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How To Take The Tibet Train to Lhasa?

How To Take The Tibet Train to Lhasa?

How to take the Tibet Train to Lhasa Tibet, the roof of the world and a hugely popular tourist destination, has various routes to use to get there. While flying from Nepal or China is a fast way to get there, it can never beat traveling by train. The scenery along the Qinghai-Tibet Railway is...
Travel to Tibet: Is Tibet a good place to visit?

Travel to Tibet: Is Tibet a good place to visit?

One of the most asked questions by people thinking of travel to Tibet for the first time, few people realize just how amazing Tibet is. A land of extremes, in the landscapes, culture, religion, and weather. There is no place on the planet quite like Tibet. And while some will tell you that visiting Tibet...
15 Days Kailash Tour - Tibet Tour Itinerary

15 Days Kailash Tour – Tibet Tour Itinerary

The journey will lead across the great central Tibet of U-Tsang to the western Ngari. This tour is the best Tibet group tour if you are not very much interested in seeing Tibet rather than taking a picture at The journey covers all the wishes of travelers who are enthusiast about having insights of Tibet...
Planning a Budget Tour to Tibet

Planning a Budget Tour to Tibet

Taking up the idea of traveling to Tibet can be already expensive enough, Tibet travel regulations only allow foreigners to travel to Tibet on an organized tour with a hired guide, a private vehicle, and a driver. The fact that Tibet is still a remote place and still operates on rough roads and under a...
How to Travel to Tibet: A Simple Breakdown of Your Options

How to Travel to Tibet: A Simple Breakdown of Your Options

How to travel to Tibet is the most common question. Did you know that there is only one international flight into Tibet? It’s from Kathmandu, Nepal and you need the Tibet Group Visa (different from the Tibet Travel Permit) to even board the flight to Lhasa. Tibet is without a doubt one of the most...
A Buddhist life

A Buddhist life

Being born in a society where religion helps a child by birth and every child grow in such an environment usually turns into a human being with compassion and mercy in their nature. By birth parents request names for a baby from the local lama or other lamas in different areas. It is totally dependent...
Saga Dawa: The festival of the Fourth Month in Tibet

Saga Dawa: The festival of the Fourth Month in Tibet

One of the most sacred festivals in Tibet, the Saga Dawa is the celebration of the events in the life of Buddha Sakyamuni. Worshipping the life of the founder of Buddhism around the world, the festival honors the instruction of Buddha to follow his teachings rather than with flowers, incense, and lights. An enchanting festival...
Reopening of Tibet Attractions After Lockdown

Reopening of Tibet Attractions After Lockdown

The Ministry of Culture and Tourism and National Health Commission had made the latest announcement regarding the management of the domestic tourists at the tourist attraction to prevent and control the outbreak of Coronavirus in the region as follow: 1. During the epidemic prevention and control period, the tourist scenic area is only open to...
Choosing a Hotel in Lhasa with a Potala Palace View

Choosing a Hotel in Lhasa with a Potala Palace View

One of the most important things for many travelers around the world is the view from their hotel rooms. A good view can make all the difference, and in Lhasa, the best views are those of the Potala Palace, the iconic red and white palace that sits overlooking the city. Best Hotels with Potala Palace...
Are There Direct Flights to Lhasa from Hong Kong?

Are There Direct Flights to Lhasa from Hong Kong?

For the time being, there are no direct flights from Hong Kong to Lhasa, though this is due to change in the near future. However, you can take a connecting flight from Hong Kong to Lhasa, traveling via either Chengdu, Chongqing, or Xi’an. And while this is not as fast as a direct flight may...
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