Tsedang Hotel

No.21 Naidong Road, Tsedang Zhen, Tsetang, Tibet, 856000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.21 Naidong Road, Tsedang Zhen, Tsetang, is near Yumbu Lakang.
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    Travel Blogs from Tsetang

    A long trip to Samye

    A travel blog entry by anaketa on May 07, 2014

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    Tsampa
    We woke up early, around 6:30am to climb the small hill full of pray flags and enjoy the sun rising. The silence wrapped us up, since nobody was around and we could heard just the sound of the wind whispering us the the prayers left by the faithful that passed on the hill before us. Unfortunately, the clouds filled the sky that was waking up above us, but we could see just a soft light that illuminated little by little the huge valley. We stayed there, lost in ...

    The start of the monasteries...

    A travel blog entry by karen_ashcroft on Sep 11, 2013

    46 photos

    ... in the event of disaster than that of the ancient life jackets to keep me afloat!

    Samye is Tibet's first monastery. The 1200-year-old site is where Guru Rinpoche battled demons to introduce Buddhism to Tibet and where the future course of Tibetan Buddhism was sealed in a great debate. As we circled through the monastery our Tibetan guide started the inevitably confusing process of trying to educate us ...

    An adventure comes sadly to end

    A travel blog entry by nevgftn on Aug 19, 2010

    51 photos

    ... compensated by some spectacular scenery and a drive over a small mountain pass. Due to the overnight there was a rather spectacular water crossing due to the many boulders that had been brought down with the water. The mountain scenery never ceases to amaze us.

    We arrive at the Syme Monastery that is a little different to what we had become used to as it was situated on level ground that is a relief as I am not ...

    More temples

    A travel blog entry by nevgftn on Aug 18, 2010

    50 photos

    ... the cultural revolution, what a shame. We have to climb about 50 steps to get to the top where first encounter an old woman, or should I say elderly, selling off cuts of Jade Gwen buys two pieces for 25yuan. We walk through te temple and take some photos at a price. Then Gwen, driver Mr. Yu and guide Dicky have a discussion with one of the monks about the merits of calendula as a herb.

    After taking a few photos ...

    3 nights here

    A travel blog entry by nevgftn on Aug 17, 2010

    47 photos

    ... pass the Lhasa airport and continue to travel down the valley of the Lhasa River, which is between 3 & 4 km wide the northern range seems to have large sand drifts in most of its valleys but the southern range has none very strange.

    We arrive at the Yalung River Hotel at about 2.30pm so decide to have the rest of the day at leisure. I decide get connected to the internet approximately ...