Yaoxi Pingkang Gujian Hotel

Beijing East Road, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Beijing East Road, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si), and Barkhor Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Lhasa

    Day 7: The spiritual heart of Tibetan Buddhism

    A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Jul 17, 2014

    8 photos

    ... floors above ground, and four below to support the structure. It was destroyed once, but built again. Successive Dalai Lamas and monks have lived here and ministered to Tibetan citizens's spirituality as well as work with Beijing as a seat of government. The Dalai Lamas and Tibet have been an integral part of China's governance for centuries, this is clear to see in scores of writings and in paintings & drawings. Since we are here on an official capacity from Beijing, ...

    Lhasa first impressions

    A travel blog entry by guytang on Dec 18, 2013

    7 photos

    Having checked into my room late last night, I ventured outside grabbed something to eat and went to sleep. My hotel was highly recommended on trip advisor yet I was pretty sure that I was the only guest in the whole hotel! Me think that some of those reviews might have been fake! The hotel was decorated in Tibetan style and was in the Bakhor area, which is the Tibetan/Muslim part of Lhasa. I had a nice big room but it was freezing cold! ...


    A travel blog entry by karen_ashcroft on Sep 12, 2013

    92 photos

    ... way to or from the hotel.

    September 13th
    Today we headed for the Jokhang to see the inside of what we circled last night. Being the most revered religious structure in the country means that there are thousands of locals clamoring to visit each day. The inside is therefore sectioned off into what the tourists see and what the locals visit. The locals are literally pressed up against each other in line in order to pay their respects in the ...

    7 days in Tibet

    A travel blog entry by kmnoble on Nov 05, 2011

    1 comment, 84 photos

    ... Chang, barley beer, from a local woman in the monastery grounds, we were again set free to wander the small streets of the town, and ended up at a 'make your own soup’ restaurant for dinner...after a lot of hand gestures, pointing and laughing, we ended up with another great cheap meal of noodle soup and dumplings.

    Next day we had another long drive over two 5000m passes, past the Tibetan holy Yamdrok Tso Lake, and into Lhasa by mid-afternoon. We were ...

    Arriving at the Roof of the World

    A travel blog entry by adamz on Jun 04, 2011

    173 photos

    ... from different regions of Tibets as well as lot of monks in their red robes. Found out later that a lot of people come into Lhasa from all over Tibet as part of a buddhist pilgrimage. Seems that people can be found at all hours of the day walking clockwise around various holy sights.

    In addition to the locals I also found the streets had a lot of soldiers station in large glass booths (5 soldiers per booth) at lots of the street corners I walked passed. These soldiers were ...