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In Tibetan, Norbulingka means “The Jewelled Park”, is a beautiful palace and a classical landscape park in Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous region. It served as the traditional summer palace for each successive Dalai Lama from 1780s until the 1959 was taken over by China government. It was built about 100 y…
In many travellers’ eyes, Tibet is their wonderland with pure sceneries and devout believe. In the past years, Maybe Tibet is just a remote dream. The poor transportation and the appalling high altitude made people hesitate to step on this splendid and amazing land. Nowadays, people can cho…
Shigatse is the hub of the road network connected Lhasa, Nepal and western Tibet. It is a destination of wonders, such as Mountain Everest, Tashihunpo Monastery, Sakya Monastery, Shalu Monastery and so on. Just follow the previous people’s visiting footprints to this mysterious land to expe…
When mention to the poem of Tibet, a poet’s name never forgotten- that is Tsangyang Gyatso. Tsangyang Gyatso was the most influential and remarkable poet in Tibet. He is famous for writing romantic poems about love and Buddhism. Many popular poems of that time handed down to today. The poem…
Tibet is a great destination of wonders, not only for the stunning landscapes, ancient culture relics, but also for the devout pilgrim of religion. As Lhasa is the center of Buddhism of Tibet, there are many influential temples in this city. Sera Monastery is one of the important temples among them.L…
With featured pure white Hada under the blue sky, Lhasa is rightly one of the most featured and dreamt-about cities in the world. This is not only because of its high altitude at 3,650 meters which means remoteness and limited accessibility, but also because of its over 1,000 years cultural and spiri…
Every country has their glorious civilization and culture, one way to get more understanding to them is to visit the museum. The museum is like a window that completely show on history, art, biology medical and so on. All kinds of which reflect how their countries were used to be. Tibet museum is one…
Yamdrok Lake is a very famous freshwater lake surrounded by lots of snowy mountains, one of the three sacred lakes together with Namtso Lake and Lake Manasorovar in Tibet. It is located on the south bank of Yarlung Zangbo River, also one of the largest inland lakes in the Himalayas region.With the al…
Located in central Tibet, Namtso Lake at an elevation of over 4,718 meters above sea level is the second largest saltwater lake in our country. Its an irregularly shaped lake surrounded by mountains, measuring over 30 kilometers from north to south and over 70 kilometers from east to west. Namtso Lak…
You would be somewhat surprised when you get to Nyingchi area, this is true even if you have already been to Lhasa or Mount Everest. The simple and old primitivity is also a point where bring people into the interesting part of Ba Songcuo Lake. The quiet courtyards in Tibetan-style as of their person…