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Famous Attractions in Tibet

  • Jokhang Temple – Most sacred temple in Tibet
    The Jokhang Temple also referred to as “Tsuklakang”, is situated in the heart of the historic district of Lhasa. The temple was initially named “Rasa”, which later became the name of the city and eventually transformed into […]
  • Drachi Temple: Goddess of Wealth and Fortune
    Drachi Lhamo: Young Mistress of the Qing Dynasty During the Qing Dynasty, Emperor Qianlong had multiple concubines, among whom was the youngest, known for her youth, beauty, and kindness. She was highly cherished by Emperor Qianlong and […]
  • Drepung Monastery – The biggest monastery in Tibet
    The Drepung Monastery is situated in the western part of Lhasa, below Mt. Gambo Utse. It is encircled by the dark mountain and its resplendent ivory edifices sparkle in the sun. It covers an area of about […]
  • Sera Monastery – One of the Biggest monasteries in Tibet
    About Sera Monastery Sera Thekchen Ling Monastery, also known as Sera Monastery, is among the six primary monasteries of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It is referred to as one of the three significant monasteries of […]
  • Barkhor Street
    Each urban centre possesses its unique romantic historical lane that preserves the reminiscences of the city and narrates the tales of the region, akin to Beijing’s Chang’an Street, Chengdu’s Chunxi Road, and Chongqing’s Liberation Road… Lhasa also […]
  • Yamdrok Yutso Paragliding
    It should be noted that Yamdrok Yutso has established the highest paragliding base in the world at an elevation of 4,985 meters, located at the third pole of the Earth. To book a paragliding tour, one can […]

Top Ten Tips for Traveling in Tibet

Tibet Travel permit

Tibet Travel Permits are the must-have documents required for your tour of Tibet in addition to a Chinese Visa, vary according to the places that travelers plan to visit, 

Tibet Trains

Qinghai-Tibet Railway, the only railway that links Tibet and other cities in China, stretches Two thousand kilometers from Xining to Lhasa and Shigatse

Flights to Tibet

For foreign visitors to China, the Duration to travel must be limited. So flying to Tibet is an ideal way which will take less time and be more comfortable than other options.

Highways in Tibet

Tibet Autonomous Region road traffic mileage has developed to 22400 kilometers, but according to the land area average, every hundred square kilometers has the highway only 1.8 kilometers.

Maps for Tibet

Tibetan Map ( in English & Chinese ), is a large collection of maps, which we chose carefully. They will help you better explore the mysterious land of the Tibet region. 

FAQ Tibet

Some of the frequently asked questions about Tibet Flights, Trains, Permits, and Tibet Travel. We carefully selected it for you to check out. If you still have some questions.

Tibetan Food

Tibetan foods and beverages have diverse of its kind. The main ingredients are meat and dairy products, and vegetables are scarce, so Tibetan cuisine has become very specialized

Weather in Tibet

Due to the Tibet plateau with an average altitude of over 4,000m above sea level, Tibet’s climate is special, a little harsh with thin air and intense ultraviolet radiation,

Hotels in Tibet

Tibetan Hotels range from Five-star rankings to local guest houses. Bigger cities like Lhasa have more choice, but the remote area has only basic choice.

Recent Articles about Tibet

  • High altitude sickness – Challenges to traveling in Tibet
    What is High Altitude Sickness? Traveling to Tibet can also mean a nasty case of altitude sickness for people who are used to the atmospheric pressure found at lower elevations. This illness, also known as hypoxia, is the […]
  • Things to Pack for Tibet Travel
    Hotel confirmation Make sure you have all y0our paperwork in order before you leave. It is good idea to print of all hotel confirmations in Chinese and English. This will be useful if you don’t speak […]
  • Precautions for Tibet travel
    Physical condition: Ensuring your body can bear the unpredictable weather especially the Altitude Sickness (AS) caused by high elevation in Tibet and we suggest you have a physical examination before you decide to travel Tibet. The […]

Things to Know Before Traveling to Tibet

  • How to travel from Canada to Tibet
    Traveling from Canada to Tibet can be divided into two steps: First fly from Vancouver International Airport to major cities in China, such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong. Then, after you get the Tibet pass, you can take the Tibet train or domestic flight to Lhasa. Of course, if you want, you can […]
  • How to travel Tibet from Hong Kong
    Tibet Travel Guide From Hong Kong border crossings, Document, Transport Over the year year, number of traveler from Hong Kong to Tibet is increasing rapidly. Tourist from Hong Kong enjoy the fascinating scenery and the unique Tibetan culture. Tibet has become a popular tourist destination in Hong Kong. Many Hong Kong friends often ask […]
  • Popular Way to Travel Tibet from Korea
    At present, Travel from Korea to Tibet is relatively easy. You first need to go to your own embassy in China to apply for a tourist visa to China (if not an “L” tourist visa, you need to provide relevant proof, please consult our professional travel consultants for details), then from Seoul to Beijing […]
  • Different ways of Travel from Nepal to Tibet
    Located on the roof of the world, the Tibet Autonomous Region is an increasingly popular tourist destination, as it is easy to reach from Nepal. Most Western countries do not need a visa to travel to Nepal. Nepal has become an ideal starting point for tourism in Tibet. Therefore, many foreigners who go to […]
  • How to Travel in Tibet from Singapore
    For those who want to get from Singapore to Tibet, there are actually only two main routes: through mainland China to the plateau, or from Kathmandu to Nepal to Lhasa. Although this method may seem daunting, it is simple and convenient for Singaporean tourists. Singaporeans can enter China visa-free for a limited time, which […]
  • How to Travel in Tibet from Malaysia
    Every year, Malaysians Travelling to Tibet to experience the lovely surroundings are increasing. Tibet has emerged as a famous vacation spot for Malaysian people. Tibet Travel Agency helps you arranging every necessary document and other needs, to experience your travel to Tibet smoothly. More than 60 percent of people in Malaysia believe in Islam […]
  • Tibet tours from Kolkata, India – How to travel Tibet from Kolkata
    People want to travel from Kolkata to Tibet is not easy. you can’t directly fly to Lhasa. On the map, you can see them as not far from each other. also, the nearest seaport from Tibet is Kolkata. Historically Kolkata ports play a huge role in the development of trade between Tibet and other […]
  • How to Travel from United kingdom to Tibet
    For visitors to Tibet from the United Kingdom, it is the journey of a lifetime and is much like a trip to another world. Set far apart from the U.K., in distance as well as in culture, Tibet is a stunning land of high mountains, beautiful scenery, and captivating lakes. Set on the high plateau […]
  • How to travel Tibet from United States
    As one of the largest groups of foreign tourists visiting Tibet each year, American tourists can reach Tibet relatively easily due to the large number of flights from cities across the United States to Chinese cities, many of which are direct to China and have no stopovers. More than one million U.S. citizens travel […]

Customer Reviews

  • I consider myself the luckiest to have found let’s go to Tibet on TripAdvisor. They sent Sonam to be my tour guide in Lhasa for a day and it was all worth it! First, he is a local Tibetan himself, and the culture and tradition of Tibet. this close to home for him. 

    Kristian Mehle
  • Wish to travel Tibet for a very long time, but difficult with its rule and regulation to travel, didn’t get chance till this winter. Finally, I reach Tibet after contacting let’s go to Tibet travel agency, which helps me to provide one of best service to arrange us Tibet travel permit and other.

    Jane Doe
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  • Thank you for arranging our excellent tour from Lhasa to EBC. All arrangements were made perfectly even with last-minute changes. Both driver and guide were more than anticipated.

    John Smith
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  • He was able to explain to me not only the history of the Potala Palace but also the role Buddhism plays in their lives as Tibetans. He also took me to the most famous bazaar in Lhasa and helped me buy a SIM card.

    Jane Smith
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