Labrang Hotel

No.70 Laizhou Cun, Xiahe, Gansu, 747100, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.70 Laizhou Cun, Xiahe.
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    Travel Blogs from Xiahe

    A different take on China

    A travel blog entry by arhaycox16 on Jul 23, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... 1,100 prayer wheels at Labrang. They are these massive carefully decorated wheels lined up and people go through spinning every one and chanting their prayers. It is not a silent event. It was so cool to follow behind some of the pilgrims chanting their prayers and circumambulating. I enjoyed following a variety of people as I walked around the entire monastery and spun every single one of the 1,100 prayer wheels. Adults, the elderly and even children ...

    Yellow Hats, Horns and Drums

    A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Jun 22, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... Hats, sunglasses and photographing are not allowed inside the temples. Each temple has a large statue of a specific Buddha or a stupa containing relics of an important lama. The town is long and narrow, the central road terminates at the monastery. There is, as everywhere in China, housing construction. Here there is a stylistic trend towards ...

    Labrang Monastery - a taste of Tibet

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on May 18, 2014

    14 photos

    Everyone sleeps well in cool mountain air, the town is set amid green pine clad mountains with kites flying overhead. Maybe it was due to the ginger last night, but nobody reports altitude sickness. Breakfast is very good, with proper bread, yak yoghurt and honey. We don't know if this is just a concession to Westerners though, because there are an awful lot of them here. The draw is the Labrang Monastery, the second largest monastery of the Yellow Hat sect of Buddhism built ...

    Silk Road: Day Four

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Aug 20, 2013

    63 photos

    ... a financially rich area.

    Following checking at the Baoma Hotel, I went to the Nomad Restaurant near the hotel. My table ordered yak meat in the curry, dumplings, and pizza (not American type). I had Muslim tea with dry fruit. While eating, I joked with Angie that we should become monks to live the simple life. (Never happening because I refuse to give my luxury items like my phone). I gave Avery a hard time when she forgot to name fried chicken as ...

    Episode 15

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Sep 19, 2012

    5 photos

    ... glo plugs not working well, and any number of other things. I did have to remind her that hey, I’m just a stuffed toy, try as I might no way is D going to hear me. GET REAL Woman!!!!!

    So now L has gone, I never did get any applications from anyone to be my secretary, hey! What’s wrong with me do I smell bad? Who is going to do my writing now, hells bells, the situation is desperate! HELP!

    Lynette Regan 7th September ...

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