Non-professionals do not enter! Check out 8 appalling travel restrictions in China
To go around mountains and rivers of homeland and see beauty of world is dream of many travelers.
However, our country has a vast territory, many landscapes and many places to go, and you will find that some places are not accessible to everyone who wants to go. There are some places called "restricted areas". If you accidentally enter by mistake, you may never return. If you are not a professional or have a professional guide, please do not enter at will!
Today we take a look at 8 appalling travel restrictions in China.
1. Death Valley in Kunlun Mountains
Kunlun Mountain, known as first sacred mountain in China and progenitor of thousands of mountains, is considered vein of dragon of our country. Since ancient times, it has been full of secrets and mystery.
Between Kunlun Mountains in Qinghai and Qimantag Mountains in north, there is a canyon, ancient and quiet, with animal remains scattered in Sichuan Province.
This is Death Valley of Mount Kunlun, known as world's forbidden area, also known as "Hell Gate of Mount Kunlun."
In 1983, a shepherd from Alar Ranch in Qinghai wandered into valley. A few days later, people found only his horse, but no trace of shepherd. Later, when people found shepherd, he was already a corpse. His clothes were torn, his feet were bare, his eyes were wide open, his mouth was open, He was dying, as if in horror, but there was no scar on his body ...
Second, Ho Sil, Qinghai
Qinghai Hoh Sil National Nature Reserve is located in west of Qinghai Yushu Tibet Autonomous Prefecture, covering a total area of 4.5 million hectares.
The protected area mainly protects rare wild animals, plants and their habitats such as Tibetan antelope, wild yak, Tibetan wild ass and Tibetan gazelle. In 2017, Ho Sil, Qinghai was approved for inscription on "World Heritage List", becoming China's 51st World Heritage Site.
The protected area prohibits all units or individuals from entering protected area at will for tourism, exploration, illegal crossing and other activities.
Hohsil is cleanest ecological zone on earth, a paradise for wild animals, but a forbidden zone for humans.
There are no buildings here, and everything preserves purest view of nature. Wild animals are "inhabitants" of Hoch Sil. Of course, there are many ferocious animals and fearsome wolves, and natural conditions here are harsh. , a complex terrain known as the "forbidden zone of life".
3. Lop Nur, Xinjiang
Lop Nur is a lake in southeast of Xinjiang. Since it is shaped like a human ear, it is also known as "Land of Earth" and "Sea of Death".
As far as eye can see, there is a vast Gobi, no communication signal, complete desertification, unsuitable for human survival, this is one of four uninhabited regions of China.
In this forbidden land, there are many mysterious rumors that even birds dare not go through, and strangest of them is "Pisces jade pendant incident", which is also one of ten most mysterious and strange incidents in China.
There are actually two main reasons why Lob Nur became a no-go area:
1. Because it's a military restricted area. first atomic bomb in my country and the first hydrogen bomb were successfully detonated at Lop Nur.
2. Lack of water sources for life. There are basically no animals and plants here, and there is not even a reference object. In addition, there is no cellular signal. For non-professionals to get out of here.
Fourth, Shennongjia, Hubei Province
Shennongjia is largest primeval forest in central China, with beautiful scenery but many incredible unsolved mysteries...
Today, in Shennongjia, only a small part of scenic spots outside are open to world. Entry into the dense forest is prohibited. It's deserted inside and there's no signal. There are many uncertain situations that limit human activity. .
5. No man's land in Qiangtang, Tibet
Qiangtang No Man's Land is one of four main No Man's Lands in China, as well as largest and highest (average altitude over 5,000 meters) No Man's Land.
The climate here is harsh and difficult to access, and it is a no-go zone for life, also known as rooftop of world.
The relief here is complex, shape of the relief is peculiar, there is no one for hundreds of miles, only wild wolves, wild yaks, Tibetan antelopes and other wild animals live. Snowy mountains, meadows, quicksands and swamps fill this place with unknown dangers. The cold and lack of oxygen made this place damn harsh.
This is a magnificent primeval wilderness and also third pole where humans cannot live other than North and South Poles.
Tourists invading neutral territory of Qiangtang will be life-threatening:
1. The climate is harsh, altitude is more than 5000, wind and snow;
2. Wild animals such as wolves, brown bears and wild yaks will cause some physical or life harm to tourists.
3. When food and water are cut off in no man's land, it is easy to die of hunger or cold there.
Anyone who crosses Qiangtang without a permit will incur appropriate legal sanctions!
6. Ghost Gate of Ningxia Liupanshan
Lupan Mountain is one of youngest mountain ranges in China, with green water and green mountains, beautiful environment, just like south of Yangtze River, known as green pearl in high slope of loess.
But inside Ghost Gate Pass of Erlong River, mountains are high, ravines are deep, wind is gusty, and fog is thick. This is most terrible place on Mount Lupan.
Due to frequent heavy fog, it is easy to get lost if you enter blindly. In addition, wild animals are often found in deep mountains and old forests. If there is no professional guide in a picturesque place, tourists are not allowed to enter.
Seventh place, Sichuan Wavushan Mihundang
In depths of Mount Wavu in Meishan, Sichuan Province, there is a discolored area, Mihundang.
The relief in Mihundang is complex, geology is anomalous, and strange phenomena such as compass failure and clock stop often occur. After entering there is no signal of mobile phones and GPS. There are various explanations for mystery of Mihundang. on Internet Give up feudal superstition Among more scientific theories are theory of magnetic field, theory of miasma and theory of visual hallucinations.
Since geographic position of Vavushan "Mihundang" is between 29°32 and 34N, it is located near 30°N, which researchers call "line of latitude of death", and this is very similar to sensational Bermuda Triangle. Therefore, Mihundang is also called Bermuda on land.
VIII. Alilaangkuo, a ghost lake in Tibet
Lake Laang Tso, known as Lake of Ghosts, means "poisonous black lake" in Tibetan. It is located in Ngari, Tibet, at an altitude of 4574 meters. It is separated from sacred freshwater lake throughout. .
Laangkuo is not as quiet and calm as other lakes in Tibet. The edge of universe.
Many may wonder why Laangkuo is called "ghost lake"? There are several reasons for this:
1. This is a lake with brackish water, water in lake is bitter, and neither people nor animals can drink it.
2. The land around is too salty, grass does not grow, and cattle do not want to stay here, and land is lifeless.
3. There is often no wind and three meters of waves, sometimes lake is black, and lake is always covered with a mysterious atmosphere of smoking smoke.
4. The depth of lake is immeasurable. So far, depth of Laangkuo has not been measured. The mystery of its depth makes Laangkuo even more enigmatic.