Millennial-Old Village Bala Village
Surrounded by mountains, Bala Village is a dazzling pearl of the plateau exuding the strong native feel of Tibetan dwellings. "Bala" mean a Tibetan village migrated from Batang in Tibetan language.
The is where gods live, the real Shambhala. Thousands of years ago, the industrious, simple and honest people of Bala Village escaped the distant war zone and made up their mind to find peace and tranquility. Finally, they settled down in the heavenly pure world and multiplied into a clan.
Bala Gezong is a paradise in the hearts of Tibetans for generations, as well as an eternal heritage.
Tibetan-style huts nestle against mountains and sit by riverside, and the colorful prayer flag at the entrance of the village will sway when there is wind. Farmland and grassland will change their colors with the change of seasons. They are verdant in spring, fully prime in summer, goldenly beautiful in autumn and drab and dour in winter. Everything follows the law of nature.
For more than 1,300 years, people of Bala Village have lived a farming life. They supply their own needs, going out for work after sunrise and coming home before sunset. They are blessed by as well as devout to holy mountains.
Maybe this place suffers from the shortage of materials, but it has suffered from the shortage of faiths.