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Tibet Attractions

Galden Jampaling Monastery is located at the junction of Angqu River and Zaqu River in Chamdo. It is also known as Qambaling Monastery, Changbalin Monastery, or Qiangbalin Monastery. The monastery was constructed by the Tsongkhapa’s disciple between 1436 and 1444. The main Buddha in the monastery is Byams-pa, hence the name. Jampaling Monastery has five...
Ranwu Lake is a perfect blending of the Swiss Alps snow peaks and glaciers and the streams in Jiuzhaigou Valley. Ranhu Lake, the largest lake in southeast of Tibet, is in the Village of Ran about 90km from the Baiba Town neighboring the Nyingchi Prefecture. The lake, 3,800m above the sea level, has a water area of 22 square kilometers....
Tibet in the eyes of a lot of people, is a beautiful and mysterious place. Known as the "roof of the world," Tibet is one of the places which have the worst natural environment in the world.
The road called Ancient Tea & Horse Road stretched across more than 4000 km through Southwest China including Sichuan, Yunnan and Tibet
The Karub Ruins are the earliest Neolithic Age remains so far found in Tibet, which have a history of 4,300-5,300 years, and among some of the unearthed 20,000 pottery shards, 1,234 pieces can be recognized.
Barkhor Street is a famous commercial and commodity-distributing center in Lhasa, consisting of more than 120 handicrafts shops and more than 200 stalls.
The Sera Monastery is the last of the three principal Yellow Sect monasteries built in Lhasa. The setting itself is very beautiful with cobbled alleyways, temples and colleges.
Drepung Monastery is the largest of all Tibetan monasteries, and indeed at its peak was the largest monastery of any religion in the world.
Norbulingka means jewel garden which was built in 1751 around Lhasa City & now is the largest and best scenery of Tibetan artificial gardens
Tibet Museum is located at southwest corner of Norbulingka in Lhasa, which is the first modern museum in Tibet where houses cultural relics of Tibet
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