Nagchu (also Nagqu) in the northern Tibet is the largest prefecture of Tibet Autonomous Region. Nagchu Prefecture is generally called as Changtang. Nagchu Tourist Attractions offer rich information about all the tourist sights in Nagchu, including travel advice and pictures of them, like Nagchu Horse Racing, Xiangxiong Kingdom, Siling-Tso, etc.
It looks like the famous Potala Palace in Lhasa from far away, so Tsanden Monastery is also known as “small Potala”.
Nyenchen Tangula Mountain, located at the middle part of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, is a huge mountain chain extending from east to west.
Tangra Yum Tso, situated in the southwest of Nyima County, is a holy lake of Bon Sect in Tibet.
The Changtang is a high altitude plateau in western and northern Tibet extending into southeastern Ladakh, with vast highlands and giant lakes.
It is the origin of the Mother River of China-- Yangtze River. Consisting of 21 snow mountains, it serves as the main peak of the Nyenchen Tangula Mountain, and the highest mountain in northern Tibet.