Located on the eastern slope of Rattling Sand Mountain in Gansu Province, the Mogao Grottoes is one of three noted grottoes in China and also the largest, best preserved and richest treasure house of Buddhist art in the world.
Crescent Moon Spring is 6 km south of Dunhuang in the Singing Sand (Mingsha) Mountains and is quite literally an oasis in the desert.
The Jiayu Pass is not only the western end of the Great Wall of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), but also the vital passage of the famous Silk Road.
Kongtong Mountains is one of the sacred mountains of Taoism. It is located in Pingliang city, Gansu province.
Gahai Lake is located on Gannan Grassland at an altitude of 3,400 meters. The rippling and clear lake is the top fresh water lake in Gannan Tibetan autonomous prefecture.
In the first lunar month of every year, the Labrang Monastery in southern Gansu province is a magnet for Tibetan pilgrims from the Tibetan-populated areas in the country.