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Travel Blog

01
Nov

Lama Tsongkapa

Je Tsongkhapa was born in Tsongka Kingdom, Amdo, in 1357. He is the fourth of six sons. The day after Tsongkhapa’s birth, Chojey Dondrub Rinchen sent his main disciple to the parents with gifts, a statue, and a letter. A sandalwood tree grew from the spot where his umbilical cord fell to the ground. Each...
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26
Dec

Cordyceps (Golden Worm)

Cordyceps Sinensis is a typical example of “rare is precious”. Many people have this mentality. The more precious it is, the better it is, especially the wild one. In fact, this is not the case. Cordyceps Sinensis was used earlier in Japan. When they were treating tuberculosis, they steamed it inside the duck neck. So,...
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17
Dec

Basum Tso

2,000 meters long and several hundred meters wide, Basum tso (also called Drak Sum Lake, which means three rocks and three lakes in Tibetan) shapes like a huge crescent set in the Grand Canyon. Birds like the yellow ducks and white cranes flock here for the numerous fish in the lake. The reflection of white...
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13
Dec

Guangzhou Lhasa Train

The Guangzhou Lhasa train also made its debut in July 2006. The train to Lhasa from Guangzhou departs every other day at noon from Guangzhou Train Station and arrives at Lhasa Railway Station in the late afternoon on the third day after over 54 hours covering a distance of 4980 km. Its operational speed is...
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Tibetan Kalon Minister during early 20th century
02
Nov

History

History of Tibet is not much recorded one, but it has long oral transmission history. It can go as much back up to how first human being are given birth by Monkey and ogress, in Valley of Yarlung Tsangpo River. It can be called as Yarlung Tsangpo civilization. Recent research found out first human settle...
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02
Nov

Yak Meat

Yaks are one of the most common animals on the plateau and the meat is very popular with in Tibet. Locals use many creative recipes to cook the meat and it certainly goes well with drinking Chang barley liquor. Roasted yak meats, fried yak meat and cold yak meat dressed with sauces are all delicious....
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pudacuo-park View
01
Feb

Pudacuo National Park

The Pudacuo National Park (普达措国家公园) is one of the most protected areas in the country. Opening just in 2007, the park has garnered a lot of attention from the locals and foreigners because of its immense natural beauty. The national park is actually very accessible since it’s located within Shangri-la and thus close to the bustling town....
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03
Nov

Namtso Lake

Namtso with an elevation of 4,718 meters above sea level, It is highest lake on the world. It covers area of 1,40 sq km. lying beyond Nyachen Tangla Mountain Range, about 60 km northwest of Damxung county, It is one of three holy lakes in Tibet. Geographic Location Lake Namtso is located in Nagqu Prefecture,...
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14
Feb

Lhasa – Shigatse Trains

After four years of construction, the high-elevation Lhasa – Shigatse Railway was finally open to the public on August 15, 2014. It was an extension line of Qinghai-Tibet Railway with altitudes ranging from 3,600 to 4,000 meters. Z8801was the exact train one needs to take from Lhasa to Shigatse and its return train was Z8802....
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