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- Donk -- (4-5 days Tour Guide)

2018-03-19 01:36:00

This article is more suitable for friends starting from Langmu Temple road trip yo, but a lot of information is also suitable for general tourists. How do I get there from Langmu Temple? This road is a long way, even if you drive all the way, you have to walk 550 kilometers, nearly 16 hours by car. However, this long journey can be described as wonderful, walking on the classic "Jiuzhai Grand Circle Line", you can enjoy different styles, fantastic scenery. The vastness of the grassland, the magnificence of the Yellow River, the beauty, the elegance of the Qiang Village... Before you know it, you will be fascinated by the scenery of this line, and you may end up spending more time on this road than the line itself. Don't rush back! It's all on the road.


Route 1 (via Miyaro and Taoping Qiang Village) Langmu Temple - 85km - 49km - Huahu Lake - 106km - Tangke (the first bay of the Jiuqu Yellow River) - 80km - 168km - Miyaro - 60km - 40km - Taoping Qiang Village - 17km - 134km - Route 2 (via) Langmu Temple - 85km - 49km - Huahu Lake -- 106km -- Tangke (the first bay of the Jiuqu Yellow River) -- 80km -- 208km -- 17km -- Chuanzhu Temple -- 40km -- 176km -- 329km -- 134km --


The Flower Lake is located in the heart of the wetland, 35 km north of the county seat. The lake has lush reeds, grassland and wetland scenery, and the lake is in full bloom with small white flowers. The most suitable season to go to the flower lake is from May to July every year, when the sun is full of flowers around the lake. When the rainy season begins in August, the water is flat. It is best to pay attention to the weather before going to flower lake, if it continues to rain, some roads may be washed away and cannot be reached. Tangke Yellow River nine first bay: located in the county Tangke Township west of 9 kilometers, here into the Yellow River, forming a huge momentum. The river is wide and winding, and the tortuous river water divides countless rivers, islands, and water islands, which are known as "the solemn phantom in the universe". It is best to shoot the first bay of nine songs in the sunset, climb a high slope on the side of the road, facing the west, and the sky after the sun falls into the horizon is the best time to shoot. Many people near the first bay of the Jiuqu Yellow River will have high resistance, remember less exercise and more preparedness here. As the name suggests, that is, the Red Army walked through the grassland, because the Long March was the Red Army had passed through the snowy mountains and grasslands here. There are vast and magnificent wetland grassland scenery, imposing snow mountains and forests, as well as colorful Tibetan customs. Moon Bay: As it flows through the grassland, it draws a beautiful arc one after another, just like the meniscus, and the beautiful scenery of the water and sky of the Moon Bay at sunrise and sunset makes people drunk. Moon Bay is about 2 km from the county seat and can be reached on foot. Yogurt: In, and other places can see the sale of yogurt, passenger transport has a sell yogurt, you can taste. Miyalo & Markom Miyalo: Tibetan meaning "fun dam", is hidden in the mountains unknown to people in China's largest area, the best landscape of red leaf scenic spot. Bipeng Gully, about 35 kilometers from Miaro, is also a good place to enjoy the scenery on foot in golden autumn. Markon: Miaro is on the way to Markon, and it's a bit of a detour to Markon (about 88KM, 2 hours). You can go to see Malkangmu, Zhuoke Tusiguan village, Boringasa site and so on. Taoping Qiang Village is the only well-preserved Qiang village in the world. The tawny stone houses along the steep hill slope by slope on the base, the pillbox stands in abundance, known as the mysterious "ancient castle". But now it's becoming a little commercial. This "plateau", although most of the monuments have been wiped out and the walls have been restored, there are still ancient city gates and several ancient buildings. Stop for a moment, you can feel this heavy and spiritual. Kawamuji Temple Kawamuji Temple is a three-way road to the airport, and it is similar to a transit station. There is a shuttle bus to 、、、、 from Kawajuji. There is a Red Army Long March monument park in town, if you change here, you can take a look. The large scale, the structure of the strange, colorful surface travertine landscape as the main scene. Terraces like layers of scattered upward color pool, reflecting the fantastic color, colorful; The water in the shallows is flowing, the sun is shining, and the crystal is clear and bright; Under the water lay a thin layer of pale yellow moss, set foot in the beach flow, as if entering the fairyland of Yao Chi. It is a branch ditch in the upper reaches of the ditch, named after the nine Tibetan villages. At an altitude of more than 2 kilometers, it is spread all over the primitive forest, and 108 lakes are distributed in the ditch, which has the reputation of "fairy tale world". Jiuzhai return does not look at the water, here the river lake waterfall flying and quiet combination, one color, endless changes, beautiful to make people speechless. One of only four Qiang populated counties, come here to trace the ancient Qiang culture, look for rare flowers and exotic animals in the virgin forest that covers the sky and the sun, and more importantly, discover the power of rebirth in the earthquake ruins. Shuimo Town: a small town full of Qiang customs, after the 5.12 earthquake, Shuimo ancient town rebuilt "Chan Shou old street, Shou, Qiang city" three major areas. Ancient streets abound, customs overflow, known as the first town to rebuild after the earthquake.


Tips · Weather area day and night temperature difference is large, and the weather is changeable, often wind and rain suddenly appear. Be sure to bring cold clothes, umbrellas, raincoats, rain shoes, in case of emergency. In sunny days, the sun is hot, UV strong, must have a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses and other sunscreen products. Grassland, hilly landforms are all over, a rainy day, the road is extremely muddy, some sections will be difficult to walk, be sure to check the weather conditions before going out. Travel area is sparse, scattered attractions, inconvenient transportation, conditions are recommended chartered travel, for safety and funding considerations, it is best to partner, both can share the fare, can also take care of each other. In the northwest is allowed to smoke by car, so if you take the bus, you must occupy the window vantage point, ensure that the window can be opened, on the one hand to enjoy the scenery along the way, on the other hand, you can ensure that all the way to get fresh air.


Customs and Taboos The Tibetan people believe in Buddhism. When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Please respect local customs. 1. Offering Hada is the highest etiquette of Tibetan hospitality, expressing warm welcome and sincere respect for guests. Hada is mainly white, but also light blue or light yellow, and is generally about 1.5 meters to 2 meters long. The best is blue, yellow, white, green, red multicolor hada, used for the highest and most solemn ceremonies such as Buddhism; 2. When drinking butter tea, the host pours the tea, and the guest can take it over when the host holds it in front of him with both hands; When refilling, guests must tilt the tea bowl forward with both hands to show respect; 3. Religious facilities such as monasteries, mani mounds, pagodas must be detoured from left to right, while Bon monasteries should be counter-clockwise (rare); It is not allowed to cross the ritual instruments and braziers, and it is not allowed to reverse the channel and the channel wheel. 4. When entering the temple, it is taboo to smoke, touch the Buddha, turn the sutra, and play the bell and drum. Religious objects such as amulets and rosaries worn by lamas are not allowed to be touched. In the temple to be quiet, the body should be upright when seated, do not sit on the seat of a living Buddha; 5. Tibetans generally do not eat fish, shrimp, chicken and eggs, do not reluctantly persuade to eat, but now many Tibetans have begun to eat; 6. Taboo others touch the top of the head with their hands; 7. When receiving guests, whether walking or talking, always let guests or elders first, and use honorific, such as adding a word after the name: "la" to show respect and kindness, and avoid calling them by their names. Greet guests with a bow and a smile on your face. Sitting indoors, you should sit cross-legged, not straight legs, feet facing people, not looking around. Accept a gift with both hands. When giving gifts, you should bow and raise your hands over your head. When serving tea, wine and cigarettes, serve them with both hands. Fingers should not be placed in the mouth of the bowl.


Background · Geographical Climate · Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture is one of the ten Tibetan autonomous Prefectures, located on the northeast edge of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, connected with Prefecture in the south, Prefecture and Prefecture in the southwest, and province, Prefecture and Prefecture in the east and north. With a total area of 45,000 square kilometers, it is located in the transition zone between the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and the Loess Plateau, with high terrain in the northwest and low terrain in the east. The elevation of the territory is 1100-4900 meters, and most areas are above 3,000 meters. Divided into three natural types of areas, for the Mindi mountains, a group of mountains, deep mountain gully, relatively mild climate, is one of the important forest areas in the province; The east is hilly and mountainous, cold and wet, agriculture, forestry and animal husbandry; The northwest is a vast meadow grassland, which is the main pastoral area of the province. Hezuo City, the capital of the state, is 2960 meters above sea level, with an average temperature of 1.7 ° C and no absolute frost-free period.


History in the summer, Shang, Zhou and Spring and Autumn Warring States period belongs to the ancient Xiqiang. The Qiang people are the predecessor of the Qiang people. At that time, the Qiang people had a wide range of activities, from Huangtou in the west to the region in the east, to the south and northwest, and to the region in the north. It is one of the main birthplace and activity areas of the Qiang people, and they have lived and multiplied here for generations, and left a large number of precious relics and relics. In the 37th year of Duke Mu of Qin (623 BC), the state of Qin expanded westward, extending its territory for thousands of miles, and entering the territory of Qin today and today. In the sixth year of Yuan Yuan of Emperor Wudi of Han Dynasty (AD 111), the Han Army invaded the Qiang people in Hehuang and set up a Qiang commander in Hehuang. The eastern region was officially incorporated into the feudal dynasty's county system, and the county is now a county, while the western region is still the land of the Qiang people. During The Three Kingdoms period, the eastern part of the state belonged to the State of Wei. After 247 AD Dieshan south of the Shu State. At the beginning of the 4th century AD, Tuyuhun since the end of the western Jin Dynasty (313), Dulong and west, to the Taohe River basin, founded in the county and Qiang land, to the Tang Longshuo three years (663) for the Tubo destroyed. The "South Silk Road" opened up by the Tuyuhun people became the main road of communication between the Western regions and India, and enhanced the exchanges between different nationalities. In the 7th century, after Songtsan Gambo unified the High Yuan and established the Tubo Dynasty, Tubo officially occupied Tao Prefecture and ruled most of Ganqing until 1073 AD, and the state territory was under Tubo jurisdiction. It has made great contributions to the development of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and Sino-Tibetan relations, and the famous Tang-Tibet Ancient Road has passed through it. In 998 AD, the Tubo people in Hehuang Valley established Jiao Sishu regime, known as "King Zongka" in Tibetan history, and most of the region was under its jurisdiction. According to historians, Gangaszrou (the existing site) was built by the regime of the emperor. Jiao Sizhao adopted the strategy of "uniting Song and resisting Summer", initiated the tea horse trade, opened the "South Silk Road", and developed the relations between Han and Zang. In the 13th century, the Mongols entered the Tibetan Plateau and incorporated the plateau into the territory of the Mongol Khanate, and the Yuan Dynasty set up the Tubo Xuanwei Governor's office in Hezhou, which was within its jurisdiction. Ming Dynasty in the south of the Qing Dynasty, the west of Sichuan set up a command of the department, the total Tibetan affairs, the territory of the state by its jurisdiction. In the 17th century (1636), the Mongols of Erut moved to Qingzang Plateau from the north and became the ruling ethnic group on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. The western part was within its jurisdiction. To the early years of the Qing Yongzheng Luo Bu Zangdan law failed against the Qing Dynasty, by the Qing Dynasty to command the division of the total jurisdiction of Hezhou, Dugan, Maszang three guards, the west for the Xunhua Hall. During the Republic of China, it was under the jurisdiction of the province. In 1927, it was established as a district, and in 1928 it was changed to a county. The Administration was established in 1927. After the founding of the People's State of China, the autonomous region was established in Lableng in October 1953 and changed into a Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in July 1954. The state capital is in Cooperation. There are 24 ethnic groups in the prefecture, including Tibetan, Han, Hui, Tu, Li, Bai, Miao, Manchu, Uygur, Kazak, Oroqen, Tujia, Dong, Buyi, Zhuang, Xibe, Hani, Sala, Manchu and Mongolian, with a total population of 608,100. 367,000 Tibetans, accounting for 54.0% of the total population, are mostly Tibetans and Kangba Tibetans, and the area is famous for its beautiful Tibetan music and singing. The Tibetan people in the "Three Rivers and one River" valley, due to the differences in living environment and geographical conditions, have formed their own distinctive folk customs. The major monasteries based on Labrang Temple the 13th day of the first month drying Buddha Festival, the 14th day of the first month jumping God Festival, the 15th day of the first month butter lamp meeting, the Dafa meeting in July and October, Tibetan opera and other Buddhist activities attract many tourists, the annual grassland incense Wave Festival, jockey club and ethnic games, Boyu Flower Festival, Gully Water Festival, Lantern Festival Songpeng Lantern Festival, mountain flower Festival, ten thousand people tug-of-war, arrow Festival and other novel and unique activities, at the same time, in many aspects of marriage, funeral, living, eating, etiquette and cultural activities, contains both similar and different unique folk customs with other Tibetan areas. Religious culture · In which diverse cultures blend with each other, civilization has a long history in its own unique form. It is called "small" and is represented by Tibetan Buddhist culture. At the top of the mountains and in the depths of the grasslands, there are temples with golden roofs and red walls everywhere. The rotating sutras, pagodas, prayer flags, archlests and Lamaist mounds have also been scattered in every corner of the grasslands, becoming a unique cultural landscape on the plateau. This land covers an area of 45,000 square kilometers, there are a total of 12l Tibetan Buddhist monasteries and monasteries, practicing tens of thousands of monks. Tibetan religious believers living here have long regarded prayer, pilgrimage, Buddha worship, and releasing animals as part of their lives. In such a strong religious atmosphere, you will truly touch the spiritual flow of Tibetan Buddhism, from the wind and rain across the plateau, to interpret the cultural emotions of the snowy nation. Here also preserves the complete Jianghuai heritage of the Ming and Qing dynasties, the cloth hairpins and the dialect slang, as if you were brought into the ancient Tun army immigration era. There is also a unique Muslim "communism" - Xidaotang, with its unique style, to show the other side of Islamic culture.