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Wednesday, 12 September 2007

The Clear Flowing Water of Munigou (清水飄流的牟尼溝)

Munigou (牟尼溝) was actually not in the itinerary of our tour package. Out of the recommendation of the local tour guide and with a few hours of extra time, we paid RMB180 each to visit this spectacular place. It was located on the way to the Fairy Pool (神仙池) and Jiuzhaigou (九寨溝).

It's a very well kept nature reserve, with emerald-green moss covered terrain along the hiking trail.


There are pavilions along the trail for those who need a break from the hike.


This is one of the main attractions at Munigou, the Zhaga Waterfall (扎嘎瀑布). Zhaga Waterfall is 108 m high and 35 m wide, with the water rattling through the cascades at a staggering speed of more than 80 km/h.


Scene of clear water flowing swiftly through the cascades is never lacking at this place.


The scene and the sound of the flowing water never fail to calm one's feeling here. It made me felt like I was in a place of tranquility.


The wooden planks extended beyond the flowing water allowed us to have our soul cleansed by the clear water.


The ponds retaining the water made us feel calm.


And the water rushing through the cascades made us excited again.


With the power of the nature, our Mother Earth actually granted us such astonishing work of art presented right before our naked eyes. Let us all make a pledge to be more environmentally friendly. Everybody can make a difference by a matter of reaching to the switches while leaving an unoccupied room.

2 comments:

Greg Wee said...

Hey CK, we've added your blog on ours. :)

CK said...

Thank Greg. :)

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