Mandala Hotel

Address: No.31 Barkhor South Street, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No.31 Barkhor South Street, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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    Travel Blogs from Lhasa

    Stairway to Heaven (Buddhist Style)

    A travel blog entry by wayneh13 on Nov 10, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... they clap their hands together loudly and point in the direction of their debatee. This goes on for about one hour every day.

    Tonight we were lucky enough to get included in a traditional Tibetan dinner with a local family. We were picked up by Lumbum, one of the owners and taken to their apartment in the Barkhor section of Lhasa. He and his wife, Namdol, are a very sweet couple who run this restaurant out of their small 3 room home on the 2nd floor of ...

    Day 2 Lhasa Tibet

    A travel blog entry by gracecardie on Sep 13, 2014

    13 photos

    ... stupas,and monk dormitories as well as halls for prayer and places where the Dalai Lama can receive visitors. The palace was used as the winter residence of the Dalai Lama and was where the main religious and political affairs were played out. We were able to go inside and see the tombs of many of the previous Dalai Lamas as well as three of the temples that were and still are used for worship. We were not allowed to ...

    On top of the world....almost!

    A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Sep 08, 2014

    1 comment, 61 photos

    ... so remote, there were several young monks there and there was also a very young monk to be who was chasing us all around and trying to pour his can of coke over us.....in ordinary circumstances we would probably refer to him as a little **** but since he is a monk to be, I think a cheeky monkey would be more respectful :) After looking around here we were ready to set off again for our camp. We were a little confused because we had read that you can see Everest from the monastery but ...

    THE WILD WILD WEST OF TIBET

    A travel blog entry by crisanddavid on May 06, 2014

    6 comments, 24 photos

    ... peaks. We were required to undertake the inevitable time checks for speed, which meant that we had a number of smoko breaks along the way to kill time. At one of our "breaks" we sighted 2 yak skin boats transporting villagers and their goods across the river.
    We arrived back in sunny and familiar Lhasa a tad earlier than expected, as the last ...

    Don't mention the Dalai Lama

    A travel blog entry by annietheowl on May 28, 2013

    13 photos

    ... br> There was one more highlight to be had before we returned to the hotel, or rather in returning to the hotel. It was a fair old walk back so we decided to take a cycle rickshaw. It's a tough business for the rickshaw riders because there are many rickshaws and few customers so if you give even the slightest impression that you might be a customer half a dozen rickshaw riders will immediately attempt, quite physically, to coax you into their cab. The price we agreed was ...