Chayu in Chamdo, Tibet
People always liken Chayu “the Jiangnan of Tibet”. Because of its wet subtropical climate of south Himalaya and lower latitude than Suzhou and Hangzhou, Chayu has very pleasant natural conditions where a large variety of plants can grow.
Its complex physiognomy consists of high peaks, deep valleys, snow mountains and grasslands. The northwest part of Chayu is higher than the southeastern side. Chayu boasts a number of rivers like the Nu River, the Chayu River and Qingshui River etc. that mostly originates from the snow mountains.
From the ancient time it has been a pleasant place for residence and enjoyed a reputation as the immortal land in the human world and “the Jiangnan of Tibet”.
It boasts a variety of tourist attractions that includes forests, waterfalls, lakes, grasslands, glaciers and snow mountains. Its abundant species, complex topography, unique climate give rise to the formings of many scenic spots such as the Jigong hot spring, the Dongcong Cold spring. As a shining pearl on the snowy Tibet Plateau, Chayu is obviously a top choice for explorers and photographers.
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