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The growing numbers of tourists choosing to travel to Tibet are on the increase every year. Lhasa the capital of Tibet has seen an annual 23% increase in tourists from China and overseas in 2013. Tourism revenues exceeded an estimated 1.34 billion U.S. dollars a 25% increase from 2012.Yamdrok LakeTib…
Altitude sickness (also known as acute mountain sickness) is a body reaction to the low pressure of oxygen at high altitude. Normally it occurs above 2400 meters. Tibet’s average altitude ranges from 4000 to 5000 meters. So you are likely to encounter altitude sickness when you travel there. The sym…
When it comes to Tibet tour, what comes to your head first? Most people would answer the Potala Palace right away. You could be right but there is so much more to explore in the holy land of Tibet. If you want to find a nice escape, somewhere more peaceful than Lhasa, you don’t want to miss the Zha…
Before the very first rays of sunlight set in, Tibetan monks carried huge thangka of Buddha, exquisite paintings on silk canvases to the hillside overlooking the Monastery. Upon hearing the chant of lamas, the call of bugles and drums, tens of thousands of Tibetan pilgrims, locals, and tourists flock…
The growth of Tibet’s tourism is becoming evident, Lhasa the capital of Tibet has seen a annual 23% increase in tourists from China and overseas in 2013. Tourism revenues exceeded an estimated 1.34 billion U.S. dollars a 25% increase from 2012.Tibet is one of the most amazing places that to…
The 2015 Shoton Festival kicked off on 14th August in Tibet, the festival attracted over 200,000 dedicated Buddhists. The Drepung Monastery was filled with dedicated followers and the highlight was the 40 meter Thangka painting of the Buddha. The Shoton Festival is the largest festival of Tibet and d…
Work on expanding Tibet Museum has already begun in Lhasa. The expansion project which is expected to be complete in 2020 will see the building expand to 58,000 square meters. Once the expansion has been completed the museum can accommodate 7,000 visitors per day. There are more than 520,000 historic…
Construction has begun on Chinas first Tibetan Opera Museum in Lhasa. The museum is expected to cost around 5.44 million RMB (around 800,000 USD). The construction work will end in the first half of 2019. The museum is estimated to cover an area of 1,080 square meters and will exhibit the different s…