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Taking trains to Tibet the Roof of the World

Taking trains to Tibet the Roof of the World

While taking a flight to the Tibetan capital of Lhasa may be the fastest option. But it is not always the most cost-effective and can be an expensive trip for such a short flight. However, there is an option that is taking trains to Tibet, can be a lot less costly and has the advantage...
Food and Drink on the Tibet Train to Lhasa

Food and Drink on the Tibet Train to Lhasa

When traveling to Tibet, many people decide to take the train from one of the seven gateway cities in Mainland China. Moreover, whether you are starting from Beijing or from Xining, all the trains have facilities for you to eat during your trip. There are many options when traveling on trains in China and Tibet...
Why the train to Tibet is the best choice

Why the train to Tibet is the best choice

There are many ways to get into Tibet; by road, by rail, and by air. Each has its own pros and cons, but the best – and most scenic – has to be by Tibet train. Although the journey can be long – it takes up to 2 days to get there from China –...
Guide to Railway Stations in Tibet

Guide to Railway Stations in Tibet

Lhasa Railway Station The main railway station in Tibet, Lhasa Station lies to the south of the Lhasa River, at an altitude of 3,641 meters. The station was completed in 2006, and was officially opened on July 1, 2006. The final destination of trains on the Qinghai-Tibet Railway, Lhasa station sees 2,700 visitors a day...
What To Know Before Visiting The Potala Palace in Tibet | ExploreTibet.com

What To Know Before Visiting The Potala Palace in Tibet | ExploreTibet.com

What to know before visiting the Potala Palace The Potala Palace, once the seat of Tibetan government and the winter palace of the Dalai Lama, is one of Lhasa’s cardinal landmarks, and the sight of its towering walls reminds one of an ancient fortress. Even by modern standards, the palace is a wonder of architecture,...
Norbu Lingka - The Summer Palace

Norbu Lingka – The Summer Palace

Among the many historic sites in Lhasa, there is also Norbu Lingka (Jeweled Park), it’s a palace and park, build in 1755 by the 7th Dalai Lama Kalsang Gyatso and completed in 1783 under Jamphel Gyatso, the 8th Dalai Lama. It served as the summer residential palace of the successive Dalai Lamas, it is recognized...
Tourism Business In Tibet.

Tourism Business In Tibet.

Tourism is a process of traveling of people from their own usual environment to other places for business purpose,Leisure or enjoyment. Less than one year in terms of duration. Tourism is a dynamic and challenging industry where it needs to adopt with consistently changing needs and wishes of tourists.Tourism is a very challenging field where...
The Lower Tantric College-Gyume.

The Lower Tantric College-Gyume.

Gyume which is called The lower Tantric college was founded by Je Sherap Sangay in 1433. He was a disciple of Tsongkhapa who vowed to his teacher that he would take responsibility  for preserving  his tantric teachings. The college was first known as Se Gyu-Pa and was not located in Lhasa but  on a mountain...
Samten Ling Monastery-Tibet.

Samten Ling Monastery-Tibet.

Samding monastery is popularly known as Samten ling monastery in Tibet and one of Gelugpa sect in Tibetan Buddhism. The head of this monastery is a female reincarnation called Dorji Phagmo. A prominent figure in Buddhist realm. Its located on a peninsula hill of Yamdrok lake and southwest part of Lhasa.This lineage has a very...
Tibetan Women-Divine And Generous Heart.

Tibetan Women-Divine And Generous Heart.

Women hold an important position in every society and so does in Tibet. Tibetan women are very reserved,shy,timid and modest.Many western women are much more civilized ,open and would fight for what she wants and deserves in her life. But Tibetan women are little different from them.They literally sacrifice their entire life for her husband...
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