Shambhala Palace

Address: No.16 Taibeng Gang Wengdui Xingka Sangdong Yuan, Lhasa, Tibet, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.16 Taibeng Gang Wengdui Xingka Sangdong Yuan, Lhasa.
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    A travel blog entry by jmcmonagle on Oct 23, 2015

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    ... down and is filled with statues. It's the most important temple in Tibet as it's at the very centre of the city/country. It's one of three holy circles in Lhasa and thousands of people walk around it, always in a clockwise direction, in a holy ritual. We will complete two of the three circles before the end of the day. No photos are allowed inside but it's very dark and smoky inside so it's eyes for cameras time ...

    On the road to Nam-tso and Nam-tso lake

    A travel blog entry by robgizzy on Oct 21, 2014

    9 photos

    After breakfast (Rob had noodles and yak meat and I had bread with yak butter), we set off for Nam-tso lake. The road was as bad as yesterday and at one point we came across some pilgrims who were going from monastery to monastery and it would take about three years. We stopped for lunch in a town- again yak meat in different configurations! Then we arrived at the main entrance of Nam-tso natural park. We also by now have an asphalted road! How fab, ...

    Hitting the High Road

    A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 13, 2014

    26 photos

    ... Friendship Highway split and the bus took the southern branch towards Gampa, a village on the way to Yamdrok Lake, with the highway narrowing to a single lane each way, but the road still well surfaced. Gampa, a small village of flat roofed houses made from stones and small rocks held together by grey mortar sat on a plain at the base of the climb

    towards the pass. Any flat land close to ...

    Butter Tea and yak stew

    A travel blog entry by laowaibensen on Aug 04, 2014

    62 photos

    ... far more relaxed but still quite impressive.

    The Lhasa airport is small, but the shock really comes after you collect your baggage. Leaving the claim area the guards are unconcerned with your bags but extremely interested in your papers. Chinese nationals pass through by giving their card to the helmeted man and having it scanned. I on the other hand gave my travel permits and passport to the same helmeted man, who clearly didn't know ...

    Inner Peace Through Impulse Buying?

    A travel blog entry by on Jul 20, 2014

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... you send your things through before you enter monasteries and temples, and we hear that when we visit Potala Palace we are only allowed to bring our cameras and our money---no sunscreen, no water, no meds, nada!

    I’ve done just fine with the altitude. We took it easy when we arrived and now we’re raring to go! Every so often I feel a little winded, like when we went up into the countryside another 500 feet in elevation, and climbed lots ...