Tashi Tagel Hotel

Address: No.8 Zang Yi Yuan Road, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No.8 Zang Yi Yuan Road, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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        Travel Blogs from Lhasa

        Kathmandu to Lhasa

        A travel blog entry by tbienek on Oct 10, 2015

        1 photo

        ... a bit concerned about the physical lack of visa and permit in passport, it's just a piece of A4 paper. Which I am currently in charge of!! What is she thinking. We were told not to bring the LP in as they confiscate it, must have some anti Chinese something in there, or too much about the Dalai Lama. I packed mine though thinking I'd risk it, as we go out through security, Jules goes through first, and as she has a novel in her bag, is ...

        Day 26 Exploring Lhasa: Potala Palace & Jokhang

        A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Oct 12, 2014

        46 photos

        ... Chole and Cadent from Australia. They are on a 5 week holiday that will take them to Europe after this stop. Later we met with Lucy from China and Earl from Canada who joined us to explore Potala Palace. It was very beautiful with the fall foliage surrounding the palace. I was regretting wearing my boots even though Tenzin said yesterday that they would be perfect as we were not walking much today. However, the steps up to the palace were ...

        Highest Railway in the World

        A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Sep 28, 2014

        4 comments, 37 photos

        ... I'd still recommend this trip. If not hygienic, it is safe, the view is spectacular, the people friendly and the little carts making their way up and down the aisle sell beer at 95 cents and a good meal for under 5 dollars. Hard sleeper class is crowded and it's not the best for getting a good sleep, so if you're not recovering from the sticker shock of Tibetan travel, spend the money on soft sleeper class – it is easier to find one's balance in China with a bit more personal ...

        Do you know what a monk life looks like?

        A travel blog entry by anaketa on May 03, 2014

        15 photos

        ... and another monk stand up and ask them questions about what they just learnt (during the morning monks go to school and study different subjects like astrology, fonduamental of buddhism or history,...). Every time that a monk make a question, he does a particular movement and claps his hands, then the others monks can answer. If the answer is correct, the monk standing up claps the hands again;if it is incorrect, he claps his hands again, but ...

        Nam Tso Lake

        A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Sep 29, 2013

        29 photos

        ... up to the top under these streamers which created an amazing noise. Once i turned a corner and got out of the wind and suddenly everything was dead quiet. Not for long though. These streamers are just so long and it is hard do comprehend how people could have put them in their places and how they stay in their places too. Adds so much atmosphere to the places here in Tibet. The once we saw in Mongolia were only small and looked much more like tacky rubbish as ...