Qinghai 

Qinghai is a province in Northwest China. It is located south of the Republic of Mongolia, east of Xinjiang, and north of the Tibetan Autonomous Region.

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Tongren is small monastic town in Qinghai Province, China. Tongren has a slightly unkempt but not unfriendly Tibetan character, intermingled with the sizable Hui population.

Xining is the capital of Qinghai Province and the capital of Xining City District, a prefecture of Qinghai.

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Yushu is a town in Qinghai Province. Yushu is in the traditional Kham Area. It is a multi-ethnic town.

Qinghaihu National Park is in Qinghai province. Qinghai Lake, in the northeast part of the province, is the largest inland saltwater lake in China.

Guide is a city in Qinghai. Guide (Gui de, 贵德) is a small Tibetan city located south of Xining.

Golmud is a city in Haixi Prefecture, Qinghai Province, China. With more than 200 000 people Golmud is the second biggest city in Qinghai province.

Huangzhong is a city in Haidong Prefecture, Qinghai Province. Huangzhong is about 28km southwest of Xining, and although small, it is very important to Tibetans.

Nangqen is a town and county in Yushu. Yushu and Xining are the only towns with direct public transport to Nangqen.

Ledu is a city in Qinghai Province. You may enter Qinghai Province either by flight, train or long-distance buses.

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