Kirey Hotel

No.105 Beijing EastRoad, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel

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Altitude and massages

A travel blog entry by anaketa


... a tibetan massage from lightness blind people. As the name say, all the massage staff there is blind or light blind, that help you a bit when you have to get completely undress for the massage. The tibetan massage go through all the body and it's similar to a shiatsu, so if you are thinking to a relaxing experience, forget it: you will feel pain, so much pain!! But if you get the right guy, the day after you will feel like new! The massage took one hour, ...


A travel blog entry by chuck


... This time when they ask for my permit I tell them I don't have one. Not sure if they would call the cops or just turn me back... they talk back and forth for a few minutes. I'm not sure why I'm still waiting but I wait patiently. Suddenly one girl gets up, comes over and starts speaking English. "You Ric********es" she says. I say "No"... misunderstanding the situation. She says again "No... you ARE Ric********es, ok?" I figure it out after they explain that mr ...

The Capital City

A travel blog entry by marqual


... like 50's era. All of the palaces were very nice but not very "palacial".

We caught the bus back to our part of town and checked out the huge pharmacy with the interesting Chinese medicines. Most of the boxes were in Chinese, but one of the more interesting bottles with English was called "Essence of Kangaroo."

Tonight, we had reservations as a group at one of the fancier restaurants at town, called Dunya. We've decided to celebrate a fake ...

The Spiritual Heart of Tibet

A travel blog entry by champa


Day 43 of our travels/Day 17 in China

Hi All - As you can see from the map, we have arrived in Lhasa this afternoon. Today's journey was amazing as we travelled along the one of the longest & highest passes ever, and would you believe it was misty & raining but still some amazing sights.
Lhasa is full of people, traffic, rickshaws and like some other Chinese towns appears to be a permanent building site - the Chinese ...

Tibet-Day 2- Palace and Temples

A travel blog entry by kateschronicles


... Hall, which is the highest in the Red Palace, holds the Beijing-edition Dangyur which Emperor Yongzhen of the Qing Dynasty presented to the 7th Dalai Lama. The westernmost section of the Red Palace is the Hall of the Holy Stupa for the 13th Dalai Lama, built in 1933-1935. The hall, 14 meters high, contains a Mandala said to be made of 200,000 pearls.

It was then off to lunch and a little respite before heading to Jokhang Temple. Lunch was at the ...


This hotel, located on No.105 Beijing EastRoad, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si), and Norbulingka (Precious Stone Garden).
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