Zangbo Hotel

Address: Baimagang Road, Bayi Town, Nyingchi, Tibet, 860100, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Baimagang Road, Bayi Town, Nyingchi, is near Yarlong Tsangpo River.
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Travel Blogs from Nyingchi

Day 5: Into the mist

A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Jul 15, 2014

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... the capitol city of Tibet. The drive will be about 8 hours in our bus where we can catch up on some sleep since we are still jet lagged. As there is still daylight left, Chuck from the Vancouver Sun, and Likun our translator and reporter/editor from the Xinhua News Agency join me on a stroll around the streets taking in an evening which now sees the clouds breaking up and some clear sky showing itself. Hopefully this will bode well for tomorrow's ...

Day 4: Nyingchi, Tibet

A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Jul 14, 2014

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This morning we woke up and boarded our airport bus at 5am to get to the Chengdu airport. Since we were heading to Lhasa, security was expected to be very tight and lengthy. In Beijing, I had to empty my camera bag of everything - something I've never actually had to do before! But at the security this morning in Chengdu, it was fast, courteous and easy! I thought for sure that ...


A travel blog entry by harryhimalaya on Sep 16, 2013

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... the same - rural Tibet with families working communally harvesting their grain crops for the coming winter. This was a fairly conservative ride of 64 km allowing us most of the afternoon camped next to a quick flowing mountain stream so that we can build up energy and strength to take on a 5,200 metre pass tomorrow. Nearest town just back down the road is Lhatse - very minimal. From here on I presume we will be in amongst some of the high peaks of the Himalayas so ...

Halloween Roads

A travel blog entry by carlaandmike on Oct 31, 2009

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... Tibetan guide and while we were
waiting we noticed that the Nepalese – no matter what they were
carrying (suitcases, large satchels, etc) could walk right through –
no questions asked, no bags checked. For the few foreigners that we
saw go through the gates – it was a different story. The passports
were scanned thoroughly and then every foreigner had to put their bag
through the X-ray machine. We were sweating it when we ...


A travel blog entry by dynamo on Sep 22, 2007

... which compensated for the v. unexpected onsetof mild altitude sickness- headache and trouble sleeping. This was Not supposed to happen! Did, however, mean I could take a naked **** at 2am by the light of the full moon. Looking out over peaks and valleys, visible by moonlight for hundreds? of miles, stark bollock naked, *******. This is freedom. 70km day 30 sep rolling down the pass annoyingly only got me to a village 15km away. after this the road was decending, but in ...