How to Get to Gyirong Port from Tibet and Nepal

High up in the mighty Himalayas, on the border between China and Nepal, lies Gyirong Port, a small place that is little more than a few outbuildings on the Tibetan side of the Resuo Bridge. However, for many people, this small place is one of the most important locations in Tibet, as it is the…

April 3, 2018 BY Kunga

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Gyirong Port, Overland Pass between Nepal and Tibet 

High in the mighty Himalayas lies the ancient and mystical land known as Tibet. Often called the roof of the world due to it being entirely on the highest plateau in the world, Tibet is a popular destination for tourists and pilgrims alike, and receives thousands of visitors every year. A part of the People’s…

March 29, 2018 BY Kunga

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How to Get to Kathmandu from Giyrong Port

The long-awaited official announcement of opening of Gyirong Port finally came as a great surprise. Due to the influence of Nepali earthquake in 2015, the Zhangmu border was completely flattened while the access from Nepal to Tibet via Gyirong was also severely crippled. With over a year and a half of continuous renovation, the facilities…

November 10, 2016 BY Kunga

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2016 Himalaya Trek Through Gyirong Port Rounded Off

Sponsored by the Tibet Autonomous Region Sports Bureau and Shigatse City Government, 2016 Himalaya trekking via Gyirong Port has rounded off on October 27th. A total number of 52 participants have attended this grand event. Himalaya trek 2016 was launched on October 22nd. In the past seven days, the whole team has smoothly completed trekking…

November 1, 2016 BY Kunga

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Gyirong Port connects Tibet and Nepal

Big News – Gyirong Port starts to connect Tibet and Nepal

In order to provide convenience for Chinese visitors, the Yihao Hotel and Fenghuang Hotel in Kathmandu started to provide car rental or carpool service from Kathmandu to the Gyirong Port and then return on Nov.2. Chinese visitors from China to Nepal or from Nepal back to China can reserve the tickets. The tourism season of…

July 11, 2016 BY Kunga

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