Banyan Tree Ringha is proud to announce that they are the first and only member from China to be a part of National Geographic Unique Lodges.  

National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World is more than a selection of world-class hotels, it is a collection of rare experiences, offering guests intimate encounters with parts of the world not many get to know—and the chance to slow down and truly discover them. Each lodge is deeply rooted in its community and dedicated to protecting the surrounding habitats and cultures—and harnessing their magic to safeguard them for the future.

To create the authentic Tibetan farmhouses of Banyan Tree Ringha, the owners followed traditional architectural guidelines, using timber and other materials from farmhouses that date back more than 80 years.

From the beautiful textiles and furnishings of the interiors to the delightful clay hot pot dinners served up by the lodge chef, to the traditional Tibetan clothing offered to guests who wish to participate in village festivities, a stay at Banyan Tree Ringha is a full and rewarding immersion in a part of the world synonymous with paradise.

Guest can hike or ride bike leading by hotel tour guide through the beautiful and peace countryside, to visit Dabao Temple—the oldest Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Ringha area with the history of over 800 years. On the way to the temple, guest can also visit the local Tibetan family to taste their homemade Tibetan butter tea.

Hike to the Na Re meadow, where the hillside platform is higher and opposite to Banyan Tree Ringha, and enjoy the picnic lunch by walking with our Tibetan mastiff - Lanka.