Banak Shol Hotel

Address: No.8 Beijing East Road, Chengguan District, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.8 Beijing East Road, Chengguan District, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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        Travel Blogs from Lhasa

        Yamdrok Yak Attack

        A travel blog entry by jmcmonagle on Oct 24, 2015

        2 comments, 4 photos

        The nosebleeds and the headaches continue today and it seems like our options in China is to either have clean but thin air or thick but polluted air. I feel good though so will take the clean air every time.

        It's out, or technically, up to Yamdrok Lake today. One of four holy lakes in Tibet. We only get half a mile out of the hotel when we blow a tyre and Mr Happy just laughs all the way to a garage where they change it. ...

        Lhasa to Chongqing

        A travel blog entry by kbgstm on Sep 24, 2015

        7 photos

        We left Lhasa before we really got acclimated to the altitude, but we saw some amazing sights. The Tibetan Buddhist culture is still strong here, despite the pervasive Han Chinese presence. We hope the Tibetans will be given more freedom. We can see how Chinese infrastructure and education reforms have improved those areas of Tibetan lives. On the bus ride to the airport, we got a chance to see some of the broad river plain surrounded ...

        The Lhasa Steps (not Odessa, but a lot)

        A travel blog entry by wayneh13 on Nov 09, 2014

        2 comments, 15 photos

        ... used. There are thousands of statues here, both large and small. In one chapel there are 1,000 small Buddha statues behind glass. There are many silks painted in a variety of colors and symbols hanging from the rafters. There are stories painted on the walls depicting Buddhist history. Some chapels have rooms for the dalai lama -- where he presided over meetings, studied and meditated. This is a very holy place. That is readily apparent when you see the people prostrate ...

        Drepung and Sera Monasteries

        A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Oct 03, 2013

        7 photos

        After a solid nights sleep we were up and had breakfast at the restaurant at the hotel. The restaurant caters to tourists so I had eggs and hashbrowns, nothing exciting. After breakfast we met up with our local guide Tashi and our driver who took us to the Drepung monastery on the other side of Lhasa. It was built in 1416 in a small valley at the foot of a mountain overlooking Lhasa. The rain we had gotten overnight had stopped by the time we got there and the sky ...

        The no more forbidden city

        A travel blog entry by wildwildeast on Jun 04, 2013

        21 photos

        ... As we jumped out of the train, savoring our newly found freedom, we were immediately taken aside by a police officer who, after having checked our passports and permits, marched us over to meet our guide, Pemba, a tiny Tibetan of thirty-two. For at least the second time on our trip, we felt like schoolchildren, safely delivered into the hands of our responsible chaperone. The feeling grew stronger as we were introduced to our driver, Tashi Gelpo, who whisked our ...

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