Pangong Lake


Pangong Lake is the longest lake in China and the longest rift lake in the world. The lake is 4241 meters above sea level and covers an area of more than 600 square kilometers.

Pangang tso is located in the western part of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, in the northwest of Ritu County, Ngari Prefecture, 12 kilometers apart, on the border of Tibet and Kashmir in China. Not only are the three sacred lakes beautiful and picturesque, although pangang tso has no sacred legends and no support from Tibetan Buddhist followers, it still exists in Tibet, silently guarding the soil and nurturing a group of creatures.

From east to west, the salt content of the lake varies from east to west. From the east to the west, it gradually transitions. The east is a freshwater lake, the middle is brackish water, and the west is a saltwater lake, which is not edible, and there is no fish growing. They are very rare and delicious.

Pangong Lake is the longest lake in China and the longest rift lake in the world. The lake is 4241 meters above sea level and covers an area of more than 600 square kilometers. It is about 400 square kilometers in my country. It is about 400 square kilometers from east to west. 160 kilometers, about 15 kilometers wide from north to south, and only 2 kilometers at its narrowest point. There are more than ten islands of various sizes in Pangong Lake. Because Pangong Lake is located in the westernmost part of China, it is almost in a pristine state, and the natural environment protection is intact. The island has become a paradise and paradise for birds.

 
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