This geographical Map gives a clear overview of Qinghai Province and immediate surroundings. including neighboring area's of Xinjiang-Uyghur Autonomous Region in the North-West, Gansu Province in the North and North-West. Due to the South and South-West lies Sichuan Province and in the East Tibet Autonomous Region. Browse the Map to find main features such as main population centers, mountains and mountain ranges, highways, all available airports, main rivers and lakes, and last; all Historic Monuments, Landmarks and Scenic Spots of the Area.
Please follow the Links to each seperate location & destination to find more details and information.
Introduction to Qinghai Province (East Tibet) of China Overview Map 2
MapTibetHistoricalBorders (Territories of Ethnic Tibetans)
Schematic Map of Historical Tibet, today Tibet Autonomous Region, Qinghai Province and parts of Gansu, Yunnan and Sichuan Province. Included for reference are current International Borders, provincial borders, locations + names of main cities and towns, main rivers & lakes, mountains,importantTibetan-BuddhistMonasteries + other places of significance. Further Reports link to more information on each City, Town or Ethnic Community of Yugur, Dongxiang Tibetan, Lhoba, Kazakh, Mongol or others where available.
Qinghai Province (Amdo + Kokonor of East Tibet) Map 1 - Geographic Map
A Geographic overview of Western China's Qinghai Province entire, delineating Provincial Borders and parts of neighboring Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region, Gansu Province, Sichuan Province and Tibet (Xizhang) Autonomous Region. Includes Cities and Towns (shown by size), Main Monuments & landmarks, the flow of the yellow river in Qinghai Province, surrounding Bayan Har Mountain area's (TengGer), locations of Ethnic Minority Enclaves in Qinghai Province, Main Mountains (with Height), major highways, provincial railroads and main railroad-stations and main waterways & rivers. This Map further provides links to on site photos and information on Cities, Monuments and main transportation hubs of the wider Region.