Qinghai - Wikipedia
Qinghai (青海; formerly romanized as Tsinghai, Ch'inghai or Kokonur) is a landlocked province in Northwestern China.As one of the largest province-level administrative divisions of China by area, the province is ranked fourth-largest in area and has the third-smallest population.Its capital and largest city is Xining.. Qinghai borders Gansu on the northeast, Xinjiang on the northwest ...
Qinghai Travel Guide: Tour, Map, Climate, Attractions
Named after Qinghai Lake, the largest inland saltwater lake in China, Qinghai Province is located in the northeastern part of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau in western China. The province covers an area of more than 720,000 square kilometers (about 278,000 square miles), making it the fourth largest in China.
Qinghai: Cities, Other destinations, Understand, Talk, Get ...
Qinghai. Qinghai (Mandarin Chinese: 青海, Qīnghǎi) is a province in Northwest China.It is located south of the Republic of Mongolia, east of Xinjiang, and north of Tibet.It is one of China's least densely populated provinces with under six million people in an area somewhat larger than France.
Qinghai (China): Prefectural Division, Major Cities ...
Contents: Cities & Counties The urban population of all cities and counties in Qinghai Province with more than 35,000 urban inhabitants by census years. The tabulated urban population is counted on district or county level; therefore it may refer to more than one settlement.
Category:Cities in Qinghai - Wikipedia
Pages in category "Cities in Qinghai" The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
Qinghai province, China
Xining is the provincial capital, located bear the border with Gansu.It has the 14th century Great Mosque one of the largest in China and built in Chinese style. There is also has the Daoist Bei Shan Temple. Mengda Tian Chi (Heavenly Lake) is close to the Yellow River 124 miles [200 kms] south east of Xining. It is a Nature reserve and is surrounded by beautiful scenery.
Qinghai - Wikitravel
Qinghai, owing to its location in the heart of China, close to Mongolia and near the Silk Road, is ethnically mixed - Han, Hui, Kazakh, Mongolian, Tibetans, Tu and Salar inhabit the province. Most of Qinghai forms the traditional Tibetan province of Amdo. Yushu prefecture, in far southern Qinghai, is a part of the Kham region of Tibet.
Xining Travel Guide: Facts, Attractions, Tours, City Map, Tips
Xining, the capital city of Qinghai Province, is the economic and cultural center with abundant natural scenic areas, equipping with semiarid climate.
Spotlight on a Chinese Province: Qinghai
Spotlight on a Chinese Province: Qinghai. Tongren, Qinghai | ©gill_penney/Flickr. Save to Wishlist. Qinghai, located in the northwest of China between Xinjiang, Tibet, Gansu and Sichuan, is one of China’s largest but most sparsely populated provinces. Much of Qinghai is historically part of Tibet, and, as such, the province enjoys much ...
Maps, Guides And More - Qinghai in China
Maps, Guides & More. Places and geographical objects on the map of Qinghai. Map of Qinghai district in China