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Lhasa Attraction

Exploring the Jokhang Temple’s Rich History and Magnificent Architecture In the heart of Lhasa’s historic district, you’ll find the revered Jokhang Temple, also known as “Tsuklakang.” Its history is intertwined with the birth of Lhasa itself, a city born from the temple’s initial name, “Rasa.” Over the centuries, under the rule of the Yuan, Ming,...
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Embark on a spiritual journey to Drepung Monastery, the prestigious seat of Ganden Phodrang in Tibet. Experience the rich history and religious significance of this ancient monastery, explore its sacred halls like Tshomchen and Ganden Potrang, and marvel at the exquisite artistry of Buddhist statues and murals. A visit to Drepung Monastery offers a unique...
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Discover the mystical Drachi Temple, a revered site dedicated to the Goddess of Wealth and Fortune. Explore the unique iconography of Drachi Lhamo, participate in ancient rituals for prosperity, and immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of this sacred Tibetan sanctuary.
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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 Lhasa, along with Drepung Monastery and Ganden Monastery, and is the most recent one among them. Sera Monastery...
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Embark on a journey through Barkhor Street, Lhasa's answer to Beijing's Chang'an Street, Chengdu's Chunxi Road, and Chongqing's Liberation Road. Uncover the essence of Tibet's snowy highlands as you wander along this ancient lane, brimming with history and stories. Barkhor Street, a vibrant artery in the heart of Lhasa, not only captures the city's memories...
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Embark on a scenic journey through Lhasa South Mountain Park, a new tourist hotspot in Lhasa City. Experience breathtaking trails across Routes A, B, and C, offering panoramic views of the iconic Potala Palace and the cityscape. Ideal for hiking enthusiasts and cultural explorers, the park showcases the beauty of Tibet with its natural landscapes...
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Sechen Lhatso is known to the local people as the Holy lake where the God of fortune (King of Naga) lives. It is located in the southeast of Riduo Township, Maldrogongka County, and north of Sangri County, Shannan Region. It is about 6 km from National Highway 318, and 124 km from Lhasa City, at...
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Princess Wencheng Live Opus “Princess Wencheng” is a grand Tibetan group dance and original ecological traditional song. Gorshey dance, Breaking Aga, Tibetan opera, and various unique Tibetan celebration dances are wonderful and colorful, which can be called a “living dictionary” of Tibetan culture. In a strong lineup of nearly 700 actors, this touching epic of...
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Norbulingka treasure Park is Summer palace and Garden Palace of 7th to the cunrrent Dalai lamas. It was built in the period of the 7th Dalai Lama Kalsang Gyatso, in the mid of 18th century. During summer time, Dalai lama spent their time in this Palace. This beautiful palace compound is located west of Potala...
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Ramoche Temple, a significant Buddhist monastery in Lhasa, now serves as the main Exoteric monastery for Tibetan Buddhism’s Tantra practices, known in Tibetan as “Gyuto Dratsang.” Situated 1,000 meters north of the ancient city of Lhasa, its full Tibetan name, “Gyatak Ramoche Lhakang,” translates to “Han Tiger Temple.” Princess Wencheng founded the temple in 641,...
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Peach Blossom Village, nestled 30 kilometers west of Qushui County’s town center, is aptly named for its abundant peach blossoms. The village is uniquely positioned in a deep mountain gorge, creating a microclimate that is both moist and comfortable, thanks to its special geographical location. This idyllic setting boasts a vegetation coverage rate of 30%,...
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The Lhasa River Segment Scenic Belt in Qushui County, marking the final stretch where the Lhasa River merges into the Yarlung Tsangpo River, boasts an exceptional natural environment. Thanks to heightened awareness and efforts in environmental protection, this section of the river within the county has become a “natural paradise” for various species of rare...
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The Qushui Bridge, located in the town of Qushui within Qushui County, marks a significant point in history. Formerly known as the Taga ferry, this location was pivotal for crossing the Yarlung Tsangpo River using boats. On August 1, 1966, the first modern large-scale road bridge across the Yarlung Tsangpo River was completed and opened...
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Introduction to Junba Fishing Village Junba Fishing Village, also known as “Tibet’s Fishing Village,” carries a name that in Tibetan, “Zunba,” originally pronounced as “Zengba,” means “Fisherman” or “Fisher.” This unique community is nestled on the southern bank of the Lhasa River in Chabalong Village, Qushui Town, within Qushui County. It is situated at the...
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A Sanctuary of Serenity and Power The Nyethang Dzepo Rock Carvings, nestled in the terrain of Qushui County, grace both the northern and southern foothills of Dzepo Mountain, with the Lhasa River flowing to its east. These carvings, totaling seven, stand as ancient sentinels against the backdrop of history and legend. It’s said that long...
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Introduction to Namdruk Monastery Namdruk Monastery, also known as “གནམ་འབྲུག་སེ་བ་བྱང་ཆུབ་ཆོས་གླིང་དགོན” is nestled in the serene Namdruk Township within Qushui County. The name Namdruk, meaning “Heavenly Township” or “Realm of the Sky” in Tibetan, evokes images of a place touched by the divine. Founded in 1189 by the revered Kagyu monk Tsangpa Gyare (འགྲོ་མགོན་གཙང་པ་རྒྱ་རས་), the monastery...
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Cowhide Boats: A Glimpse into History In Tibetan, known as “Guowa,” commonly referred to as “Cowhide Rafts,” cowhide boats trace their origins back to the Tubo period, with early depictions found in murals at the Potala Palace and Samye Monastery. Constructed simply with a wooden frame and cowhide for the body, these boats are made...
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Lari Jize A Peak, which translates to “The Five Sacred Peaks” in Tibetan, is located in Qushui County, northeast of the county town. The foothills of the mountain are cultivated with fields and natural pastures. The area is known for growing highland barley, wheat, and rapeseed; and for grazing yaks, bison, sheep, and goats. The...
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Introduction to Nyetang Temple Nestled in the serene landscapes of Qushui County, to the northeast of the county seat and southwest along the China-Nepal Highway, lies the Nyetang Temple, a hidden gem with a rich Buddhist heritage. Also known by its evocative name, “Nyetang Dolma Lhakang,” translating to “Nyetang Tara Hall,” this sacred site invites...
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Ratoe Monastery, located on the banks of the Ratoe River to the west of Nyetang Township in Qushui County, and on the route from Lhasa to Gonggar Airport, stands as a significant spiritual site within the Gelug tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. Founded in 1205 by Sangpu Lingdü, the monastery is dedicated to Je Tsongkhapa, embodying...
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