The Tibet Cang-Gyan Lhasa Hotel

Address: No.83 Beijing East Road, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on No.83 Beijing East Road, 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

    ... 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 ...

    High Altitude

    A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 21, 2014

    2 comments

    ... others fainted. So when we planned this route, we instructed the agent to start taking us up gradually, so Lijiang was 2,400 metres (7,900 feet), Tacheng was 2,200 metres, although we went up to 2,600 metres, partly on foot, to see the monkeys and then Zhongdian/Shangri-La was between 3200 and 3400 metres which did not seem to bother us too much apart from tiredness and occasional breathlessness at night. Here in Lhasa, although the difference in height ...

    Mystical Potala Palace

    A travel blog entry by chabuquita on May 05, 2013

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    We all were dreading the 300 meters (900 feet) ascend to the palace but it was very well worth it.
    The Potala is a typical Tibetian architecture. The main buildings are the Red Palace and White Palace. The building branches are connected and built to catch the sunset. The whole structure dominates the city and brings hundreds of worshipers every day. It also houses magnificent works of art especially ...

    Mission Possible: Tibet (Part I)

    A travel blog entry by sashadasha on Dec 04, 2011

    20 photos

    ... pottery and literature are unique and little known in the West. This culture is under threat. To be objective, the Chinese has also contributed a lot to Lhasa and surrounding areas. The brand new roads, the infrastructure, the modern housing, the technology, a wide variety of foods were unavailable in Tibet till lately. One could say two sides must find a way to live together, side by side. However, we are not sure if it is possible.

    To be continued...
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    Monastaries, Monks and Local Character

    A travel blog entry by adamz on Jun 06, 2011

    246 photos

    ... when a soldier turned around while I was taking a photo. Thankfully I quickly looked away and took a photo of a nearby stall and he decided not to come up to me.

    As mentioned earlier the Ramoche Temple is the Chinese wife's temple but contains the nepelese icon. Once again could take photos here and this time found that the place had monks chanting out their evening prayers.

    Called it a day with the tour guide and headed back to the hotel for a bit of a ...