Longdeng grassland is located in the northern part of Ganzi province in Bamei Town, here is located in the edge of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, the elevation is relatively high, out of the middle spring, the local climate is still relatively cold, grassland has not turned green.
The beauty of the dragon lamp grassland is multi-level, since there is the grassland vast rhyme and sentiment light and kite grass see the beautiful picture of cattle and sheep, of course, in the scene of hunting, there are also a partial picture of beautiful.
Rangu Temple is also famous for the dragon lamp grassland located in the township of Daojiao County, on both sides of the road, open and wide, like the design of the eight treasures of the Guojia. The grassland in summer is green and green, the streams are twirling, the brightly-lit long, regular Mani pile and the tall open-air Buddha statue, constitute the natural and human landscape. The grassland is very flat, it is said that King Gesar once camped in this, so a bit of Taiwan attractions, there are local Tibetans led their own horse-drawn guests, can be sent to the nearby hillside. The next to the Rangu Temple is a famous Buddhist temple, can look around.
The Longdeng Grassland is located in Longdeng Township, Daofu County, Ganzi Prefecture. It is distributed on both sides of the Sichuan-Tibet Highway. It is magnanimous and wide, shaped like a lucky eight treasure map. Located on the side of the road from Bamei to Daofu, there is King Gesar's commanding platform on the grassland. At the end of the grassland are Rangu Temple and Zhumu Co. King Gesar once set up camp in the Longdeng Prairie, so this grassland is called'Gesartong' in Tibetan, which means'grassland where King Gesar fought.'
The Longdeng Grassland is located in Longdeng Township, Daofu County, Ganzi Prefecture. The Sichuan-Tibet Highway was on both sides, undulating.
The meaning of dragon lantern is a fable. Legend has it that when the heavens and the earth were opened, the gods predicted that humans would inhabit the dragon lantern grassland.
King Gesar set up camp in the Longdeng Prairie and raced horses on the grassland. Therefore, this grassland is called "Gesartong" in Tibetan, which means "the grassland where King Gesar fought."
Although the dragon lantern grassland under the clear sky is even more exciting; but the misty rainy day also made me appreciate the unique beauty!