Lhasa Century Hotel

Address: No.66 Beijing Middle Rd, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.66 Beijing Middle Rd, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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Travel Blogs from Lhasa

Yaks and yetis in the Land of Snows

A travel blog entry by helenaperry on Dec 30, 2014

5 comments, 34 photos

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But what about the yaks and yetis, I hear you cry? Well, as I was forced to fly in and out, I didn't get to see any yaks on the hoof, as it were. I enjoyed plenty of yak meat momos during my stay in Lhasa, but the nearest I got to an actual yak was......

... these beautiful decorated skulls.


Hitting the High Road

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 13, 2014

26 photos

... up the climb the bus passed cyclists, which Jake said wasn't an unusual sight, with enthusiasts, often undertaking cycling treks over the mountains. The landscape constantly changed, some slopes of the mountains bare and rugged, while others were green, covered by small clumps of plants. Nearing the top of the pass, black dots on the slopes grew, finally recognisable as yaks feeding on the plants in ...

The Motley Crew: Summer 2014 Good Karma Tour

A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Jul 23, 2014

5 comments, 45 photos

... The only photo allowed to be shown in Tibet is one of the Dalai Lama shaking hands with Chairman Mao. Right behind one of his chambers is a small painting of of him surrounded by his family and Chinese dignitaries.

All other mention, nada, nada, nada. Mei yo, mei yo, mei yo in Chinese for those of you who are following along in Chinese! Or just plain "no, we don't speak of him."

In fact, The Lonely Planet Guidebook is forbidden in Tibet! Good thing I have ...

Tibet: Yak, Yak, Monastery

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Jan 28, 2014

66 photos

... ish smell of the butter lamps and the thyme scented incense burning in all the chapels. It turns out that the yak butter is not only used for the Monastery candles, food and the monks' butter tea, but also to make beautiful sculptures. After a few days, I think we too took on the scent of yak butter and thyme, which lingers in the air all over Tibet.

The following day the jeep took us further to the city of Xigatse, the second largest city in Tibet, after Lhasa. ...

Don't mention the Dalai Lama

A travel blog entry by annietheowl on May 28, 2013

13 photos

... out to Norbulingka monastery Monastery. Potala Palace is a monastery really but monastery this place had more of a village feel to it and again was an impressive complex; even if it was a bit deja vu. The problem for most of us is the lack of a spiritual connection with the monasteries and their many treasures. At least I can sort of comprehend the sense of peace some people get but even walking round 'Om'ing to himself did little to entertain Murray...although it did make me ...