Travel Blog – Main reason to Know About Tibet

15
Jun

How to Travel in Tibet from Singapore

For those who want to get from Singapore to Tibet, there are actually only two main routes: through mainland China to the plateau, or from Kathmandu to Nepal to Lhasa. Although this method may seem daunting, it is simple and convenient for Singaporean tourists. Singaporeans can enter China visa-free for a limited time, which makes...
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15
Jun

Popular Way to Travel Tibet from Korea

At present, Travel from Korea to Tibet is relatively easy. You first need to go to your own embassy in China to apply for a tourist visa to China (if not an “L” tourist visa, you need to provide relevant proof, please consult our professional travel consultants for details), then from Seoul to Beijing or...
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28
Jun

The Ya’an-Linzhi section of the Sichuan-Tibet Railway will start soon

Immediately after China’s second domestic railway Sichuan-Tibet Railway connecting Sichuan and Tibet This railway is constructed from both ends to the middle. The Lalin section and the Chengya section began construction in December 2014. December 28, 2018. Sichuan-Tibet Railway Chengya Section opened for operation On June 17, the State Council Information Office held a series...
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23
May

Bestattungsriten in Tibet – Himmelsbestattung

Der Tod ist für alle Menschen unvermeidlich. Aber es gibt verschiedene Meinungen über die Bedeutung des Todes. Für viele Menschen in aller Welt ist der Tod etwas Schreckliches. Wir Tibeter haben da andere Ansichten über den Tod. Die tibetischen Bestattungsriten entwickeln sich unter den einzigartigen natürlichen und kulturellen Bedingungen auf dem Qinghai-Tibet-Hochplateau. Der tibetische Buddhismus...
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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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10
Apr

Butter Tea

Butter tea of the type made by Tibetans is made by boiling the tea leaves repeatedly. The best quality tea is boiled for around half the day and takes on a very dark color. It is then put into a traditional tea churn and salt and yak butter get added. It is churned vigorously by...
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12
Jan

Tibet Group Visa

A Group Visa is a “must” for your Tibet tour from Kathmandu, Nepal. No matter whether you already have a China Visa or not, you need to apply for a new China Visa which is a group visa at the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu. This policy is regulated by the border treaty signed between Nepal...
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03
Nov

Namtso Lake – World Highest Salt Lake

Namtso is 4718 meters above sea level and is the highest lake in the world, covering an area of ​​2.400 square kilometers. Behind the Nyachen Tangla mountain range, about 60 kilometers northwest of the Damshung District, is one of the three holy lakes in Tibet. Namtso Lake – Largest and Highest Salt Lake Namtso is...
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14
Jan

Xining – Lhasa Flights

As the gateway to Tibet, Xining manages two flights between Lhasa. It will take about two and a half to get. The two flights depart daily and will make no stop flight. Are There any Direct International Flights to Xining? While many visitors tend to land in other cities in China and then take a connecting...
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