Himalaya Hotel

Address: No.6 Lingkuo East Road, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
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Location

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

Stairway to Heaven (Buddhist Style)

A travel blog entry by wayneh13 on Nov 10, 2014

2 comments, 15 photos

... inside, no photographs are allowed. That is truly unfortunate because this is one of the most amazing buildings in the world. As imposing and impressive as it appears from the exterior, what it contains in its rooms is amazing.

As the primary residence for the Dalai Lama there is the usual assortment of reception rooms, meeting rooms, study rooms, meditation rooms and assembly rooms. But what sets Potala apart from every place else in Buddhism are ...

Day 28 Lake Yamdrok

A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Oct 14, 2014

16 photos

... it wasn't really phyical. I also noticed how dry the air and how it is hard to breath in this high altitude. Tonight I am packing up again as I head to Bhutan tomorrow. I am not sure what to expect and just found out that most of the ATMs don't work so I will need to come up with some money back up plan. I do have USD so can pay hotel etc. with that, but I'll probably need to get some local currency. Oh the worries of ...

Ganden Monastery and Drak Yerpa Monastery

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 23, 2014

23 photos

... little searching, discovered where it was coming from and climbed up to watch them and some oboe type instruments being played, seemingly as an accompaniment to the chanting on the other side of the valley. We felt so lucky to have seen and heard this archetypal Tibetan sound so well known around the world but likewise so unique. As the bridges were being rebuilt, we had to head almost completely back to Lhasa before crossing the river and heading on to our ...

Tibet Part I - Monastery Madness

A travel blog entry by gfiveg on Apr 21, 2014

4 comments, 38 photos

... The plane ride up onto the Tibetan plateau, also know as "the roof of the world", to our destination of Lhasa, was as thrilling as just about anything experienced thus far on this world wide tour. The high altitude turbulence tossed the plane around like a one legged man in an ass beating contest. And at the same time, offered astonishing and unparalleled views of the massive peaks that make up the Himalayas, the Mother of which is the mighty ...

Do you want Tibet she won't marry me?

A travel blog entry by tomandamy on Oct 13, 2011

35 photos

... was the occasional soldier watching the tracks as a reminder of China's prescence - something that was also constantly seen in Lhasa as there were loads of armed soldiers around. We arrived in the evening and went out to explore the old town of Lhasa. Although still part of China, it definetely felt as though we had travelled to a different country; the sights, smells and sounds had changed as we strolled around streets of Tibetan ...