Giant Cypress Nature Reserve of Bajie, Nyingchi

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Giant Cypress Nature Reserve of Bajie, Nyingchi

Giant Cypress Nature Reserve of Bajie, Nyingchi
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lrpjak
Princeton, NJ32 contributions
Nice walk
Jun 2019 • Friends
Nice, scenic walk. Pretty trees. Very organized set up. Clean. Nice walkways, lots of steps and platforms and seating
Written June 6, 2019
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KPC7
New York City, NY160 contributions
Big old trees
Jun 2019 • Friends
For cypresses, huge. And old. Cool looking and a nice setup with walkways around them. If nearby or you’re a dendrologist or
dendrophile, it’s a nice stop.
Written June 6, 2019
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purisu
Singapore, Singapore263 contributions
Just a Giant Tree
Sep 2018 • Friends
What else do you expect? It's few gigantic cypress trees in one area. Some of them are more than 3000 years old. Local folks believe walk around the giant tree will make your wish come true. The location was about 1 hour drive from Linzhi. It took about 30 minutes to walk around and take pictures with the trees. It could be faster than that. Around the trees you could find cows grazing and some black pigs but I don't think you are allowed to pet them.
Written October 9, 2018
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tibetanstravel
Lhasa, China100 contributions
the holy cypress tree for Tibetan imaginal and surprise for traveler
Jul 2018 • Business
the Giant cypress tree nature reserve at Nyingtri, this is a oldest tree in Tibet ,for Tibet see it is a holy tree ,the tree feature much be magic than others.
Written September 21, 2018
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Jeremy G
Singapore541 contributions
3000 year old tree
Oct 2015 • Friends
Certainly worth a visit to see a living thing that has been around for more than 3 thousand years. Other than that, there is nothing else to offer. But this place is not far the city centre, therefore dose not take much time to get there
Written October 17, 2015
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Dr.Francis hALDAR
Sydney, Australia122 contributions
different route to Tibet
Aug 2014 • Couples
Now most travellers are entering Tibet via Lhasa by air or train
at 3800m, my travel advisor nancy from tibet travel suggested
to land in Nyingchi, from Chengdu at 2200m, its on the eastern
province, China has built a brand new airport ,cost of 2 billion$
My wife and me were the only western travellar on the airbus320, the air port was so new cement was still white, our
guide and driver and the 4 wheel was there to greet us, the police knew we were coming , was welcome with a salute
taken to the police office ,we dint leave the vehicle, guide went to the office ,all documents were signed and began our journey,
the town is brand new , no english spoken , good food the town is built in a valley, we were there a few days and was driven to
Lhasa only 250km away , this will reduce the altitude sickness
and visit this place
Written July 23, 2015
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hkgus
Hong Kong269 contributions
The God of Tree
Jun 2014 • Couples
Huge cypress trees cover an area of 10 hectares on a mountain slope 3,040m above sea level. The largest cypress is famed as 'the Best of Chinese Cypress' with the height of 52m and trunk diameter of 5.8m. It is over 2,600 years old now and is named as King of the World's Cypress. Legend has it that the tree is the soul of the Bon ancestor Tonpa Shenrab Miwoche and is called "the God of Tree" by Tibetans. There are winding paths in the wood, pavilions and ecological protection facilities. Good for a walk in the wood and/or meditate below the King Cypress.
Written January 23, 2015
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Jawstin
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Meh
Jun 2013
Although the trees were old and big, the scenery was average comparing to the other sights in nyingchi county. Just a lot of the same type of tree.
Written June 7, 2013
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