Qamdo Hotel

Address: No.22 Changdu West Road, Qamdo, Tibet, 854000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Qamdo, is near Yamdrok Yumtso Lake and Lake Manasarova.
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        Travel Blogs from Qamdo

        Gar Monastery, and Meeting the Monk 2

        A travel blog entry by linruiqi on Aug 21, 2013

        34 photos

        Two stories from this remote monastery in south Qinghai. Story 1 Though Gar Monastery is full of some 200 welcoming monks, most younger than me, our interactions consisted mostly of smiles, endless offers of tea and snacks, and photos. About an hour after I arrived an older monk came and sat with me, he spoke Mandarin well and we ended up talking for hours. He is from a town in Tibet province south of Lhasa and arrived in Qinghai just a month ago. What ...

        Sky burial

        A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Mar 05, 2008

        7 photos

        Litang is one of those places I had been hearing about for a long time, somewhere that had an undefinable appeal, yet one that seemed almost universal among the foreigners that had come through. I can understand why. The hometown of 3 Dalai Lamas, it is about as Tibetan a town as you are likely to encounter, it's also a remarkably friendly place (nobody vomited on me, no horses threw me, no earthquakes woke me in the middle of the night; it seemed like a ...

        As close as I'll get?

        A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Mar 02, 2008

        25 photos

        ... we crossed a high pass and were welcomed with jaw-dropping views of the Chola Shan mountain range, running towards the nearby Tibetan border. The view was only slightly spoiled by the monk who decided to squat and relieve himself right in front of me as i was attempting to take a picture. Although architecturally perhaps not the most interesting, Ganze is a large market town at the crossroads of two major routes through ...


        A travel blog entry by dynamo on Sep 25, 2007

        23 sep 100km. woke up in truck stop, skipped breakfast and cracked on climbing the pass at 8.30. It was a long hard climb. 25km took until 3pm, including a rest for porridge with remaining (free) apples (after biscuit/apples exchange) and some raisins. Views were stunning all the way up though, looking back down at the valley with every 100m climbed. 80km descent on the other side of the pass was a thriller. Once again I simply couldn't believe how long it is possible to ...

        Holy water falls

        A travel blog entry by worldtaste on Sep 19, 2007

        1 comment, 28 photos

        ... there are procession of Tibetan all around the mountain, we met some who shared with us some bread and dry meat. We almost try to go under the waterfall but as the sun was not shining at this place and that the temperature was quite cold outside, we decided to only have a look to the perfect scenery As we did not get breakfast, on our way back to the village, we stopped in a small house to get some ...