Qinghai Lake, the literal meaning of the blue lake, was called Mongolian Kokonor, which also means the blue lake. Located in the northeast of Qinghai Province, it is the largest inland lake and the largest salt lake in China. The source of Qinghai Lake relies on direct runoff and precipitation.
Qinghai is the largest province (excluding autonomous regions). Qinghai Lake is China's largest lagoon, is also the world's second-largest lagoon. Qinghai Lake is oval in shape, located 150 kilometers northwest of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. (93.21 miles) away from Xining. It reaches 28.71 meters. (77.79 feet) but average 19 meters (62.34 feet). It is 3,195 meters above sea level (10,482.28 feet) high and the surrounding climate is very cool. Even at noon during summer, the daytime average temperature is about 15 degrees Celsius (59 degrees Fahrenheit) and is often chosen as a summer resort.