Yaoxi Pingkang Gujian Hotel

Address: 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, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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        Travel Blogs from Lhasa


        A travel blog entry by durieux on Oct 04, 2015

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        ... grass. No trees. It could be Mars. Large groups of sheep and yak graze peacefully under a mostly sunny sky, but a band of dark rain clouds unrolls at a distance. When I get up we are probably at over 5 km elevation and when I stand up I suddenly feel dizzy and nauseous. I presume a lack of oxygen so I start breathing faster and after a few minutes it passes. This would be the elevation of Mount Everest base camp. Apparently, the body does not automatically ...

        Roof of the World

        A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 21, 2014

        30 photos

        ... roads.

        Periodically announcements come on to advise us of “highlights”. We pass by the shimmering Namtso lake as the announcer tells us in Chinese and then English that this is the world's highest lake. For anyone else who has been to China, there is a distinct belief that all of the world's great wonders and accomplishments sit within their borders. Time to shatter another myth. This is far from the highest lake in the ...

        Day 2 Lhasa Tibet

        A travel blog entry by gracecardie on Sep 13, 2014

        13 photos

        This morning we visited the Potala Palace. It was built in the 7th century. The white part of the building is the original. In the 17th century the 5th Dalai Lama extended the palace to its present size. The red coloured part of the palace is the extension. It is made from wood which is remarkable as it has not rotted at all. The palace is 113.7 meters high and has thirteen storeys. It contains living ...

        Weathering the elements in Lhasa

        A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 10, 2014

        2 comments, 24 photos

        ... footing it back to the hotel, this rush was curtailed when the sprinkle turned into a full blown storm, including lightning. When the locals took cover, we decided to do likewise, huddling under a narrow awning. A kind store owner in a tiny cubicle style shop offered cover, where we watched as pedi-cycle drivers ignore eager customers, obviously with one thing in mind. I have never appreciated body warmth so much as we huddled with a few ...


        A travel blog entry by karen_ashcroft on Sep 12, 2013

        92 photos

        ... is that colour...

        The old town of Lhasa is centred around the Jokhang, the most revered religious structure in Tibet. Around the Jokhang is the Barkhor, a medieval pilgrim circuit which we completed before heading to dinner tonight. It feels like promenading with the locals and I think this will remain as one of my favourite memories of Tibet. The young and old from Lhasa and far beyond united around this circuit; monks chanting, pilgrims walking ...