Linduo Inn

No.23 5 Groups of Xiongga, Tuanjie New Village, Opposite to Social Sciences, Sela South Road, Lhasa, Tibet, 851400, China | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Lhasa


A travel blog entry by chuck


... every detail. When I finally moved on... I spent the rest of the day walking around old town Lhasa exploring the original city. The unique Tibetan architecture, the 800 years old buildings... what a mystical place! I get lost in the alleys that consist of the old town as the sun sets below the mountains that surround this valley. In the distance I spot the communication tower light up high on the mountain. I find my bearings and come out at the square in front of ...

China, unexpectedly

A travel blog entry by gord.grant.1


... buffet, set off to discover Thamel, the tourist quarter of Kathmandu. Thamel is about as closely packed as I ever want to see. The streets are like fissures between buildings. Evil spirits can't turn corners, so no street runs straight more than a few hundred metres. Even the main roads, though they are much straighter, never go more than 1/2k before taking an angle. Our ride to the hotel, in darkness, was completely disorienting, a ramble through narrow cobbled lanes, some ...

Lhasa, thye capital on the roof of the world

A travel blog entry by kinemichelle

... been to before. The people are so religious, it is takin gup all their time. They are praying outside temples, pilgrimaging, always walking around with prayer beads, saying different buddhist verses, and even walk around with smal prayer wheels that they always turn around and around. I like how they seem to really keep their traditions, religion and traditional clothes.

The Tibetans are very curious, they will stop and just stare at ...

The Potala Palace

A travel blog entry by gregd999


... are fined, and if we are more than 10 minutes overdue our guide loses his licence. We had to surrender passports and go through the normal screening.

We climbed 150 stairs just to get to the Palace entrance, and from there it's 17 stories high, at one time the highest building in the world. The top red parts are made of pressed sticks as the foundations aren't strong enough to support more stones. It really is one of the most awe inspiring buildings in ...

My First Tibetan Musical Experience

A travel blog entry by shoulin4

... t very disappointed. In fact, I intend to use the experience to supplement my thesis presentation at the end of the year. Tsedor suggested that we see the Jokhang temple since there was nothing else planned for the day, and I happily agreed.

We walked back to the guesthouse area, which was the Barkhor district. This area's history is special as it is the ancient street that Tibetans have inhabited for centuries. It's importance can be likened to ...


This inn, located on No.23 5 Groups of Xiongga, Tuanjie New Village, Opposite to Social Sciences, Sela South Road, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si), and Norbulingka (Precious Stone Garden).
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