Gyantse Hotel

Address: No.2 Shanghai East Road, Gyantse Town, Gyangze, Tibet, 857400, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.2 Shanghai East Road, Gyantse Town, Gyangze, is near Gyangze Old Street, Dzong Fortress, and Pala Manor.
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    Travel Blogs from Gyangze

    Tsedang - Lake Yamdok - Gyantse

    A travel blog entry by tbienek on Oct 15, 2015

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    ... Lopsang did a drop and we ran to get into the restaurant before two buses of Chinese tourists. After lunch we drove on to the only glacier we have seen at the highest point on this trip at 5039m, we'd driven through light snow, and it was blowing a gale so we didn't stay out of the car for long. Downhill then to Gyantse and a quick visit to the famous Monestry, which is finally being repaired after it was almost completely destroyed in the ...

    Drive Day

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Dec 09, 2014

    28 photos

    ... also the main river that's runs through Tibetan. We also climbed in elevation and took a very curvy road up a mountain to Kamba La pass (5010 metres) where we were treated to a terrific view of Yamadroke Lake from the top. The wind had definitely increased by this time so it was pretty windy up there. We then descended down the other side of the mountain and drove around the lake to a small town where we stopped for lunch. After lunch we stopped ...

    Gyantze for the night - Kumbum & Fort

    A travel blog entry by caitsinasia on Nov 22, 2014

    21 photos

    ... We strapped the gopro to the front of the car for footage of the mountains & drive. At one point, we stopped receiving wireless signals for it and realized it had fallen off. We spent half an hour backtracking and found it on the side of the road but still in one piece.

    We toured the Gyantse Kumbum, a snail-shaped building with dozens of small alcoves with Buddhist sculptures & ...