It’s called Ranwu Lake Campsite, but you’re going to want to take advantage of the waterfront rooms. The remote retreat is located on 70 acres in the mountains of Tibet. Set on stilts, eight individual structures extend out toward the lakeshore like independent hotels. Each one offers a secluded getaway with floor to ceiling glazing and private balconies that overlook the surrounding landscape.
It has tent camping and parking for RVs, however the main building houses services for travelers and guests with an information center, snack bar, coffee, authentic Chinese good, barbecue buffet, and tea bar. From here, a long platform stretches out to a lakeside terrace providing a prime outlet for viewing the pristine scenery.
The charm of Ranwu Lake also falls on the charming local customs and cultures. People live around Ranwu Lake are Kangba people who are bold and generous. Their wooden houses scattered in the grasslands, their songs and dances, their costumes and artworks, and their unique and delicious food, all these have added extra fun to the Ranwu Lake.