Tuiwa Village is located in Tibet Autonomous Region, China.
Tuiwa Village is located at the foot of the Mengdagangri Snow Mountain in the southern Shannan area and on the banks of Pumuyongcuo Lake
The oxygen content here is only half of that in mainland China. It is hard to imagine that there are such a group of people living here under such difficult conditions , today there are still 43 families living in Tuiwa Village.
Some people even say that Tuiwa Village is the entrance to heaven, the city is 5070 meters above sea level and is known as the roof of the world. It is the second highest inhabited village in the world.
Access : Coordinates: 28.5634, 90.531 / 5,070 m (16,630 ft) : Locaton : Nagarzê County, Shannan, Tibet, China.
- Tuiwa is located 5,070 meters above sea level. which is known as the second highest settlement in the world after Larinkonada.
- The most distinctive features are the local flat-roofed houses, and groups of cattle, sheep and horses gallop on the grasslands.
- On the north bank of Pumoyongcuo, there is the only temple in the village – Tuigu Temple.
Go next : Lake Puma Yumco , a lake located at 5,030 m (16,500 ft) above mean sea level on the southern Tibetan Plateau.