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

      Roof of the World

      A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 21, 2014

      30 photos

      ... at the site entrance this morning even though I had arranged to meet him and the owner at the hotel two hours later. After three different reasons why he didn't show the prior morning and the owner telling me he thinks he might have gone partying a little late I was not overly impressed with him and I think he figured by showing up there it would make up for it. Unfortunately it just made everything worse. I think this is the fastest I have ...

      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 ...

      Weathering the elements in Lhasa

      A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 10, 2014

      2 comments, 24 photos

      ... area of the old town, taking in the back streets, where you really get a taste of everyday life, eventually arriving at the Muslim area, distinctive by a couple of minarets. The markets in this area tended to have a range of foodstuffs, a relief from the shops in other areas selling decorative items and clothing. The exit on to the main road was a beautiful large arch, with an Arabic flavour to its embellishment. Four of us, minus Tony, ...

      Tashi delek Lhasa!

      A travel blog entry by anaketa on May 02, 2014

      16 photos

      ... was a cat, hidden under the table. The restaurant staff didn't do anything, they just waited for our reaction to see what to do. We naturally smiled and Gio sat on the next chair, so they smiled too (probably if she had said something different they would have moved him). Here all the people respect animals, every kind, because they believe in the reincarnation, and they also are not afraid of them, but they take care of our fury friends. This is a ...

      Xining and 5 Days in Tibet

      A travel blog entry by milfung on May 10, 2012

      8 photos

      ... take part in the koras, practice of walking clockwise around monasteries. Fortunately we did have the freedom to join the locals on a kora or two and visit Lhasa’s temples – both were surreal but moving experiences. We also visited the impressive and imposing Potala Palace where the Dali Lama ruled Tibet and where we were strangely quizzed by an undercover monk, to check we weren’t breaking our permit by being without a guide or in ...