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

A touch of altitude sickness

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

2 comments, 31 photos

... to take some pictures of the surrounding area. It is so beautiful here, with the mountains in every direction . Wow!

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The main Buddha statue has gotten bigger over the years because people bring gold paint and are constantly refreshing the paint on this Buddha!
Jokhang Temple was built where a lake once stood. They filled in the land and then this very holy place was built. ...

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! The roof of the world.

A travel blog entry by heather.dyce on Oct 12, 2014

163 photos

Traveling is all about the adventures... and there are always it's ups and downs... I certainly experienced them on this leg. I joined a tour for my first time... I'm not sure if I'll ever do one again based on the story I'm about to tell. Don't get me wrong, the first part of the trip was absolutely amazing... However, the latter half definitely left something to be desired. Ever since high school, I've had an interest in Buddhism. Tibetan Buddhism was especially ...

From the roof of the world

A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Sep 18, 2014

2 comments, 115 photos

... Two interesting facts emerge, firstly young Tibetans are as, or even more spiritual than their grandparents, taking time and effort to learn the often very complex beliefs. Secondly, some of the Han children have returned home with the Tibetan beliefs rubbed off on them, causing them to rethink their values... this dilution may just be backfiring? There is much evidence in Lhasa (and to a decreasing extent the further you travel from Lhasa) of Chinese architecture, business, values ...

Exploring Lhasa

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

188 photos

... monks do three of them, each year at New Year) are truly amazing. They looked like carpets, until we examined them closely to see they were made out of colored sand. This is definitely worth the visit.
Our next stop was the Jokhang Temple, located in the very center of Lhasa, and said to be the holiest structure for Tibetan Buddhists. The amount of gold on the roofs and altars here is enormous. It is not quite as extraordinary as what we ...