Tibet Hotel

No.64 Beijing Middle Road, Chengguan District, Lhasa, Tibet, 850001, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.64 Beijing Middle Road, Chengguan District, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si), and Barkhor Street.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Tibet Hotel Lhasa

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    Travel Blogs from Lhasa

    Barrage of Buddhas

    A travel blog entry by chopsticks on Jul 21, 2014

    6 comments, 8 photos

    ... fined 200 yuan a minute! The Tibetans are allowed in without an appointment for 2 yuan. The hundreds of stone steps up were tough, but we all survived and it was amazing to watch the locals just keep on moving and they were praying the whole way and carrying kids! Maybe they were praying because they WERE carrying kids! We couldn't bring water in but they let us buy it at the top. The pictures will never even begin to do it justice and there is no way I could find the best words. It ...

    THE WILD WILD WEST OF TIBET

    A travel blog entry by crisanddavid on May 06, 2014

    6 comments, 24 photos

    ... photo shoot before jumping back into our warm van. The final mountain pass on our route was a mere 4,280 metres and as the weather hadn't improved, in fact it had worsened, with snow covering the road and fields, little time was spent here outside our van. As we continued to Gyantse our driver was particularly cautious of the slippery roads, but the ...

    Lhasa is beautiful wherever you go...

    A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia on Oct 09, 2013

    9 photos

    ... in fact whose house in which I met them for a chat Sir Francis had died in his 80's. Although branded a war criminal in Tibet he actually achieved some incredible feats in his life, enriching the lives of many people and after the slaughter in 1904 gave up the army to pursue a spiritual path. I am currently reading his biography and following in many of his footsteps on this journey which gives another dimension to my adventure which I now feel has only just ...

    You can't cross the sea by standing .....

    A travel blog entry by sorbus on Aug 08, 2011

    3 comments, 89 photos

    ... one knows anything. The Chinese Customs seem perfectly placed to waste as much time as possible. Our visa only gives us until the 25th August in China and we have a long way to go and wish to see and experience the country not merely drive through at speed. As it turned out the first day we did nearly 400 kms, leaving Zhangmu and the waterfalls and greenery and winding high to the empty Tibetan plateau where the passes were over 5,300m high. No trees, ...

    Not Like Any Other Place

    A travel blog entry by alex-stu on Apr 18, 2011

    2 comments, 39 photos

    ... people. Whether it is the religion's effect, or some aspect of their culture, or something in their Tibetan DNA, I perceive a pervasive innocence and unworldliness in Tibetans that is unique.Maybe the Spaniards' Catholicism “kept them Spanish”. Maybe the Tibetans' formidably complex and distinct Tibetan Buddhism will “keep them Tibetans” over time.

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