Tibet Post Hotel

Address: No. 33 Beijing Middle Road, Chengguan District, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No. 33 Beijing Middle Road, Chengguan District, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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      Roof of the World

      A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 21, 2014

      30 photos

      ... home of the Tibetan Government. This site has been in use since the 7th century but the current building is from the mid 1600's. This is the only site in Lhasa where you actually need to go in with a guide. You are only allowed in the site for one hour and I want to go into the museum to see some of the treasures from the palace. My guide proceeds to tell me it's a waste of time and I should be focused on getting the upper chamber of ...

      Departure from Tibet

      A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 24, 2014

      3 photos

      ... them into a tizzy and as our guide had said we needed to leave at 10am 'sharp', I didn't want to be late. I needn't have worried because when we got in the car and went round the corner and down the drive, we found the road blocked. Thinking at first it was an accident, it turned out to be a demonstration by Chinese workers at the building next door, which had something to do with the hotel. Apparently the foreign owner had paid the ...

      Weathering the elements in Lhasa

      A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 10, 2014

      2 comments, 24 photos

      ... man, Barbara insisted that Richard pose as the final product, as "close, but not quite the perfect man!" Outside the museum on the paved area stood a large gold ox, which amazingly had not been vandalized in any way. The Tibetans, seem to value any forms of public exhibits and thus far we haven't seen any graffiti or deliberate vandalism. As we have wandered the streets, as a group or independently, we have felt safe doing so. Later in ...

      Do you know what a monk life looks like?

      A travel blog entry by anaketa on May 03, 2014

      15 photos

      ... it. The monastery was full of children went there for getting the benediction from a monk represented by a black sign on their nose: they looked at us fascinated from our occidental look and we gave the gaze back, curious of their black nose. At this point it was already 3 o'clock: time for monks debates! We went to the debating courtyard, where around 30 monks, old and young, were debating. The process is very interesting. One or more monks ...

      Tour day two hit and miss

      A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Sep 28, 2013

      19 photos

      ... big. Before 'liberation' 5000 monks lived there but now only up to 300. Of those we probably saw 20! The guide made to feel bad as he should so he took those who were interested to a local monastery. One we had already been to on 'John's walking tour '. It was closed too but we could hear activity up on the roof and were allowed to walk up the narrow stair and ladder. Traditional concreting was taking place ( we did see this briefly at ...