Zhusang Township, located in Yajiang County, is the birthplace of Muya culture. The golden grassland has nurtured the splendid Muya culture, and the industrious Muya people performed the colorful Muya customs. Zhusang's Tibetan means "three villages", and it is named after the three natural villages of Zhongjiu, Benda and Bache. According to legend, Zhusang Tibetans belonged to a tribe named Muya in the north in ancient times. They moved here to avoid war. After an unknown number of years of baptism, he (she) and the Tus and Tibetans here were dating and intermarried, and thrived in this peaceful and peaceful place where flowers are blooming and uncontested.
Turn to the southeast from National Highway 318 next to the Gaoer Temple. It only takes 5 kilometers to enter the peaceful and peaceful Zhusang area. Fog wafts through the woods, cattle, sheep and pastoral songs melt into the depths of the world. Zhusang River is surrounded by a dragon-like figure, which is unique. Before you know it, you will feel that you have stepped into a paradise, and your heart is full of wonderful and pleasant feelings.
The beautiful Zhusang grassland, the picturesque wilderness mood, there are nine winding streams on the grassland, the Bon temple Duorang Temple, the Ge Rihai and the Xianuo Duoji Snow Mountain with an altitude of more than 6,000 meters.