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Chang Sea

In Jiuzhaigou Natural Zone, China
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Many more places here , so spend more time at the end of the trip

Here is the tree that u always see it in the advertisement or magazine. The blue of the lake is... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Hong Kong, China
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Chang Sea

I checked on the map, this lake is the biggest and longest lake out of all the lakes here. Maybe... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
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“wooden steps” (2 reviews)
“bus stop” (2 reviews)
“long lake” (2 reviews)
In Jiuzhaigou Natural Zone, China

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Here is the tree that u always see it in the advertisement or magazine. The blue of the lake is amazing. Yes! Worth stopping here for few photos Yes it many lakes like that on the way too:)

Thank evawongbaby
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I checked on the map, this lake is the biggest and longest lake out of all the lakes here. Maybe that’s why the name Long Lake was given. In early March the lake was still covered with snow and surrounded with snow covered mountains. We...More

Thank faithandhope2live
Reviewed January 23, 2017

One of the bigger lake in the valley. It is just as grand as the rest. The view from the boardwalk in the left direction offers a picturesque view of the valley. Not much walking required for this stop.

Thank JohnWong56
Reviewed November 10, 2016

Chang means 'long' in Chinese. This crescent-shape lake is at the top of the road. There is no water that flows into this lake. The source is mainly from the melted snow and underground from the mountains. This is also the biggest and deepest lake...More

Thank ROCruiser
Reviewed May 31, 2016

I were here where the picture is, actually i do love the frame, looks like a famous photo frame. Amazing.

Thank luhe05
Reviewed March 29, 2016

This is lake is the topmost point of the left Y, you can get there by bus from the Tourist center. The plank way there is closed during off season. I recommend taking photos directly near the shore, you can get there via wooden steps...More

Thank Anna J
Reviewed February 15, 2016 via mobile

We came here in winter so the lake was frozen. It also wasn't as sunny here as it was on the east side of the park. The altitude caused us some serious headache and dizziness. We walked down immediately and were relieved when we found...More

Thank Mer v
Reviewed December 21, 2015

this is exactly what my dream scene. the view is breath taking. visited in autumn. please see picture because i have no better words to describe.

Thank Jimmylee1982
Reviewed June 26, 2015

Place with highest altitude in Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve, so naturally this should be one of the two places to start the journey in the park. Walk from highest point downwards is much easier. From here, one can see snow-capped mountains in the distant.

1  Thank kwoong
Reviewed June 1, 2015

Literally the best part of JiuZhaiGou, big sea, rainbow streaking across the waves, fantastic view. Stayed here for 20mins to soak in nature at its finest.

Thank Shaun J
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