Go to the Lowest Most Unfrequented Fun Place in Tibet

In the southeast Tibet and Yurlong Tsangpo Canyon dense jungle, there hides the highest dream of the tourists–Medog. This is the place with the lowest elevation on the plateau, the best preserved ecological environment, the most moderate climate, and the most abundant rainfall. There is also China’s top-level outdoor walking route, with a perfect combination…

November 26, 2013 BY Kunga

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The One and Only Pala Manor

  Pala Manor which has a total of 82 rooms and covers an area of more than 5,000 square meters is jus the main manor of Pala family. They have 37 sub-manors in other places. In addition, they have 12 pastures, more than 8160 mu land and over 3,000 serfs.

November 25, 2013 BY Kunga

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Zhangmu-Garden in Paradise

  In Shigatse, there is a hidden border town, whose beauty is no less than the Paradise Township where Bidepan is living. But, only the imaginative people can find the place whose very existence is to confirm the truth of the dream.

November 25, 2013 BY Kunga

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Exploration of the Legendary Hollow Island

  “There is a peerless beauty, living in a solitary valley.” This is the heartfelt sigh issued by the tourists who come to Basumtso for the first time. Basumtso is located in a deep valley on the upper reaches of Ba River and is more than 50 km away from Gongbo’gyamda County of Nyingchi. The…

November 21, 2013 BY Kunga

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Idyllic Dream in the Heart of Yanmdrok Lake

  Yanmdrok Lake has a graceful figure. Perhaps she is too shy, because I have climbed many mountains around the lake but have failed to see her whole body. The peninsulas extending deep into the lake and the islands in the lake have blocked my view. Yanmdrok Lake is “fragmented” by these islands, but it…

November 21, 2013 BY Kunga

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Tibetan Medicine Code

  A kind of Tibetan medicine gradually enters people’s hearts. It is some kind of panacea with sacred Tibetan power that people have been looking for. There are 300 magic Tibetan medicines in Shigatse, each having its own unique property and potency. There must be one of them which can cure your disease.

November 20, 2013 BY Kunga

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Wandering In Tibet

  Lhasa is not the center of the world, yet its enormous attractive force which cannot be verified through any scientific method lures people around the world to come here. People of different color colors, nationalities and cultural beliefs come to gather here at the same time. Drifting in Lhasa and living in Lhasa, they…

November 20, 2013 BY Kunga

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The Secret of the 3 Monasteries

Entering the mysterious Buddhist Tibetan world, my heart is full of questions: The statues of Buddha of various shapes and postures are so different from those in the temples in the mainland; who are they? Males or females, smiles or angers; why are they so different? They put on a variety of postures; what do…

November 19, 2013 BY Kunga

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Enjoy Slow-Pacing Lhasa

Drinking fragrant milk tea in a sweet teahouse in Changgu Temple, bathing in the warmest sun outside a century-old Tibetan house, or tasting the mutton-carrot soup slowly in Aluocangzang. Happy Lhasa passes through time and makes us feel comfortable and relaxed. Here, time walks like a cat, quietly, mysteriously, with no footsteps and tension. We…

November 19, 2013 BY Kunga

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Tibetan Handicrafts

  Tibetan Knives are traditional and well-known handicrafts with a peculiar style. they are indispensable in the life of herdsmen. Tibetans use them as the tools to defend, to slaughter livestock and to eat meat. Tibetans have a sense of security with knives because Tibetan look might and valiant with knives.Tibetan knives are produced in…

November 18, 2013 BY Kunga

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