It is said that watching films is one of the best means of traveling considering various kinds of landscapes that can be seen in movies.
Countless audiences were attracted to the beautiful scenery portrayed in the movie Avatar. Many left the theater feeling depressed because the fascinating world of Pandora could never be reached and could only be seen on screen.
However, there is no need to become depressed, because there are a variety of excellent filming sites in China, and are easy to visit. The sites included are quaint houses, exotic architecture, precipitous slopes, and picturesque natural scenery.
Gyangtze is a small town located in the Shigatse Prefecture, Tibet and it is where the film Red River Valley was shot.
Gyangtze is a small town located in the Shigatse Prefecture, Tibet and it is where the film Red River Valley was shot. The film conveyed an inspiring and touching history of the strong and brave local residents fighting against the British troops' invasion in 1904.
Gyangtze is also famed for the Gyantse Kumbum, the largest chörten in Tibet. The white chörten, a magnificent tiered structure, contains a seemingly endless series of mural-filled chapels and offers outstanding views from its upper levels.
Travelling tips: Always ascend slowly and carefully to avoid altitude sickness.
Admission Fee: 15 yuan
Hours: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.