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Travelling in Gansu

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Travelling in Gansu


I want to visit for 16 days: Xiahe, Tongren, Langmusi, Zhagana, Jiuzhaigou and Chengdu.

In Gansu I want to see othentic Tibetian villages and culture and explorer the nature around.

1. I heared about Jone (Chone Monastery) and Hezuo. Are those worth visiting? or not too much to see if I already go to Xiahe and Tongren?

2. Any other good uniqe villages/places to recommend that I can visit in the area? (Qinghai or Gansu)

Thank you!


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Sherbrooke, Canada
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1. Re: Travelling in Gansu

Jiuzhaigou is closed.

Lanzhou, China
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2. Re: Travelling in Gansu

Yes, last August 8th, the Jiuzhaigou earthquake was closed.According to the Sichuan provincial government news, this May, Jiuzhaigou will be open.Part of the scenic area.The Huanglong park is open, now.

From Lanzhou to Hezuo, to Xiahe, to Tongren,to Langmusi, to Songpan, to Jiuzhaigou, to Chengdu, is well worth visiting route.To Guide,to Xining Kumbum Monastery, the Qinghai Lake, is also wonderful.

You have 16 days,,,,,

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