Yamdorktso Lake

Yamdorktso Lake

Yamdorktso Lake is one of the “Three Holy Lakes in Tibet” (Namtso Lake, Manasarovar Lake and Yamdorktso Lake), bearing the Tibetan meaning “the above coral twig”, corresponding with its shape well. It locates at the Nagarzhag County of Lhoka Prefecture, the south side of the Yarlung Zangbo River. As...


The Everest Base Camp

The Everest Base Camp

The Everest Base Camp (EBC) is a special zone set for protecting the core area of the Everest and also providing the life supply. Chinese EBC locates at the north side of the Everest with 5200m higher than the sea level. There are also EBCs in the territory of Nepal at the south side of the peak. Th...


Mt. Everest

Mt. Everest

Mt. Everest stands at the Tingri County of Shigatse Prefecture, on the border line of China and Nepal, shared the South Slope by Nepal and the North Slope with China. With the height of 8848.43m, Mt. Everest occupies the position of the “the main peak of the Himalayas and the highest peak in the wor...


Namtso Lake

Namtso Lake

Namtso Lake resembles a rectangle and situates between the Dangxiong County and Bange County, at the middle of Tibet and occupies over 1920 km2, about 70 km long and 30 km wide, over the sea level 4718m, renowned as the highest salty lake in the world. So the travelers who plan to explore here are s...


BaksumTso Lake

BaksumTso Lake

Baksumtso Lake is a famous holy lake and holy place for Tibetan Red Hats, meaning “green water” in Tibet language. Located at the deep canyon of upstream of Ba River, Nyin Chi Region, Baksumtso Lake covers about 4000 hectares and 3700 meters over than the sea level. It has been listed as “National S...


Lhasa Carpet Factory

Lhasa Carpet Factory

Lhasa Carpet Factory is one of most famous Tibetan Carpet Factory in China, located in downtown of Lhasa City. Carpet is a necessity for families living in the pastoral area, which leads this Tibetan traditional handicraft keeping a long history and plentiful types as well. Lhasa Carpet Factory, as ...


Barkhor Street

Barkhor Street

Barkhor Street, also called Bajiao Street, is a famous turning scripture path and business center in Lhasa, conserving well the traditional appearance and living custom of the ancient Lhasa. Enrolled on the list of “Ten National Historical and Cultural Street”, Barkhor Street is considered as one of...


Zaki Temple

Zaki Temple

Zaki Temple is the only one temple of the God of Wealth in the whole Tibetan region. Located on the Zaki Road, in north suburb of Lhasa, Zaki Temple keeps a small scale but has been received quite good attendance with free charges. Zaki Temple is known as a branch temple of Sera Monastery . [&hellip...


Yangpachen Hot Spring

Yangpachen Hot Spring

Yangpachen is a town of Damxung County, located at the 91.8 km northwest of Lhasa City. It earns its fame by the rich geothermal resources, the titles of the highest geothermal power plant in the world and the biggest geothermal power plant in China and the only power plant to generate electricity i...


Yangpachen Monastery

Yangpachen Monastery

Yangpachen Monastery situates in the Yangpachen Town, Damxung County about 93km from Lhasa downtown which is an important conjunction connecting Lhasa to east, reaching Qinghai province to north, where Qinghai-Tibet Highway and China-Nepal Highway pass. Corresponding to its important location, the Y...


Sera Monastery

Sera Monastery

On the list National Relic Protection Units, Sera Monastery is one of Six Great Major Monasteries of Gulug school of Tibetan Buddhism, located at the foot of Serawoza Mountain about 3000m far from the northern suburban of Lhasa. Combined with Drepung Monastery and Ganden Monastery, Sera Monastery is...


Potala Palace

Potala Palace

Potala is Sanskrit, referring to the residence of the Goddess of Mercy. Potala Palace is the shrine for all pilgrims as a great representation of Tibet. People come here would be feasted from both sense organ and inner soul by its magnificent physical construction and collections as well as its sign...


Norbulingka

Norbulingka

Norbulingka was firstly built in 1740s, the time of the 7th Dalai Lama and experienced about 200 years’ construction until the time of 14th Dalai Lama. On the list National Relic Protection Units, the Norbulingka situated at the western suburban of Lhasa for over 200 years. It is a typical Tibetan s...


Nietang Buddha

Nietang Buddha

Nietang Buddha situates at 40km southwest of Lhasa, built over 700 years ago. Sitting on the north side of Nietang Mountain, along Lhasa River at east, Nietang Buddha is the first attraction to see by the travelers coming from the Gonggar airport of Lhasa City. It is the biggest cliff sculpture in T...


Lhasa River

Lhasa River

Lhasa River runs in the south central part of Tibetan region, originating from the Nyainqentanglha Range. Its Tibetan name is “Kyi River”, sharing the meaning of “happy river”. Flowing through Maizhokunggar County, Dazi County and Lhasa City lastly as well as meeting with the Yarlung Tsangpo River a...


Jokhang Temple

Jokhang Temple

Jokhang Temple, located in the center of the old Lhasa City, is considered as a holy place as Potala Palace not only from geographical location but also from the belief of the Tibet Buddhists. Both Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple was built by Songtsen Gampo, however Potala Palace has born more poli...


Ganden Monastery

Ganden Monastery

Ganden Monastery shares the fame of “Three Great Monasteries in Lhasa” with Drepung Monastery and Sera Monastery, and also the title of “Six Great Monasteries of Gulug School (Yellow Sect)”. Built in 1409, it holds the unique position in the six monasteries of Gulug School because of its founder Tso...


Drepung Monastery

Drepung Monastery

Drepung Monastery is one of the Six Great Monasteries of Gulug(Yellow Hat) in Tibet, and shares the fame of the Three Great Monasteries in Lhasa with Sera Monastery and Ganden Monastery. It locates at south side of Gebeiwoze Mountain, 10km east of west suburban of Lhasa city. The ordered architectur...


Chakpori Hill

Chakpori Hill

Chakpori Hill bears the meaning of “the hill on the mountain corner” in Tibetan language and “the hill of King Medicine” in Chinese. 3725m higher than the sea level, the Hill stands at Potala Palace’s right, with a path winding its way up to the top of hill for people. The hill earns its name of “th...


Zezhol Monastery

Zezhol Monastery

Zezhol Monastery is located at the cliff of the famous holy mountain Mt. Zezhol of Dingqing County, Chamdo, east of Tibet, 4800m above sea level, about 37km from the county town. It is one of monasteries with highest altitude in Tibet, and also one of the oldest and most important monasteries of Bon...


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