Mandala Hotel

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

        The Potala

        A travel blog entry by durieux on Oct 05, 2015

        4 photos

        ... other golden objects around us, and a sweeping view over the city below. Around this all the majestic ring of mountains which circles the plain of Lhasa. Every 20 minutes, they let in 200 visitors. In the morning locals can enter for free. And almost all these people are Buddhist and end up worshipping. In the Potala are the shrines of most of the previous Dalai Lamas. Most of the rooms still contain the objects left by the last Dalai Lama when he went into ...

        Roof of the World

        A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 21, 2014

        30 photos

        Sorry guys, I was waiting to leave China to post this and then got a little sidetracked.

        My nearly two day train journey from Chengdu to Lhasa makes a large arc through Sichuan and Gansu provinces, then into Qinghai province where we start our dramatic ascent to the Tibetan Plateau. This is the worlds highest train passing through the Tanggu-la Pass at 5072 meters. Completed in 2006 it took the long held record from Peru which for 113 ...

        Day 25 Journey from Chengdu to Tibet

        A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Oct 11, 2014

        18 photos

        ... him in the lobby. Even the last moments were strange when he asked me for the "WC" I was so confused but when I saw his hands I realised he needed me to take him to the bathroom so he could wash the oil off his hands. Then, I had to walk him to the door which he almost walked straight into. After he left I was relieved as it was so strange and somewhat surreal. Then, I realised "WC" meant water closet. I've had pretty strange massages before one lady ...

        Last Day in Tibet

        A travel blog entry by gracecardie on Sep 22, 2014

        5 photos

        Today we visited the oldest monastery in Tibet. At 3705m above sea level we faced our final challenge of 800+ steps up a steep Slope at 67%oxygen level to visit the Monastery known as Longbolhakang. It was built in the 2nd century BC. Apart from the age of the structure and the beauty ...

        Day 3 - Climatising in Lhasa

        A travel blog entry by simon_young on Sep 15, 2013

        1 comment, 2 photos

        ... at the entry point, along with numerous signs indicating matches / lighters are prohibited, as most of the construction materials are flammable wood & paper. In one small temple Tony, Christian & I find ourselves jam packed in a small room with only one entry & exit point. We feel a warmer than the other temples then realise that the monks are burning offerings in the center of the room & everyone chanting & throwing paper offerings into the ...