Lhasa Information and Travel Tips to Plan your Lhasa Vacation


Capital of the Tibet autonomous region in China and known as the "Land of the Gods," Lhasa sits 12000 feet above sea level and its majestic scenery, mysterious and exotic religious culture, and wonderful people reward every visitor with an indelible life-long memory.


Potala Palace

The highest palace in the world, this is the Dalai Lamas official winter residence and is the religious and political center of old Tibet. It is designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Barkhor Street

A narrow street encircling Jokang Lamasery, it is an important devotional path to Buddhist pilgrims. You can also find many local vendors selling traditional handicrafts and trinkets.

Jokang Lamasery

The four-story main hall found in this lamasery demonstrates a combination of Han, Tibetan, Indian, and Nepalese architectural styles. Jokang is designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Norbulingka Summer Palace

The official summer residence of the Dalai Lama and a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Norbulingka is surrounded by a beautiful park and has its own zoo.


The second largest city in Tibet, the Tashilhunpo Monastery with its bronze Buddha statue, the world s largest, is located here. Also, Yamdrok Yumtso Lake, one of the four holy lakes in Tibet, is nearby.

Based on your interest, we suggest the following tour packages which will provide you with the greatest enjoyment

Tibet Highland 14 Days 12 Nights[RDT]

  • Tour Code: RDT          Date: 06/08/2018 ~ 11/16/2018       Price From: $2600 Land Only
Visit some of China's most renowned cities and uncover the mystique of Tibet as you witness its ancient rituals and practices. Discover the sights and sounds of the most important river in the culture of China as you cruise down the majestic Yangtze River. From world famous culinary cuisine and entertainment to the natural beauty of vast and diverse landscapes, this is a trip of a lifetime.
Visiting: BEIJING(3 nts) - XIAN(2 nts) - LHASA(3 nts) - CHENGDU(2 nts) - SHANGHAI(2 nts)