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

    ... foreigners walking around here as the locals peer at me with more curiosity than I have of them. I find a couple of monasteries easily identifiable by the massive plums of juniper burning out front. I am welcomed in by the monks and invited to view the hall while they are in prayer. Even though I have been in many monasteries and even a few during prayer time it never ceases to amaze me when a monk stops praying to answer his cell phone. I climb ...

    Day 25 Journey from Chengdu to Tibet

    A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Oct 11, 2014

    18 photos

    ... principle, United States of America, possible. impossible, assistant... At this point I wasn't as relaxed since I am not the best speller plus he asked me definitions of words and I felt like I was back in Laos teaching English and pronounciation. It was interesting learning about him and at one point he even showed me how he used his iphone with quick voice recognition. It was all together a strange experience...I was both relaxed and not relaxed. ...

    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 ...

    Do you know what a monk life looks like?

    A travel blog entry by anaketa on May 03, 2014

    15 photos

    ... it. The monastery was full of children went there for getting the benediction from a monk represented by a black sign on their nose: they looked at us fascinated from our occidental look and we gave the gaze back, curious of their black nose. At this point it was already 3 o'clock: time for monks debates! We went to the debating courtyard, where around 30 monks, old and young, were debating. The process is very interesting. One or more monks ...

    Roof of the World again....

    A travel blog entry by chabuquita on May 04, 2013

    ... along the way. The monks hopefully will enjoy it and see my face and travels. I feel a little part of me is in this wonderful place. No problems. I have two other cameras that I use more than my little one.
    the Monastery is perched on top of the mountains. It's a large place for monks to study guided by the elder Lamas. We watched the younger ones quiz each other in matters of religion or knowledge of ...