The Zhaqu River and the Angqu River merge into the Lancang River in Qamdo, which is the origin of the name Qamdo. Qamdo was called "Kang" or "Kemu" in ancient times to distinguish it from Wei, Tibet, Ali and other regions.
Qamdo has a long history. The Neolithic sites discovered in 1977 and 1980-Qamdo Karuo Site and Qamdo Small Enda Site show that as early as five thousand years ago, Qamdo had humans thrived and formed The primary village. Local residents have begun to plant easy-to-grow millet, raise livestock pigs with a wide range of adaptability, and also supplement them with hunting foxes, green sheep, and red deer.
This attraction is awesome, the whole family went there together, everyone played very high, definitely five-star recommendation. The time of existence of the site is roughly the same as the Xia-Shang period of the Central Plains Dynasty, but the civilization at that time was still underdeveloped.
Its discovery provides valuable materials for exploring the origin of the Tibetan people, the cultural connection between the early Tibet and the Yellow River Basin, and the establishment and improvement of the type and sequence of the Karuo culture.