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The Changtang (alternatively spelled Changthang) is a high altitude plateau in western and northern Tibet extending into southeastern Ladakh, with vast highlands and giant lakes. From eastern Ladakh, the Changtang stretches approximately 1,600 kilometres (990 mi) east into Tibet as far as modern Qinghai. All of it is geographically part of the Tibetan Plateau. The Changtang is home to the Changpa, a nomadic Tibetan people.

Changpa nomadic people in Tibet

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Big Towns nearby

Xianxi    (15 km)

Daligang    (18 km)

Wutan    (18 km)


Other locations nearby

Wangshijiu    (5 km)

Qiangouchong    (7 km)

Wangjiacun    (7 km)

Silihe    (8 km)

Sanjiaoxiawanli    (9 km)

Maogangping    (10 km)

Miaowanli    (10 km)

Darong    (11 km)

Shankou    (11 km)

Tangwan ao    (11 km)

Shiwantang    (13 km)

Jiangjiachong    (15 km)

Fuxi    (17 km)

Fuzhu    (17 km)

Miaocaocun    (17 km)

Dajiangkou    (18 km)

Daxi    (19 km)

Wangjiaping    (19 km)

Yujiaju    (19 km)

Lishanhe    (20 km)

Liujiatai    (20 km)