No.1 Namcha Barwa
Namcha Barwa peak is known as the Shy Girl Peak. Its huge triangular-shaped body is covered by heavy snow and shrouded in mist all year round, never revealing its true colors easily. It would be a blessing to be able to see the face of Namcha Barwa.
No.2 Lulang Forest
Lulang, a place with snowy mountains, meadows, villages, and houses surrounded by stone fences and tree branches. From a distance, it looks like a primitive tribe, and it is completely integrated with the surrounding natural environment. It's a land of idyllic beauty.
No.3 Peach Blossoms Valley
Peach Blossom Valley is surrounded by mountains on three sides. The surrounding forests are verdant all year round, with gurgling water from the hills. In March and April each year, the snow-capped glaciers are set against the tall peach blossoms, making Nyingtri have a pure, natural and magnificent beauty.
In Tibetan, it means "green water". The lake is like a green orb in the forest, with a delicate central island. There's different scenery throughout the year. Draksum-tso Lake Scenic Area integrates snow-capped mountains, lakes, forests, waterfall, pastures, cultural relics and historic sites. It's a famous sacred lake and holy land of the Red Sect of Tibetan Buddhism.
No.5 Bend of the Yarlung Tsangpo River
Glaciers, cliffs, steep slopes, running waves, and huge rivers are intertwined in the entire canyon area, and the environment is very harsh. Many areas are still unattended, and they can be called "the last mystery on earth." Only a few parts of this scenic are now open to tourists.