Shambhala Palace

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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    Travel Blogs from Lhasa

    I Can Do It - Only 364 Steps

    A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... br> As it is all over the area, we went through security screening twice, had to show ticket three times, and even our passport! There were police and guards everywhere. You can take pictures outside, but none inside the museum nor the inside of the palace,not even from the upper roof (may show police/troops). They do not have post cards that show the inside. It is considered very sacred. I learned that when a Dali Lama dies, his living quarters are not used ...

    Lhasa Nice Day

    A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Sep 28, 2013

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    ... my morning I sat in the nice arm chair in the hotel room looking out at some locals sauntering about in the small streets below and on the adjoining buildings roof tops. They were on their phones, drying clothes and trainers, sat chatting and playing with children. It occurred to me that I might never find T-shirt that I liked and fitted, this did not over worry me as the prices here were on par with back home. I will wait until Vietnam or Thailand perhaps. ...

    27 hours in Lhasa

    A travel blog entry by thegrays on Jul 29, 2013

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... had the early stages of AMS (acute mountain sickness). AMS is a condition that occurs when a person
    travels too quickly from a lower elevation to a high elevation without allowing their body properly acclimatize. Lhasa was at 3,600 meters (more than 10,000 feet).

    We were told that the sickness is really common and that we should be over it within 24 hours. But by the following morning, Kaiden’s non-stop vomiting had not subsided, and Shoko ...

    On Top of the World

    A travel blog entry by wreckedagain2 on May 27, 2009

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... I’d seen a television documentary on Tibet which featured the monks debating – something which traditionally happens every day at 3 pm and it had fascinated me. We arrived early and wandered up the main pathway towards the central hall – a lot of the living quarters were in disrepair – broken windows, wooden boards and doors in need of painting; there has been a great reduction in the number of monks in the monastery due to ...

    Drak Yurpa Monastery

    A travel blog entry by dj-travelblog09 on Apr 12, 2009

    This is a posthumous entry but I can still remember this day as clearly as if I was there yesterday. It was probably not a great idea going so high so early but we were told by our guide it was 'only' about 4200m but in fact it was 4850m as displayed on the massive sign as we approached the cliffs. Our permit did not allow us to go to any of what are considered the 3 great monasteries in and around Lhasa, the Ganden, Sera and Drepung Monastery. Wanting to get our ...