Sights in Jiuzhaigou Unesco World Heritage Site
At 320 metres in width and 20 metres in height, the spectacular Nuorilang Falls (Nuorilang Pubu) in Jiuzhaigou is also the widest
waterfall in China. Nuorilang is Tibetan for majesty or grand. Nuorilang Falls is located near the intersection of where the Jiuzhaigou
valley branches off to Zechawa Gully and Rize Gully. It is visible from the roadside, where steps lead downwards to a viewing platform.
The platform allows visitors to view the falls upclose and to walk alongside the river as it flows down the gully.
On the opposite site of the road is another viewing platform where visitors can get a panoramic view of the whole Nuorilang Falls.
You can feel the energy that surges down the fall as you stand there on the wooden platform and be enveloped by the spray.
Speckled sunlight at Nuorilang Falls.
Gushing torrents at the foot of Nuorilang Falls.