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If You Want See The True Feature Of TianChi Lake

8 November 2007 22 Comments

, Lying in Nature Reserve, is famous for its sublime natural beauty. But few visiters have seen it’s true feature. I am the lucky one.

Do you see the blue water ahead? That’s the hope!

So glad to see holy lake is open to me!

The could changes so quickly, I must be hurry.

You had to climb on this yellow cliff to see the true feature of TianChi Lake.

Climbing higher to find a good angle.

That’s TianChi Lake! I am so lucky to see her.

The cloud came back very quickly, only give me few minutes but enough to excite for long life.

Tianchi means “heavenly” in English, the locals believe Tianchi is a gift from God, and only the lucky people can see it.

It’s said Tianchi Lake is enveloped by cloud and mist nearly all the year, Only shows its true feature in a few days in summer. So, I decide have a visit in this season.

It’s a cloud day when I arrived ChangBai Mountain. But I already feel the chance.

Just the time when I climbed on the top of yellow cliff which can see the best vision of Tianchi lake, The cloud was drop off, The sunshine reach the lake. the waters of the lake is as smooth as a mirror, with many different color in blue. there are big rock mountain around Tianchi. It’s amazing beautiful.

The legend said that there is a monster living in the lake, and I also saw the news about that some people see it swimming there several days after I left there. I wish it’s the truth.

More information At: 
TianChi Lake Travel Guide.

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    Tiny reply on December 18th, 2008 11:06 am:

    The monte carlo of east?

    No, No! I don’t want singapore to be such a place!

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  • The Fitness Diva said:

    Oh wow, so beautiful! I hope I get to visit there someday.
    Gorgeous pics!


    Tiny reply on December 18th, 2008 11:03 am:

    Yeah Diva, Gorgeous landscape!

    Tiny’s last blog post..Tokyo Dolls


  • Terri said:

    Great photos!


  • savings accounts said:

    Did you actually take those pictures yourself? What a view..splendid!!


    Tiny reply on December 4th, 2008 2:04 pm:

    Yeah, I took them myself.

    But I must tell you, Monica, Everybody can take great picture there! because the landscape is so great! My camera is not a good one, it’s only Canon 640. :)


  • Vera Bradley said:

    These pictures really are great. I am a professional photographer and I would have LOVED to be there with my camera.


    Tiny reply on December 18th, 2008 11:03 am:

    You absolutely can get much better photos!

    You know my photos only rely on the wonderful landscape! :P

    Tiny’s last blog post..Tokyo Dolls


  • Randy said:

    Stunning photos, Tiny! I am attending a Symposium in Seoul in early June and want to spend a week or so backpacking in the mountains afterwards. I just found out that there is no wilderness camping allowed in any of South Korea’s national parks, so I am considering trekking up and around Changbai Mountain and any nearby mountains, instead. Do you know if wilderness camping (i.e., under the stars or in a tent) is allowed in the Changbai Mountain Nature Reserve and/or nearby mountains?


    iWalk reply on January 26th, 2009 3:07 pm:

    Hi Randy.

    I know there are at least one camping base already opened at Changbai mountain area. It’s located at the tourists transfer center of Changbaishan West side.

    You can ask more informaton:

    ChangBaiShan management committee
    Tel: 0433-5710641 
    Fax: 0433-5710641 
    Email: cbsnet@163.com


    Randy reply on February 1st, 2009 4:55 am:

    Excellent! Thank you very much, iWalk.



    iWalk reply on February 1st, 2009 10:21 pm:

    You are always welcome, Randy!
    Have a wonderful journey!

  • Reese said:

    lovely place, you can see why it is considered holy!


  • robb said:

    wow what a beautiful lake.
    share more pics pliss !!
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  • Sealand said:

    Those are perhaps the most stunning pictures I have ever seen! I can not believe the vivid colors. What type of camera do you have?


  • Jeff said:

    Excellent photos!


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  • Melaka Girl said:

    I love those photos~amazing!


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