Tibet International Grand Hotel

No.1 Mingzu South Road, Lhasa, Tibet, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lhasa

Transit to Lhasa

A travel blog entry by harryhimalaya


... is why we will be spending a few days sight seeing in Lhasa before we head off on our cycles. All going well our bikes will turn up on the truck one and a half days after us so that gives us time to just wander and soak up the ambience of this ancient, but possibly spoiled city.
Talk about 'threes'. First Sandy broke a chain on our training ride. Then a gastro attack this morning. Now on arrival in Lhasa (China), customs confiscated ...

The nunnery in Lhasa

A travel blog entry by samgrumont


... s sunglasses which he must have dropped outside. As he profusely thanked her, all the nuns turned to us being roused from their mantras by his voice.
He apologized and the smiles that rose from the nuns in their seats was just beautiful. As Sam said they have beautific smiles.

We were taken around to the various chapels and then to a work space where some nuns were preparing rolls of mantras for placing in the prayer wheels. An intriguing task, done with ...

7 days in Tibet

A travel blog entry by kmnoble


... momos.

Day four we had a short two hour drive across the plateau to Gyantse where we visited the Palkhor Monestary and the huge Kumbum Stupa. We have seen many stupas over the past couple of months, most of which are simple monument containing religious books or statues, maybe reaching two storeys high, but this one was a full 27m in height, with several levels that we could walk on and enter rooms to view some of the 10,000 holy statues inside. After a quick ...

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

A travel blog entry by sorbus


... 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


... Lonely Planet's Thorntree travelers' forum, looking for someone to share a tour with, and that's how we found each other. (The Chinese government requires that any visitors coming to Tibet have special permits filed for them by a guide, who stays with them while they are
in the country. No “independent” travelers allowed!) For the first four days, we'll tour Lhasa. (Anyone interested in our guide's services in Tibet can contact me for her ...


This hotel, located on No.1 Mingzu South Road, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si), and Norbulingka (Precious Stone Garden).
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