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Bitahai Lake

4.4/5
242 Reviews
LakeNational Park
Liked by 3
Business Suspended Business hours TBA
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 3 hours
Address: Bita Sea, Shangri-La, Deqen, China
Phone: 0887-8227568 0887-8232533

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I visited the national park mainly because of the Bitahai

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  • ThuptenTsering
    ThuptenTsering
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    It’s closed

    Bitahai lake has been closed for more than years already. Nobody can visit Bitahai now, some of the local people says it’s been closed for temporary, but not sure weather it will open in future or not...

    Reviewed on /Date(1573401763000+0800)/
  • Billy Z
    Billy Z
    Beijing, Beijing, China
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    Best attraction in Pudacuo National Forest Park

    Bitahai Lake is one of the three attractions in the park, the view around the lake is amazing and good for making photos. I enjoyed the walk around the lake.

    Reviewed on /Date(1378822674000+0800)/
  • HELENGEE0
    HELENGEE0
    Pulau Penang, Malaysia
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    BITAHAI LAKE

    the view and the natural environment is excellent. however the way to & fro to view the lake and the alpine trees is tiring walking about >2 hrs or more down to the lake and coming back going up the s...

    Reviewed on /Date(1277838473000+0800)/

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Introduction

Located in Pudacuo National Forest Park, Bitahai Lake is a lake of high elevation above sea level in Yunnan Province. "Bitahai" means "a sea of felted oaks" in Tibetan. Lush oak trees resembling the texture of felt can be found growing along the banks of Bitahai Lake, with many rhododendrons growing among the oaks. During the blooming season from May to June every year, the rhododendrons covering the mountains and plains by the lake are a spectacular sight to behold.
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