Lalu Wetlands is located in Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region. Known as the ‘the lung of Lhasa’, Lalu Wetlands is also the “the big oxygen bar” of Lhasa. Like usual, the first ray of sunshine in the morning awakes the water in the Lalu Wetlands, reflecting the early winter color with golden and red leaves, blue sky and yellow grassland.
Lalu Wetlands locates in Lhasa, Tibet. It is called the ‘big oxygen bar’ of Lhasa, and also the ‘lung of Lhasa. Meanwhile, it is China’s highest and largest urban natural wetlands. The wetlands covering 12.64 km2 in the National Nature Reserve. Meanwhile, from the wetland, you can see the Potala Palace from a long distance. The colors of both the wetlands and Potala Palace forms a fabulous picture scroll which travelers will feel surprised. The four seasons of this wetlands have different sightseeing, and it will be a highlight in your Tibet tour. Moreover, the wetland is one of the best viewpoints to see the whole Potala Palace.