic spot until 7 pm." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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