Tibet Hongshan Hotel

Address: No.41 Beijing Middle Road, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on No.41 Beijing Middle Road, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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Travel Blogs from Lhasa

The Potala Palace

A travel blog entry by laura421 on Jun 07, 2015

3 comments

... up at the Palace which is probably the highest spot in Lhasa, which is on the top of the world. But we were all worried about climbing more steps after such a bad night's sleep, still feeling the effects of being in high altitude. So as we began, I focused on making this a sort of walking meditation, slower than I usually walk or hike, taking deep, deep breaths to pull in as much oxygen as possible. I reached the top ...

Stunning Views on the Way to Tibet

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Dec 06, 2014

23 photos

I think today was a new record. It only took 23 minutes to get from the hotel to the airport. Check in only took a few minutes as did immigration. What took the longest was going through security. Although it is segregated lines for men and women, there were a lot of people travelling around the same time I was there and it took 35 minutes to get through the women's only line. Then when I actually got through, there wasn't a seat in sight as the airport was so packed. ...

Tibet! The roof of the world.

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

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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

... Han Chinese can travel freely overseas (albeit after gaining permission to leave China), whilst Tibetans can rarely get a passport, and even within China travel can be difficult. Job-wise there is discrimination. Out in the countryside, the people are picturesque, but still poor and often illiterate, living by subsistence farming. By contrast the Han are educated, prosperous and huge importers of food. Of course these are the extremes and many Tibetans have good jobs ...

Ignorance,hatred and desire

A travel blog entry by dwet10 on Apr 21, 2014

9 photos

... stuff to sell for the upkeep of the building. We then get offered to take tea with the nuns and the pilgrims. We could have stepped back in time 100 years. A ramshackle set up full of old faces that could tell a million stories, all quite curious about us. Even more so when I nearly knock a nun over with a tray of tea cups. Hello, I'm here. Amazing experience to an amazing lunch of Yak stew for dee and Yak dumplings for me. ...