Best Restaurants in Lhasa

As the capital of Tibet, Lhasa has numerous restaurants serving authentic Tibetan cuisine. Foreign dishes, like western, Nepalese, and Indian, are also available in Lhasa due to its flouring tourism and boarding location. When traveling in Lhasa, having delicious meals at restaurants with the pleasant ambiance is the icing on the cake. Tibetan food With…

April 17, 2020 BY Kunga

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Makye Ame, Must-visit Tibetan Food Restaurant in Lhasa

Makye Ame, located on the Barkor Street, Lhasa, is the most famous Tibetan restaurants of the region with a great cultural significance. It is deemed by many people as the best Tibetan restaurant in the whole world. Due to its great cultural heritage it has become one of the places of interest for the tourists…

December 19, 2017 BY Kunga

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The Ultimate Food Guide for Your Tibet Tour in 2021

Food is always an indispensable part of any trip in the world. So is Tibet tour. Under the influence of geographical environment and hash climate, what you would eat in Tibet would be much different from other destinations. Here I don’t want to talk about traditional Tibetan food any more but help you to find…

April 1, 2017 BY Kunga

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Top Six Reasons Why You Should Visit Tibet

Tibet is a holy place full of miracles. Some people say that Tibet is a great paradise for tourists,where you can take fantastic photos, visit Tibetan Buddhist Monasteries, even trek Everest Base Camp. However, it has more to offer for visitors. Here are my top six reasons to visit Tibet. Breathtaking Natural Landscape The best…

October 10, 2016 BY Kunga

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Tibetan Momos

How to make Tibetan Momos (Dumplings)

In Tibet, momos were considered traditionally as one of a Tibetan family food – something to be made together and be eaten in the family kitchen. Nowadays, it have become the popular Tibetan dish, and everyone talks about it and loves it. There are four steps to make a momo: Step 1: Knead the dough…

July 12, 2016 BY Kunga

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A bite of Tibetan cuisine

A bite of Tibetan Cuisine

  As the second season of the documentary “A Bite of China” premiered in China, Tibetan cates that appeared in the film also caught audiences’ eyes. Owning a history of over 100 years, now tea houses majoring in sweet tea has been densely covering Lhasa city, providing unique leisure time for more and more local…

May 4, 2014 BY Kunga

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