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Places to See

  • Potala Palace

    This Palace of Dalai Lama is situated 117 meters from the city of Lhasa. The construction of this huge palace started during the 16th century during the time of fifth Dalai Lama. This building has 13 storyes and is surrounded and includes walls that are 3 meters thick and has more than one thousand rooms  with more than 10000 temples and more than 20 thousand statues. It served the purpose of the Palace of Dalai Lama and the tomb as well. This building covers more than 131000 sq meters of area and is considered one of the best palaces in central Asia.
  • Norbulingka

    Norbulingka is situated in the bank of the Kyichi River, and both the site and the Palace share the same name. Built in the mid 18th century this palace has lot of trees and flowers of different kinds and the. Fountains, pavilions, terraces and stone tablets add to the beauty of this area. This huge park consists of two areas Norbulingka and Jianselingka at east and west respectively. The tradition of using this palace as the summer palace of Dalai Lama started from the time of the 8th Dalai lama and is still continuing. You can also witness the only zoo of Tibet in this area.
  • Jokhang Temple

    The Jokhang temple was built in 7th century AD and has a statue of the Buddha which is almost 13 hundred years old. This is one of the few temples in the whole world with gold roof. Watch the many worshippers pay their respects and prostrating themselves at the main gate. The monastery is encircled with the Barkhor Bazaar a sacred pilgrim path, but also a lively & colorful market where you can bargain over such treasures a ornate long-bladed knives, prayer wheels and exquisite jewelry.
  • Sera Monastery

    Sera located at Tatipu hill lays in the outskirts of Lhasa. With more than 6000 monks this is the biggest institution of the Gelupa sect. Sera is often regarded as the origin place of the Tibetan medicine and during your visit here you can see the monks having debate and they get rewards in the form of clapping by their master or Rimpoche.
  • Drepung Monastery

    The Drepung monastery is one of the largest and richest monasteries in the world and accommodates more than 10000 monks at a time. This Monastery lies 8 km away from Lhasa. This huge monastery looks like a town on itself and the roof of the monastery offers a nice view of Lhasa below.
  • Gyantse

    Gyantse lies in the Nyangchu valley and it used to be an important town in the medieval times for trade between Tibet, Nepal and India. It was also refereed as the center of the wool trade and Tibet’s gateway to the Indian subcontinent. Palcho monastery and the Kumbum Chorten are the two other important monuments in the area.
  • Shigatse

    Shigatse is the administrative center of 18 counties of Tibet and also is the 2nd largest city in Tibet. Shigatse has both natural and cultural heritage and is famous for different kinds of fruit production. You can see more than 350 small shops in the main market area selling things such as handicraft, accessories, antiques and porcelains. Tashilumpo monastery, the palace of the panchem lama is also in Shigatse and it has a capacity of more than 4000 monks but only 650 live in the monastery nowadays.
  • Lhasa

    Lhasa is the capital of Tibet and its history dates back to the 7th century A.D. This highest capital in the world covers an area of more than 30000 Sq.Km and the center of Lhasa is expanded over  544 square km and has a population of around 400000 with majority of  Tibetans and then other ethnic groups such as the Han, and Hui. The Lhasa river runs through the city and covers a length of 315 Km. before mixing with Yarlung Zangbo River at Quxu. The old Lhasa also is on the bank of this river. Situated at an altitude of 3,650 meters the weather is pleasant compared to the neighboring towns and provinces.
  • Tsedang

    Tsedang (Zetang) is the birthplace of earliest Tibetans and the political and economical centre of Shangnan prefecture. This town is situated at the bank of Yarlung Tsangpo River at an altitude of 3620m. This area includes places such as the Samye Monastery, Yumbu Lhakhang Palace, and burial site for Tsampos and Traduk Monastery spotting the region. This area covers an area of 8000 Sq km. The Tsedang area is also the land of many No 1 things for e.g. the 1st palace (Yhongbulakhang),1st king   1st farm land the 1st monastery in Tibet (Samye monastery). Besides that the worlds 1st pearl Tangka is also kept in a monastery here.

    The other major attractions in Tibet include Chenpu meditation caves, Lake Larmulatso which is used to check the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama and Panchem lama.