Saikang Hotel

No.25 Beijing East Road, Chengguan District, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
Prices starting from $79.00

Travel Blogs from Lhasa

Lhasa is beautiful wherever you go...

A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia


... all aver the world. The really strange but exciting thing that I learned was that he now lives in the very North West of India near Dharamsala. Until about 2 months ago I had never heard of the place but since then I've had lots of signs from the universe that I should go there: it's popped up in conversation with people I know and strangers, as well as being a key location in a book I started reading which is nothing to do with religion or the Dalai Lama. So I ...

Loving the "Land of God"

A travel blog entry by alxs


... 500 feet. To give perspective, Denver is 5,000 feet, Aspen is almost 8,000 feet and Vail is 8,400 feet. I've been taking altitude medication since Chengdu to help oxygenate my blood.

The skies in Tibet are clear with beautiful cloud formations and an incredible mountainous terrain as backdrop for the city of Lhasa.

I can't wait to see more of this beautiful land!

Roof top of the world

A travel blog entry by g4dginesi


... upgrade in shigatse and Dan had his first bath or even a wash in 6 days.

6th nov shigatse to rongpuk

tashi lhunpo monistary by far our faviourate saved from the demolishing chinese it was old and so quiet sceren. the oldest Buddha 2000yrs and also the newest restored room. really needed our 4x4 on the normal 'roads' but our driver was one for exploring and a couple of times we thought we were going to roll!!! a very fun/scairy experience. ...

Heading back and a bit of Shopping

A travel blog entry by adamz


... definately limit social liberties.

I guess while the chinese bring development, goods and services, they also impose on the tibetian way of life. Find it hard to say tibet is part of China given that the language and culture is so different. Sort of like saying parts of Europe are part of Italy just because the romans ruled it for a time.

After doing some shopping headed back to the hotel for a bit before going out to dinner and coming back to try and get ...


A travel blog entry by rilez1


... li>

  • banana
  • mystery fruit
  • pineapple
  • cherry< /li>
  • a light root beer tasting pop. I think what made it so great was that they were selling them at the Forbidden City and it was a million degrees that day and they tasted amazing
  • not much flavor at all and couldn’t even tell you what it was
  • Im keeping my fingers crossed that I can get these at some of the Chinese markets in SD!

    Fast forward…. Ended ...


    This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si), and Norbulingka (Precious Stone Garden).
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