Himalaya Hotel

Address: No.6 Lingkuo East Road, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.6 Lingkuo East Road, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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Travel Blogs from Lhasa

Stunning Views on the Way to Tibet

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Dec 06, 2014

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... do need to expand their international part to the airport. I ran into a couple I had met trekking who were from Halifax. We were both waiting for flights that of course didn't appear to be leaving on time. My flight was finally called about thirty minutes after it was scheduled to depart. The plane was a full sized jet but there were only about thirty passengers. I have flown over or past the Himalayans numerous times on my trip so far but today had to be the ...

Roof of the World

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 21, 2014

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... this title on the 4829 meter high Lima to Huancayo route. Unfortunately China is not poised to hold this title long as there are plans underway in India to complete a track that breaks the record at a staggering 5329 meters from Bilaspur to Leh.

Ask any Tibetan and they will tell you that Qinghai is Tibet. The current Dalai Lama was not born in Tibet under it's current borders but actually in a tiny village named Taktser about 30 km ...

Lhasa, tibet

A travel blog entry by wanderingsteph on Oct 15, 2014

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... off to the Sera Monastery, it is the second biggest and was built in 1419. Everything is so old. It is here we watched the Tibetan philosophy. It's held in the debate courtyard and it's the time the monks get together to debate Buddhist philosophy. Most sit on cushions in this courtyard whist other stand talking and clapping at the ones sitting. It's was an interesting experience and all the clapping and chanting/talking was actually quite ...


A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Jul 12, 2014

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... were to visit the following day with the group, but our walking tour took us around the Temple, and partially on the Barkhor which is the pilgrim circuit which goes around the temple. The thing that got us was the sheer number of people who were in Lhasa, as tourists as locals and as pilgrims. We didn't expect it to be so touristy as a lot of the shops on the Barkhor catered for the pilgrims and tourists, there were countless prayer beads and prayer wheels, ...

The no more forbidden city

A travel blog entry by wildwildeast on Jun 04, 2013

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... us to a small, family-run restaurant serving Tibetan noodle soup. We begin to discuss Buddhism, the Dalai-Lama, and the two other most important authorities in Buddhism, the Panchan Lama and the Karmapa. Naturally, Gilles and I want to know more about the position of the three highest figures of the religion, without delving into the political implications of their spiritual power- but Pemba interrupts us, saying it is not the right time and place to discuss such matters. ...