Changdu Grand Conference Center Hotel

Address: No.378 Changdu West Road, Qamdo, Tibet, 854000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.378 Changdu West Road, Qamdo, is near Yamdrok Yumtso Lake and Lake Manasarova.
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Travel Blogs from Qamdo

Gar Monastery, and Meeting the Monk 2

A travel blog entry by linruiqi on Aug 21, 2013

34 photos

... for is to undertake monastic seclusion (闭关) - sealing himself in a small room for 3 years, 3 months, and 3 days, allowed no human contact except for one person assigned to bring him food and remove waste, and even then that person is not allowed to communicate with him. And he is doing the 'lite' version - other monks go into seclusion for 6 or 9 years, or apparently in the case of the master of this monastery who is in a room ...

Sky burial

A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Mar 05, 2008

7 photos

... on the past week). Half the town consisted of traditional style buildings, low and somehow almost a part of the rolling hillsides of brown scrub, and often when walking through this area people would invite me to sit and drink yak-butter tea (yuk), to talk if they could manage a few words of English. Up past Litang monastery and the boundaries of town, I spent a very breathless afternoon climbing to the peak of one of the hills, quite badly sunburning myself ...

As close as I'll get?

A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Mar 02, 2008

25 photos

... regions, and as such is refreshingly Tibetan in character. Tibetan script outweighed Chinese, freshly removed yak furs lay drying in the streets, tall, wild haired Tibetans in heavy long coats with absurdly long sleeves (making me quite jealous, with only cheap gloves to keep my fingers from freezing) and greetings came as 'tashi delay' instead of 'ni hao'. Except with me, that was. Even here, they seemed to know ...


A travel blog entry by dynamo on Sep 25, 2007

... without reaching the end of time. 60km/hr at one point, making me fearful for my new rear hub and rebuilt rear wheel. Descending the valley wall first could see some pine forest spread out below, and a thin strip of cultivated land and a river; then before you've taken that in your in the farmland, passing traditional tibetan homesteads and frightening the cows. 24 sep 68km. v. jungly day. from camp below road by prayer flag, only a few hundred meters to stream ...

Holy water falls

A travel blog entry by worldtaste on Sep 19, 2007

1 comment, 28 photos

... and a coke. A Tibetan there gave us a kind of root (2 cm long for 1 m width) after eating it, he ask us for 50 yuans. As he gave it to us as gift we did not want to pay for it. We payed what we ordered and we try to leave. The man try to stop us and even give me a kick. At this time I was almost ready to fight with him (those who know me know that I almost never fight) , the man understood that ...