Zai Lu Shang Inn

67-4-2 Area, Xianzu Island Ecology Area, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 67-4-2 Area, Xianzu Island Ecology Area, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si), and Barkhor Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Lhasa

    12000 Feet-Tibet At Last

    A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jul 25, 2014

    3 photos

    ... proper.

    Today is an easy day, with lots of rest to adjust to the altitude. We did eat at the Tibet Steak House and had our first experience with yak. I found it very similar to beef, only slightly gamier. It was also leaner, like bison. We had yak curry, yak stew, and other treats. All of it was quite good. It seems I like yak.

    Terry and I ventured out after dinner to a pharmacy where I found Tylenol ...

    Prayer Flags...

    A travel blog entry by chopsticks on Jul 22, 2014

    ... in there. The walls were great but the floor was a sheet of plywood with two holes cut out. I could only imagine if that plywood gave way!! As we headed out, it was pretty funny...Brian made eye contact with a yak and it chased him! It was quite chilly, but felt great. You know me and the heat. I could have used another layer, though. Cheryl and if had a great walk together...it was about 1 1/2 hours...the lake was super clear and cold and we walked the path beside it. I cannot ...

    Lhasa is beautiful wherever you go...

    A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia on Oct 09, 2013

    9 photos

    ... to what was once the holy centre of Tibetan Buddhism and housing the head of the religion worldwide: his holiness the Dalai Lama; who fled to India after the Chinese occupation as he would be arrested if found by the Chinese authorities. Although empty for all but 30 monks who now curate this iconic building it was still awe inspiring to stand at the foot of the hundreds of stairs which led to the temples inside. During the hour long visit which foreigners ...

    You can't cross the sea by standing .....

    A travel blog entry by sorbus on Aug 08, 2011

    3 comments, 89 photos

    ... to open up the country. He invited the Duke of Edinburgh to a tiger shoot. Which placed the Duke in a difficult position. On the one hand this invitation was a great honour, on the other he was President of the World Wildlife Fund. Diplomatically on the morning of the shoot he came down with a newly bandaged trigger finger.

    Patan is, was, one of the three states of the Kathmandu valley. Back in mid 18th century the first king of Nepal, ...

    Not Like Any Other Place

    A travel blog entry by alex-stu on Apr 18, 2011

    2 comments, 39 photos

    There are some political groups who (strongly) suggest that tourists shouldn't travel to Tibet. The Dali Lama himself however wrote the forward to the Lonely Planet's Tibet guide, encouraging foreign travelers to come. Tourism, working with Tibetan guides and Tibetan companies, going to Tibetan run hotels and shopping at Tibetan shops can only benefit the Tibetan people. Meeting them and getting to know them also only helps convey Tibetans' plight to the world.
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