Xiahe, China

Hotels in Xiahe

Xiahe Accommodations (3)
Overseas Tibetan Hotel Xiahe

Overseas Tibetan Hotel Xiahe

3.50 90 reviews

No.77 Renmin West Street, Xiahe, China

Labrang Hotel Xiahe

Labrang Hotel Xiahe

5.00 1 review

No.70 Laizhou Cun, Xiahe, China

Travel Blogs from Xiahe

Xiahe Travel Blogs (138)
The Enchanted Lands of Old Tibet, Xiahe, Amdo Tibet, China travel blog

The Enchanted Lands of Old Tibet

A travel blog entry by charmedlife

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... attire known as chupas, so reverently praying after a long day of hard labor in this harsh cold environment. The mountains hugging Xiahe are covered in snow. These people start their days long before sunup and don't stop working until they go to bed just ...

Gansu Province - echoes of Tibet, Xiahe, China travel blog

Gansu Province - echoes of Tibet

A travel blog entry by worldofbintang

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... foot to the floor and we made it back to Lanzhou in a record 5hrs where we checked into a nice hotel and had - LUXURY! - a hot bath !!! Next marathon journey (all distances in China are huge) is the train to Chengdu where we hope to see some ...

Lamaseries, Langmusi, Sichuan/Gansu and Xiahe, Gansu, China travel blog


A travel blog entry by beats

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... the end, Leisha was wrong & we didn't get to see the burial. I am not too sure that that was a bad thing. Xiahe Xiahe is another monastery town, with a more famous monastery than Langmusi. In fact the biggest Tibetan monastery outside of Tibet. The ...

Langzhu to Xiahe, Xiahe, China travel blog

Langzhu to Xiahe

A travel blog entry by easties

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... built with a mixture of heavy equipment, primitive wooden carts and the bare hands of both men and women. We arrived at Xiahe, a 70000 pop one-street toen in the Tibetan regaion. The town seemed like a Wild West frontier townm with herdsmen wandering ...

Attractions in Xiahe

Xiahe Attractions (2)
Labrang Monastery (Labuleng Si)

Labrang Monastery (Labuleng Si)


280 km S of Lanzhou Xiahe, Gansu, China

Considered one of the six great monasteries of the Gelukpa (Yellow Hat) Sect, this complex contains more than 2,000 monks in residence plus eighteen halls, six institutes of learning, a golden stupa and nearly 60,000 sutras.




Xiahe, Gansu, China