Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, situated in the southeast of Qinghai Province, rests at the first bend of the winding Yellow River, a land full of natural charm. It is home to numerous famous attractions, including Kanbula National Geological Park, Liujiaxia Reservoir, National-level Tangka Scenic Area, Tongren's historical and cultural city, Lungnu Temple, Nanzong Temple, Risho Sutra Wall, and Henan Holy Lake Nuanniancheng Cave.

Equally captivating is Huangnan's ethnic art, particularly the highly skilled and numerous artists from the Re-gong艺术的流派. Huangnan is renowned as the "Land of Painted Buddhas" and holds the record-breaking large-scale scroll painting, "Chinese Tibetan Artistic Culture and the Great Painting".

The natural landscapes and rich cultural heritage of Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture are a testament to the region's unique historical and cultural heritage. From the serene beauty of the Yellow River's first bend to the captivating art of Re-gong, Huangnan is a land that beguiles and beckons all who visit.

Whether you're exploring the captivating landscapes, soaking up the rich culture, or marveling at the masterpieces of Re-gong art, Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture is sure to leave a lasting impression. So pack your bags and prepare to be transported to this enchanting land where nature and culture merge into one captivating experience.

Best Travel Time

May October

Suggested playing days

1-2 days

Local climate

Plateau climate

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