11 Days Tour to Mt. Everest: Beijing – Lhasa – Gyanste – Shigatse- Shelkar -Mount Everest Base Camp –Lhasa- Shanghai

Want a panorama of China? In this tour to Mt. Everest you will find out China has more than one amazing aspect. A Traditional China You can learn about the history of China through the visit of Forbidden City, Summer Palace and Great Wall. In Yuyuan Garden you can appreciate the garden art and have […]


6 Days’ Join-in Group Tour to Mt. Everest

On April 29, 2016, in China Travel Gossip, Lhasa, Mountain Areas, by Jack Li

Tibet, a sacred land on the roof of the world, is a long-lasting legend awaiting people around the world to explore. Before you hit on the road to Tibet, you may have as many doubts as expectations. The following three reasons will convince you that it is worth your sweat to have a Mt. Everest […]


Lhasa- ‘Place of the Gods’

On January 12, 2012, in Cultural Experience, Festivals, Lhasa, Tibet, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Lhasa is the capital of the Tibetan Autonomous Region, west of the mainland. It is known to be one of the highest cities in the world, with the altitude measuring up to 3,490 metres. Lhasa is also known as the ‘Place of the Gods’ this is because it is known as the centre of the […]

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Drepung Monastery Travel Tips

On September 6, 2011, in Lhasa, Monasteries, Tibet, Tours, Travel Info, by Jack Li

1. Visitors need some medicine to prevent the altitude reaction. 2 The delicious foods here are: Lhasa Zanba, Lhasa buttered tea, Best Time to Visit Drepung Monastery The best time to visit Lhasa is the summer and spring because the temperature is moderate, neither cold nor windy. The city is warm throughout the whole year […]

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Drepung Monastery (Zhebingsi)

On September 6, 2011, in Lhasa, Monasteries, Temples, Tibet, by Jack Li

Drepung Monastery is on the south slop of Genpeiwuzi Mountain which is ten kilometers away from Lhasa. It is built in 1416 by Jamyang Choge Tashi Palden (1397–1449), one of Tsongkhapa’s main disciples, and it was named after the sacred abode in South India of Shridhanyakataka. Drepung Monastery is one of six Tibetan Buddhism Temples […]

The Jokhang Temple

On August 25, 2011, in Lhasa, Temples, Tibet, by Jack Li

The Jokhang Temple (Tibetan, meaning the Buddha Temple) was built in 647 of the Tang Dynasty by the order of Sontzen Gampo in memory of Princess Chizun’s coming to Tibet. After the renovation and expansion by successive generations, it has become a large-scale complex covering more than 25,100 square metres. The Jokhang Temple is a […]

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Tsupu Monastery

On August 25, 2011, in Lhasa, Monasteries, Temples, Tibet, by Jack Li

Tsupu Monastery, at an altitude of 4300 meters, is located at the upstream of Tsupu River in the northwest of Duilong Deqing County, which is 60 kilometers to the west of Lhasa. It is about 70 kilometers away from the west countryside of Lhasa, Tibet and it is the main shvine of Gema Geju Sect, […]

The Potala Palace Travel Tips

On August 17, 2011, in Lhasa, Palaces, Temples, Tibet, Tours, Travel Info, by Jack Li

Since the Potala Palace was built for religious use, there are some religious taboos in the palace. For example, it is forbidden for tourists to wear a hat, or take pictures, or step on thresholds in the palace. Tourists are not allow to stay in the palace, and are required to finish their visit within […]

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The Potala Palace Museum

On August 17, 2011, in Lhasa, Museums, Palaces, Tibet, by Jack Li

The Potala Palace Museum is located in the City of Snow on the foot of the Potala Palace. It is a three-floor building with a floor area of around 2000 square meters. Local government has spent more than 10 million on establishing the museum. It was not open to public until 2009. The whole museum […]

The Red Palace

On August 17, 2011, in Lhasa, Monasteries, Palaces, Temples, Tibet, by Jack Li

The Red Palace was located at the center of the Potala Palace. It was named “the Red Palace” because the outer walls of the palace were all painted red. The layout of the palace lies in the formation of Mandala. The main buildings in the palace are the Stupa Halls of Dalai Lama. In total, […]

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