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Tibet, the roof of the world, is every traveler's dream. Go back in time to explore its centuries-old traditions, mysterious religious culture, and untouched pure natural scenery.


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Spectacular scenery of Potala Palace, one of the most famous scenic place in Tibet

Explore the Potala Palace

The Potala Palace is a symbol of Tibet. The majestic white and red building complex, set against grey/green mountains and blue sky, is an iconic image of the Roof of the World.

It is a huge treasure house of materials and articles from Tibetan history, religion, culture, and art. The palace is widely known for precious sculptures, Buddha statues, murals, antiques, and religious jewelry housed within.


Jokhang Temple

See the pilgrims at Jokhang Temple

Jokhang Temple is the most sacred temple for Tibetan People.

Pilgrims travel from all over Tibet to their spiritual focal point. They prostrate themselves in front of the temple, and circle around the temple clockwise.

No Tibet tour is complete without visiting Jokhang Temple. The temple with Potala Palace is the most classic attraction in Lhasa.


Barkhor Street

Make a circuit of Barkhor Street

Barkhor Street is Lhasa’s pilgrimage circuit around Jokhang Temple. The street is also a busy shopping street, selling a mind-blogging array of souvenirs from Tibet and Nepal.

Join the pilgrims as they circle clockwise around Jokhang Temple to roll the prayer wheels, or join the locals or travelers haggling hard over souvenirs.


Watch monks debate at Sera Monastery

Watching monks debate scriptures at Sera Monastery is a highlight considered not-to-be-missed by many travelers.

The monks in their traditional red robes gather at the monastery courtyard each afternoon. During a debate they may jumps or make many other interesting gestures. It is really interesting to watch.


Samye Monastery, the first monastery built in Tibet

Visit Samye Monastery, the birthplace of Tibetan Buddhism

Samye Monastery was the first monastery built in Tibet, and the place where Tibetan Buddhism was established. Inside the monastery there are numerous frescos, sculptures, and prayer wheels.

The monastery is set in a valley surrounded by barren mountains and sand dunes. The scenery around is austerely striking.


Breathtaking scenery of Lake Yamdrok

Gaze at the Beauty of Lake Yamdrok

Yamdrok Lake will take your breath away with its stunning scenery. On clear days it is a fabulous shade of deep turquoise. On the lake side, there are Tibetan villages and fields of yaks. It is a refreshing experience to see a lake after the cultural experiences of Lhasa.


Set foot on the world’s tallest mountain — Everest

Mount Everest is many travelers’ dream. Get up close and personal and be awe-struck by its majesty right before your eyes.


Tashilhunpo Monastery

Appreciate Tibetan Architecture at Tashilunpo Monastery

Tashilhunpo Monastery is the seat of the Panchen Lama. The monastery architecture is a grand view to behold. Topping the red building complex are gold roofs that shine under the sunshine. There is a busy cobbled pilgrimage circuit around the monastery.


Lulang Forest — Chinese 'Swiss-Alps'

Lulang means ‘dragon king valley’ in Tibetan. Lulang Forest is about 88 km from Bayi town in Nyingchi Prefecture, and National Road 318 runs though the forest. It is quite convenient to get there.

Lulang Forest is a typical plateau forest on mountain slopes. The mountains are covered from low to high with bushes, dragon spruce, and pine trees, composing the forest.

There is a cultivated meadow area in the middle of the forest. Rivulets wind through the meadow and some villages are scattered there. The cloud and mist gather and scatter among the mountains, forest, and villages composing beautiful scenery.


Yangbajing Hot Spring

Yangbajing Hot Springs — Hot Spring Surrounding by Snowy Mountains

The Yangbajing Hot Springs are the highest hot springs in China surrounded by snowy mountains.

Every morning, the Yangbajing Hot Springs are suffused by white vapor as the hot water meets the cold air. It is the most beautiful time at the Yangbajing Hot Springs, and it makes you feel like you are in a fairyland.

At the right time you can watch a boiling hot geyser rush out to the sky. It is enjoyable to take a hot spring bath in winter with snow around.