Min Tai Hotel

No.17 Yutuo Road, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lhasa

Tibet Part I - Monastery Madness

A travel blog entry by gfiveg


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The concern that the flight was in potential jeopardy of reaching its destination hadn't stuck me until a couple seated in front of me, that were separated by the isle, reached out and tightly held hands, and gazed into each other's eyes, as if it might be the last time. Then a gentleman a few rows further up become insistently ill, requiring several of those handy bags that are conveniently placed in the seat pocket in front of you. My ...


A travel blog entry by chuck


... this option consisted of a well connected Lhasa farmer driving me from Lijiang to Lhasa for 32 hours in his truck up the only road available from that province, avoiding numerous check points and possible spot checks by the People's Army. Did I mention that foreigners are no longer permitted up this road? Easy peasy as my friend Jacko would say! Clearly I had concerns, questions and reservations about breaking the law in China of all countries! How many times have ...

The Capital City

A travel blog entry by marqual


... One of the passengers joked "I always imagined the gates to Lhasa would look like this."

We arrived at the hotel and found out for the next 2 nights we will being staying at probably the nicest hotel of the whole trip - the Lhasa Gang Jian Hotel. This has been certainly the cleanest hotel since Kathmandu. And everything seems to be in working order - the toilet flushes, the shower is hot, the shower has nice pressure. It has all of the western amenities - ...

The no more forbidden city

A travel blog entry by wildwildeast


Expect the unexpected
Lhasa. The name of Tibet's spiritual and cultural capital had been enough to evoke images of a lush, heavenly city, filled with grandiose temples and monasteries emerging from a smoky haze of incense, against a backdrop of gently rising mountains, the foothills of the Himalaya. As our train rolled into Lhasa’s station, and our Chinese friends began lugging their rucksacks from above our seats, I saw none of that which I had imagined for so long. ...

On top of the World

A travel blog entry by nikkiviper


... as enormous flashes of light lit up the sky around us. No amount of "we wouldnt take off if it wasnt safe" reassurances could console me, and thankfully once we evened out it was fine all the rest of the way.

I arrived into Beijing then on the morning of the 19th about 9 in the morning, got a taxi to the hotel where there was a letter waiting for me from Bonnie to let me know the permit was all good but we still werent sure if we had seats on ...


This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si), and Barkhor Street.
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