Day 9 Langmsui Town (B/L/-)
After breakfast, take the tour of Hezuo Milariba Buddha Pavilion is said to be the only temple of this kind in the whole Tibetan area, and the one in Hezuo is only one has nine floors and dedicated to Tibetan Buddhism founder. The temple is about 40 meter high, it was originally built in Qing dynasty, and has a history of more than 200 years. There are perennial resident monks and lamas studying here, formed a unique cultural atmosphere. Then have a short walk around Folk Street and Century Square.
Then pay a visit of Langmusi Monastery and Langmusi Town Langmusi is not just a temple, the town itself is called Langmusi (which means Langmu Temple). It is a very small town, and yet half of it is in Gansu Province, and half in Sichuan Province. Half of the people here are Tibetans, and half are Muslims. You can see both Buddhist monastaries and Muslim mosques in the little town. The scenary here is absolutely fantastic, red mountain, beautiful valley, blue sky, forests, flowers, temples...And there are tons of activities to do here, you can hike in the valley, go see the local horse racing, ride a horse to experience the local nomadic life, go to the nearby Flower Lake, enjoy the numerous local festivities (especially during the Spring Festival and the summer months), visit the splendid temples, or simply sit on the grass and enjoy the fantastic view around you. Plenty of lodging and restaurants. Most restaurants are Muslim ones, with great beef and mutton
Overnight at Langmusi Town