Yarlung Zangbo River

Yarlung Zangbo River

Tibet's longest river that joins the Ganges before the Bay of Bengal

Location: 

Quxu

Duration: 

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Yarlung Tsangpo: is the longest river in Tibet
  2. Is also the upper stream of the Brahmaputra River
  3. That flows into the Indian Ocean at the Ganges Delta
  4. In the south of Lhasa, the river is as wide as a lake
  5. Talking and laughing with local souvenir sellers

Image sources

  1. The river looks like a lake
  2. Beautiful Tibetan Mastiff
  3. Talking to local Tibetans
  4. Foodprints in the mud
  5. Stone piles at the shore

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