Tibet Qinghai Railway

Despite the criticism and an ongoing concern on how it might impact the environment, one thing for certain that is China has managed to awe the world by building a man-made wonder, the world’s highest rail track to date at 5.072m above sea level, to which 550 km long railway is constructed upon permafrost soil. With a total length of 4064 km stretched from Beijing to Lhasa, China attempts to further develop Tibet Autonomous Region and modernizing the remote part of the Tibetan Plateu, Qinghai Province.

Tibet Qinghai Railway - Evelina Kristanti
Tibet Qinghai Railway
Qinghai Railway - Evelina Kristanti
Qinghai Railway
Cuo Na Hu Lake - Evelina Kristanti
Cuo Na Hu Lake

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