Lake Manasarovar is 35 kilometers east of Burang County, Ngari Prefecture, Tibet. There are the majestic Himalayas to the south and steep Mount Gangdise to the north. Crossing the Himalayas is the territory of India and Nepal. Lake Manasarovar is 20 kilometers southeast of Mount Kailash. Manasarovar Lake and Mount Kailash are renowned as "Sacred Mountain and Holy Lake". Pilgrims come here for Kailash Manasarovar Yatra every year. The surrounding natural scenery is very beautiful. Pious Buddhists and Bonpos have regarded it as the “Holy Land for the Center of the World” since ancient times. Besides this reputation, Lake Manasarovar is also boasted as “one of the highest freshwater lakes in the world" and "the most sacred lake in Tibet”. As the birthplace of four great Asian rivers, Lake Manasarovar attracts thousands of travelers in the world.