Travel Blog – Main reason to Know About Tibet

14
Feb

Golmud – Lhasa Trains

Hardly do people know the place – Golmud, if you are not planning the overland trip to Tibet by train. Golmud is the second biggest city in Qinghai province en route Xining to Lhasa. Golmud, built for mining natural sources such as salt, magnesium etc, has nothing to offer except dry desert. Though less popular...
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21
Nov

Jampaling Monastery

When looking down from the top of the Tamala Pass, Jampaling Monastery appears tucked in the crisscrossing mountain ranges on a knoll-composed layers of red earth formed by ancient glaciers between the Tsarchu and Ngom Qu Rivers. This monastery was founded during the Ming period by a disciple of Tsongkapa after Tsongkapa’s religious reform in...
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12
Jan

Tibet Train Safety

Tibet Train safety is best among all others. Professional service and group of security people are working together on a memorable journey. Tibet trains safety guaranteed your belonging and health through the whole journey. Tibet trains are quite safe. No one without tickets is allowed in the train cars. The sleeper cars are also separated...
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04
Dec

Funerial Services

In Tibet, the funeral services inherit the traditional custom including Stupa Burial, Cremation, Celestial Burial, water burial, earth burial. The funeral services must follow the rigid hierarchy of ranks, sharp demarcation. Which service should be taken also mainly depends on the divination from Lama. Stupa Burial Tibetan Funeral Services, This is a noble funeral service...
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07
Mar

Spring Festival in Tibet

More than 450,000 tourists visit during a week-long holiday The Spring Festival holidays saw a tourism boom in Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region thanks to favorable policies. More than 450,000 tourists from both home and overseas visited Tibet during the week-long holidays spring festival that ended Wednesday, a 48.2 percent increase compared with the same...
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13
Dec

Xian – Lhasa Trains

There are two trains from Xi’an to Lhasa. the first one is  Train No Z265, which starts from Guangzhou station, passes through Xi’an and ends at Lhasa Station. The other train is  No Z165, which starts from Shanghai station, passes through Xi’an and also ends at Lhasa. Both Train Z265  and Z165 from Xi’an to Lhasa...
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02
Mar

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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24
Jan

Karub ruins

Located in Kanuo Village, 12 kilometers southeast to the Chamdo county town, the Ruins are at longitude 97°2′east, latitude 31°1′north, with an altitude of 3,100 meters. Two rivers, Lantsang River and Kanuo River, dissect the place into terraces of different elevation. Located at the forth terrace at the west bank of the Lantsang River, the...
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03
Nov

Palkor Choede Monastery

Palkor Choede monastery located at the western end of Changge mountain in Gyangtse county. Palkor Choede monastery was first built in 1414.Its 17 Dratsang (College)belong to three different sects – Sakya, Kadam and Gelug. The palkor moanstery features the combination of all religious sect.The Hall of Tsokchen in the monastery is in majestic splendour. Palkor Chode...
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