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7 things wonderful for your Tibet tour in 2017

7 things wonderful for your Tibet tour in 2017

Tibet is a place where many travelers need going to a lifetime. perhaps you have already searched for many pieces of information about it, still, you may need to know more about Lhasa in Tibet to improve your experiment. So I’m glad to introduce 7 wonderful things in Tibet for you, please follow my step to a better experience of Tibet.

1. Find the best place to take a view of the Potala Palace

You could find the Potala Palace at the back of 50 yuan, It’s one of the best places where the picture was taken to have a view of the magnificent palace. And it’s a good idea to take photos in Potala Palace Square or beside the Dragon King Lake if you are a professional photographer, you may move by the unity of nature and culture. Besides, you could catch a beautiful view of Potala Palace with mountains surround after crossing over Lhasa River along Sichuan-Tibet Highway.

2. Having a cup of Tibetan Sweet Tea

Tibetan Sweet Tea is a symbol of local culture. It’s a good choice for you to have a cup of it. There are many tea houses in the city of Lhasa, enjoy it whenever you need having a rest.

3.Experience the life of Buddhists in Tibet

Jokhang Monastery, as the religious center of Tibet,  is known by most visitors. There are so many Buddhists kowtow in front of the temple to express their faith in Buddhism. If you want to know more about Tibetan Buddhism, you could go to another monastery- Drak Yerpa. Drak Yerpa is one of the most important temples which was found more than 1500 years. Even now, some Yogis still practice yoga and meditation in the caves nearby. I think you may step into a new world after the visiting.

4. Having picnic in the park

It’s popular in Tibet to have picnic outdoor because it’s a way to connect to nature. It’s the best time to Tibet in July and August if you want to experiment it. The local would dress up and celebrate with the specialty such as highland barley wine, tsampa. You may join them and share happiness with them.

5. Go sightseeing along the Lhasa River

Lhasa River lies in the south of Lhasa city, it’s a good place for you to take a walk or have a ride there. It will give you a good feeling with fresh air. Lhasa River is a living witness of Lhasa city, you may get inspiration from the flow of history.

6. Witnessing debate Sera Monastery daily have

It's a very important activity in Tibetan Buddhism to have a debate with each other, and Sera Monastery is one of the best places to take a view of it. It’s not important for you to understand what they say, because you may get lots of information through their actions.

7.enjoy the charm of culture of Lhasa City

You can take a walk along Barkhor Street, which was a traditional market for local and now it’s a commercial street and a pilgrim circuit. Lots of Buddhist pray and crawl in a clockwise direction. You may follow them and get a better understanding of Buddhism.

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