Travel Blog – Main reason to Know About Tibet

23
Jun

How to travel from Canada to Tibet

Traveling from Canada to Tibet can be divided into two steps: First fly from Vancouver International Airport to major cities in China, such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong. Then, after you get the Tibet pass, you can take the Tibet train or domestic flight to Lhasa. Of course, if you want, you can fly...
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28
Aug

Ngari Airport

Ali Kunsha Airport is located in Kunsha Township, Yuer County, 45 kilometers southwest of Shiquanhe Town, Ali District, Tibet Autonomous Region. It was officially opened on July 1, 2010. It will be followed by Lhasa Gongga Airport, Chamdo Bunda Airport, and Linzhi Milin Airport, another important entry and exit of the Tibet air passage. The...
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16
Nov

Reincarnation

As onLiving Buddhase of the primary characteristics of Tibetan religion, the reincarnation system for the Living Buddhas is based on the theory of the reincarnation of the soul, and was produced to solve the problem of the succession of religious leaders. It is founded by the Gelug Sect (the Yellow Sect) of Tibetan Buddhism. The...
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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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17
Jan

Trandruk Monastery

Tran means roc and druk means dragon in Tibetan. The monastery got is name from the legend that it could only be built after Songtsan Gampo had turned into a roc and conquered an evil dragon. It’s said that renowned figures in the history of Tibetan Buddhism, such as Padmasambhava and Milariba, had practised Buddhism...
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04
Dec

Mandala

The Mandala (“Wheel of Life”) represents the “Realms of Desire” in the Buddhist Universe. The “Realms of Desire” includes realms of heavens, asuras, humans, Beasts, Hungry Ghosts, and Hell. The “Wheel of Life” is held by Yama, the Lord of Death. Yama is shown to be biting its teeth into the wheel symbolizing the “Realms...
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29
Apr

Buddhist Wheel of Life

Whoever has visited a Tibetan Buddhist monastery, no matter if in Ladakh, Tibet or Bhutan, has also probably noticed, usually at the entrance of the temple, a drawing of the Buddhist Wheel of Life. This symbolic representation, or Bhavacakra, serves as a wonderful summary of what Buddhism is and also reminds us that every action...
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17
Jan

Sichuan Tibet Highway

The Sichuan Tibet Highway, originally called the Kangding Tibet Highway (a section of the No. 318 National Trunk Highway) takes you through vast, open landscapes with majestic peaks vaulting skyward. The plateau areas are dotted with castellated Tibetan homes and an infinite number of contentedly munching yaks. Travelers can enjoy the magnificent and changeable scenery...
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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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