Best Bhutan Tours You Deserve

Just like its name, Bhutan is a great Kingdom in the Himalayas which is dominated by a Buddhist culture. The kingdom of Bhutan can be said to be a Buddhist kingdom as it is quite difficult to know where culture ends and religion starts. Although in reality, Bhutan is an ancient kingdom in the Himalayas,…

October 12, 2018 BY Kunga

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Best Places to Visit in Kathmandu Valley

Located at the crossing point between South Asia and East Asia, Kathmandu Valley is undoubtedly a melting pot where you can experience various kinds of cultures from the neighboring countries and places. Not only as the center of Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, the Kathmandu Valley is also an important travel destination for tourists…

September 20, 2018 BY Kunga

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Guge Kingdom: Top Things to Know for This Hidden Kingdom in Western Tibet

As a hidden kingdom in western Tibet, Guge Kingdom experienced hundreds of years of prosperity but once disappeared mysteriously. The Ruins of Guge Kingdom, a large-scale palace with numerous caves, houses, monasteries and hill, is one of the most important heritage sites in Ngari that shows the prosperity and decline of the great kingdom which…

September 13, 2018 BY Kunga

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Nyingchi Mainling Airport: Another Great Alternative to Fly to Tibet

Nyingchi Mainling Airport is the only airport opened for tourists in southeast Tibet. Among all the five airports in Tibet, Nyingchi Mainling Airport is the second busiest airport for tourism other than Lhasa Gonggar Airport. Why start your Tibet tour from Nyingchi? How to get to Nyingchi Mainling Airport and travel around? Here is the…

September 6, 2018 BY Kunga

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Tibet Climate and Weather in 7 Major Prefectures

With an average altitude of above 4,000 meters, Tibet is in the southwest frontier of China, also known as “The roof of the world” on Tibetan Plateau. The mighty altitude and mountainous topography lead to a distinctive weather and climate, with powerful UV light, much longer daytime than most of the places you’ve visited and…

August 27, 2018 BY Kunga

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Singapore to Tibet Flight: How to Fly from Singapore to Tibet?

Singapore, a Southeast Asian country near China, is a convenient gateway to Tibet not only for its geographical advantage but also the benefit Chinese government has endowed to Singapore citizens – visa-free policy for Singaporean staying in China within 15 days. Therefore, in recent years, more and more Singaporean tourists make the trip to Tibet…

August 22, 2018 BY Kunga

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Top Festivities You Couldn’t Afford to Miss in Tibet

Huge turnout, outlandish outfits, and peculiar rituals, a dazzling array of outdoor events, plus tasty local delicacies, etc. traveling in Tibet during its bountiful festivals promises a mesmerizing experience beyond description. For discerning travelers who long to soak up the authentic Buddhist culture in Tibet, do double check the Tibetan festival calendar and time your…

August 15, 2018 BY Kunga

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Top 3 Cycling Tours You Should Not Miss in Tibet

Looking for an ultimate destination to push your cycling career to a whole new level? Just look no further than Tibet. With lofty Himalayan peaks, turquoise alpine lakes and mysterious cliff-side Buddhist monasteries, Tibet promises an unparalleled riding experience for the world’s toughest mountain bikers. Of all the classic cycling routes in Tibet, the following…

August 8, 2018 BY Sonam Tenphel

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How to Prepare for EBC Trek in Tibet?

The classic trek from Old Tingri to Everest Base Camp is one of the most popular trekking routes in Tibet. Though it is not an easy trek to go, the marvelous landscape of the Mount Everest area along the way attracts many tourists to come. The whole trekking journey takes about 4 to 5 days…

August 6, 2018 BY Kunga

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