Travel Blog – Main reason to Know About Tibet

21
Jan

Ranwu lake

The Ranwu Lake is a perfect blending of the Swiss Alps snow peaks and glaciers and the streams in Jiuzaigou (a pretty town in central China). Just as depicted in the diary of Mr. Zhang Qingsong (a known professor from the School of Geography, Chinese Academy of Science who has set foot on all the...
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06
Jun

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 Chinese or Tibetan and especially when you need to take any taxis.   Important Travel Documents Have you packed...
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01
Feb

Bird Island

The Qinghai Lake is already majestic regardless of the season, but it sparkles even more during the spring and summer seasons, once the ice that covers the waters has already melted. It is during this time that thousands upon thousands of birds would drop by the area to feed and even to lay eggs. The...
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Statue-in-Bon-Temple
02
Nov

Shenrab Miwoche, founder of Bon Religion Tibetan shamanism

According to the Bon religion, Lord Shenrab Miwoche (the founder of the Bon religion and the great man of the Shen nationality) was born on the land of Tazik in the Yulin ring about 18,000 years ago. Ol represents the unborn child, Mo represents it will not shrink, Lung represents the prophecy of Tonpa Shenrab,...
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17
Dec

Yarlun Tsangpo Grand Canyon

The Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon undulates 496.3 km long, with an average elevation over 3,000 m, and the down-cutting erosion reaches 5,382 m. It is longer than Colorando Canyon in the United States, the longest Canyon in the world. and deeper than Colca Canyon in Peru. The Yarlung Tsangpo grand Canyon contain nine vertical natural...
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Mount-Bonri in Nyingchi
14
May

Mount Bonri – Sacred mountain of Tibetan Bon Religion

Before Buddhism entered Tibet, this snow-covered plateau had its own traditional religious beliefs. This native religion developed by primitive Shamanism. which has great influence on the human world such as ghosts, gods, heaven, earth, mountains and rivers, earth and rocks, and even vegetation. The worship of animism has a strong shaman color and the custom...
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02
Dec

Khada

Presenting Khada is a kind of very common courtesy. Khada is a long piece of silk used as a greeting gift. In Tibet, it is a custom to present Khada to the guests in the occasion of wedding and funeral. It is also common when people visit senior people, worship Buddha statues, and bid farewell...
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15
Apr

Everest base camp

Height of Mount Everest Mt Everest is 8,848 meters (29,029 feet) in height. A measurement officially recognized by both the Nepalese and Chinese governments. How high is Everest Base Camp? South Everest Base Camp is 5,364 meters (17,598 ft) The Tibetan North Side Base Camp is 5,545 meters (18,192 ft) Who discovered Mount Everest? No one really. It...
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23
May

Höhenkrankheit wann reise nach Tibet

Höhenkrankheit ist bei allen Menschen sehr verbreitet.  Wer kam zum ersten Mal nach Tibet oder kam für einen kurzen Besuch.  Sie brauchen sich keine Sorgen zu machen.  Sie können wenig Kopfschmerzen oder Schwindel, manchmal auch Übelkeit fühlen.  Sie können Medikamente wie Diamox oder Gaoyuanan einnehmen.  Wenn Sie nicht essen oder trinken können, ist dies ein...
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