The Bog-Garden Hotel Lhasa

Address: No.45 West Beijing Road, Chengguan District, Lhasa, Tibet, 085000, China | Hotel
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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

Ganden and Drepung Monasteries and Tidrum Nunnery

A travel blog entry by robgizzy on Oct 19, 2014

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We left Lhasa for Ganden Monastery at 9am in a 4WD. Ganden was the first Gelugpa monastery. This was founded by Tsongkhapa in 1409. Ganden was heavily destroyed including the magnificent tomb of Tsongkhapa but his disciples have rebuilt a replica- which resembles the original in every way. We first walked around the monastery where the view of the Kyi-Chu valley was spectacular and you would come across some prayer flags along the way. There was a ...

Tibet cultural experiences

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 11, 2014

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... and activities. On one side of the promenade, were shops selling only gold jewellery, with few customers within. Reaching the end, we settled down for an enjoyable meal at The Tibetan Steakhouse, which seemed to be a popular restaurant. The afternoon was spent visiting one of the highlights in Lhasa, the Potala Palace, home to the series of Dalai Lamas for centuries. Its immense size is the thing that hits you when you look up at ...


A travel blog entry by crisanddavid on May 01, 2014

6 comments, 18 photos

... Street which surrounds the Jokhang Temple, watching the committed Buddhists walk clockwise around the temple praying feverishly by whirling their prayer wheels. We visited numerous nic-nac shops and managed to buy a few.
Walked downtown on a freezing night and happened upon Snowland Restaurant(aptly named), where we ate Nepalese curries to warm us up.


Namtso Lake

A travel blog entry by guytang on Dec 20, 2013

1 comment, 2 photos

... was the Tibetan people who were trying to hawk you stuff/beg for money. At every tourist location people try to hawk you stuff, it's a given. Most of the time you can decline politely and if you ignore them for long enough they will go away. But they came with their kids and the children used really aggressive tactics, they would wrap themselves around your leg so you couldn't walk away! The first time that happen ...


A travel blog entry by karen_ashcroft on Sep 16, 2013

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... plenty of space for 2 plus luggage - an important consideration since everything needed to be kept inside the tent in case of curious locals at any point.

And the food...we met our cook and his team here and they stayed with us until after Everest, cooking up fabulous food along the way. There was a lot of rice with a variety ...