Thangka Hotel

Address: No. 38 Yutuo Road, Lhasa, Tibet, 510000, China | Hotel
 
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Location

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

    A touch of altitude sickness

    A travel blog entry by jojo-travels on May 29, 2015

    2 comments, 31 photos

    ... length of all the stalls. Your business was done in this trough! Aren't you happy I shared that with you?!

    So - we were starting to fade . . A little headache. A little dizzy. No appetite. Fuzzy thinking. We checked into our rooms and rested for a bit. Dave and I finished up yesterday's blog and then laid down for a rest . Woke up feeling worse . . Oh well. We decided to go to dinner anyway. Seven of our ...

    De retour à Lhasa...back in Lhasa

    A travel blog entry by maa3 on Nov 14, 2014

    16 comments, 15 photos

    ... la violence. Pourquoi la Mongolie est-elle devenue un pays si violent? J'ose mettre de l'avant la réflexion du prof de l'Université de Pékin: les Mongols se sonj jetés à pieds perdus sur la société de consommation et ils sont en train de perdre leur âme ou leur spiritualité pour ne rechercher le bonheur que dans les biens matériels. Alors ce qu'il leur manque et d'autres possèdenT, ils s'en accaparent. En tout cas, c'est une réponse possible ...

    Day 27 Monasteries, Philosophical Debate & More

    A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Oct 13, 2014

    31 photos

    ... and have never come across butter burning. He said it came from the religion "Bon" which butter burning was very popular but the 33rd emperor got rid of the religion during the 7th century due to the detrimental sacrifices and ideology it prescribed. However, butter burning, prayer beads and prayer wheels which original came from "Bon" have been kept alive by Buddhist Tibetans today.

    After spending the morning at Drepung Monastery, we then had a quick lunch in Lhasa ...

    From the roof of the world

    A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Sep 18, 2014

    2 comments, 115 photos

    ... the taxi to our hotel that first day was like an out of body experience and we had to take it easy for several days to acclimatise. Even a slight increase in walking pace sent your pulse racing and your head spinning. We spent the first afternoon in a cafe overlooking Barkhor, the old square, taking in the scene, almost laughing with the sheer wonder of being there. Tibet has a well documented history culminating with its "liberation" by China in 1951 and absorption into the ...

    Exploring Lhasa

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Nov 23, 2013

    188 photos

    ... Sonam how often the monks read them (they are read once a year during festival time in Nepal) and she tells us that they don't take these scriptures out to read at the festivals in Lhasa (which is too bad). It is fascinating to see how many guards they have patrolling and watching every move made by all of the visitors. There were three to four orange-suited guards with walkie talkies in every room, as well as other guards in black coats ...