Travel Blog – Main reason to Know About Tibet

12
Jan

Oxygen in Tibet Trains

Being warmly considerate on Oxygen supply, Tibet Train offers two sets of Oxygen supply system. One is used for increasing the oxygen content in the train when the train to Lhasa is driven into the plateau zone. The other is directly used by passengers through the independent port. There are oxygen supply tube and mask...
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28
Apr

Flüge von Guangzhou nach Lhasa : Die wichtigsten Flugrouten von Südchina nach Tibet

Die wichtigsten Flugrouten von Südchina nach Tibet Die Flüge zwischen Guangzhou und Lhasa sind die beliebte Wahl sowohl für einheimische auch für internationale Reisende, insbesondere aus Südostasien und den USA.Es gibt Direktflüge von Deutschland nach Guangzhou, daher ist Guangzhou auch eine Torstadt für Deutschlandreisende nach Tibet. Was ist der neueste Flugplan von Guangzhou nach Lhasa?Wie...
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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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02
May

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01
Feb

Three parallel rivers

Most of the civilizations are founded near rivers: Tigris and Euphrates, Ganges, and the Yangtze. The waters from them fuel the development of agriculture, among others. Three of the most important ones—Mekong, Yangtze, and Salween—pass through the Yunnan Province. This, however, is just half of what makes it remarkable. Although these three flow simultaneously, they...
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12
Apr

Nyingchi Mainling Airport

With an altitude of nearly about 3,000 meters (9,843 feet), Nyingchi Airport has an advantaged position. It is about 400 kilometers (249 miles) from Lhasa and only about 120 kilometers (75 miles) from the mysterious Yarlung Tsangpo Canyon. It is a convenient air station for traveling in Tibet because it is closer to Lhasa compared...
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05
Jan

Potala Palace

About Potala palace Potala Palace is mainly comprised of the White Palace (administrate building) and the Red Palace (Religious building). The Potala Palace is famous for its grand buildings, complicated constructions, devotional atmosphere and splendid artworks. White Palace The White Palace comprising halls, temples, and courtyards. It serves as the living quarters of the Dalai...
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17
May

Sichuan Tibet Railway

The length of the existing Qinghai-Tibet railway is 1956 KM. Even the shortest train ride from Xining takes 24 hours to reach Lhasa. Although Lhasa has connected by trains many big cities, like Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Chongqing and etc. They all take more than 40 hours. This pace cannot meet the high-speed development of...
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01
Feb

Tiger leaping gorge

If you happen to find yourself in the Three Parallel Rivers Park, it’s very important you don’t miss out on the Tiger Leaping Gorge (虎跳峡). It’s currently dubbed as the deepest in the planet. It runs for more than 10 kilometers and is composed of three sections, with different water temperaments. The upper section, where the...
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