Shambhala Palace

Address: No.7 Jiri Erxiang, Lhasa, Tibet, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.7 Jiri Erxiang, Lhasa.
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      Roof of the World

      A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 21, 2014

      30 photos

      ... roads.

      Periodically announcements come on to advise us of “highlights”. We pass by the shimmering Namtso lake as the announcer tells us in Chinese and then English that this is the world's highest lake. For anyone else who has been to China, there is a distinct belief that all of the world's great wonders and accomplishments sit within their borders. Time to shatter another myth. This is far from the highest lake in the ...

      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, ...

      Highest Railway in the World

      A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Sep 28, 2014

      4 comments, 37 photos

      ... I'd still recommend this trip. If not hygienic, it is safe, the view is spectacular, the people friendly and the little carts making their way up and down the aisle sell beer at 95 cents and a good meal for under 5 dollars. Hard sleeper class is crowded and it's not the best for getting a good sleep, so if you're not recovering from the sticker shock of Tibetan travel, spend the money on soft sleeper class – it is easier to find one's balance in China with a bit more personal ...


      A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Jul 12, 2014

      42 photos

      ... people who struggled round with their prayer beads, wheel and nike trainers, took frequent rest stops and would stare at us as we went past, however once we smiled at them, they usually broke into a smile themselves and sometimes said hello. The people seemed really friendly and we got lots of smiles from young and old alike. We went into a small temple on our tour, and I must admit that I did not feel the spiritual calm that you sometimes feel when you go ...

      Nam Tso Lake

      A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Sep 29, 2013

      29 photos

      ... way, long tunnels through mountain to avoid potentially flooding flat land and all this heavily guarded by soldiers every kilometer if not less. One soldier by himself sitting or standing close to a very basic small tent. Not much protection from the elements and how dreadfully boring. No where here do you get away from seeing a heavy military presence. Beautiful weather today too even if it was colder in the morning. Our first stop was just at the toad side where ...