The main and northern branch of Jiuzhaigou - Shuzheng Valley - stretches across a distance of around 14 kilometres and ends at the intersection of the three valleys. Shuzheng Valley also features several natural attractions that travellers may visit while sight-seeing in Jiuzhaigou. The widest highland waterfall in China - the Nuorilang Falls - is one of its main attractions and spans across a width of over 320 metres. The two ribbon lakes of Nuorilang Lakes and Shuzheng Lakes are a series of naturally-formed lakes that are associated with much folklore. Two of the other popular lakes at Shuzheng Valley include the Sleeping Dragon Lake and the Reed Lake which are extremely scenic sights in the area.
Admission fees vary, but tickets to Jiuzhaigou Valley typically cost around 220 RMB for adults during the peak season.
Daytime visits are recommended.
Around 3 – 4 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
Nuorilang Falls, Nuorilang Lakes and Shuzheng Lakes, Sleeping Dragon Lake and the Reed Lake
Plenty of open private space is available to make use of during prayer times, despite the lack of designated prayer facilities at Shuzheng Valley for Muslim travellers. The nearest mosque to Shuzheng Valley in Jiuzhaigou are the mosques in Chengdu which are located about 7 hours away.
Halal food near Shuzheng Valley will not be available and it is recommended that Muslim travellers bring their own food with them. The Halal restaurants nearest to Shuzheng Valley in Jiuzhaigou are the Halal restaurants in Chengdu, which are located about 7 hours away.