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As the first monastery in Tibet,  Samye Monastery is a landmark which built for religious use, it may hit you with the mixture of Chinese- and Indian-style. Samye Monastery was found 1200 years ago by  Guru Rinpoche who dued the demons there and taken Buddhism into Tibet later. The rough Yarlung Tsangpo running alongside.


Day 1 Arrival In Lhasa

Welcome to Lhasa, a city with the highest elevation in the world. You will notice that a welcome board with your name is held outside the airport or station. In order to acclimatize yourself, please drink lots of water and do less exercise after you check in.

Day 2 Lhasa City

As an international tourism city, Lhasa is famous for its long history, beautiful scenery, unique customs, and strong religious atmosphere. Let's make a Lhasa city tour today.

Day 3 Lhasa Suburb

Surround by the sky and snow-capped mountains, you will feel that between heaven and earth, all seem so insignificant. It's silent and simple there in Lhasa suburb. Walking in the sun, you may in connection with the spirit of Tibet.

Day 4 Lhasa - Samye – Lhasa

Samye monastery is the origin of Tibetan Buddhism, it's famous for its heritage of history, religion, architecture, murals and sculptures since the Tubo Dynasty in Tibet. The India style beautiful decoration roof of this temple is shine with dazzling brilliance in the sunset.

Day 5 Depart From Lhasa

At the end of the trip, a bus will be available to take you back to airport or railway stations. Please help us to grade our service before you leaving. Have a good trip!

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