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Samye Monastery
Samye Monastery has a good name of the “First Monastery in Tibet”. It is the first monastery in Tibetan Buddhism combined the Buddha, power of ways and monks. The murals inside are rich in contents ...
Potala Palace
Potala Palace is the symbol of Lhasa, the regional capital of Tibet. Situated on Red Hill in northwest of the city, the Potala Palace was originally built as the house for the marriage of Emperor ...
Jokhang Temple
The Jokhang Temple is located in the heart of Lhasa old quarter. It belongs to Tibetan Buddhism and also a China key cultural relic for protection and a world cultural heritage. The 1300 years long ...
Barkhor Street
Barkhor Street is in the center of Lhasa old quarter, a famous street ideal for shopping and sightseeing with best preserved old scenes of the city distant past....
Norbulingka
Built about 1740s in western outskirts of Lhasa, Tibet, the garden of Norbulingka has been a resort palace for ancient Dalai Lamas to deal with religious and political affairs during Tibetan summer. ...
Rongbuk Monastery
Located at the foot of Mount Qomolangma, Rongbuk Temple is 5,800 meters above sea level, thus becoming the highest temple in the world. Both monks and nuns live in this temple....
Yamdrok Lake
Yamdrok Lake is one of three holy lakes in Tibet. It is the largest freshwater lake at the north foot of Mount Himalayas and 4410 meters above sea level....
Lake Lhamo Lhatso
The holiest of all the holy lakes in Tibet, Lhamo Lhatso is known for the revelations it gives when people search for the reincarnated soul boys of senior Tibetan living Buddhas, including Dalai Lama....
Yumbu Lhakang Palace
Yumbu Lhakang is the first palace ever built in Tibetan history, the dwelling place for Tubo kings starting from Niatri Tsampo, the first Tubo king, until Songtsen Gampo....
Lake Palgon
Unlike many other holy lakes in Tibet, Palgon appeals to tourists and ranks among the holy lakes not for its sacredness. It is famed worldwide for its enchanting natural beauty....