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Tibetan Horse Racing Festival Tibetan Horse Racing Festival
Horse racing has always been one of the favorite sports of Tibetan people. And nowadays, horse racing festival held in summer has become a window to understand Tibetan culture.
Demolition of Guangming Teahouse in Lhasa Demolition of Guangming Teahouse in Lhasa
Guangming Teahouse used to be a well-known old brand teahouse. Sadly the demolition of Guangming Teahouse is a major event in the lives of locals recent days.
Tibet travel to become easier for foreigners in 2019 Tibet travel to become easier for foreigners in 2019
Tibet Autonomous Region plans to cut the time for issuing travel permits to overseas tourists by half in 2019, which means the foreign travelers could get their Tibet permit in about 1 week.
More flights to Tibet open on March 31, 2019 More flights to Tibet open on March 31, 2019
With the increasing demand of transportation into Tibet, Zhengzhou-Lhasa flight by West Airlines and Yinchuan-Lhasa flight by Tibet Airlines will be opened from March 31, 2019.
Ecotourism in Action at Tibet-side Mount Everest Ecotourism in Action at Tibet-side Mount Everest
The main cleaning mission in 2019 is to continue collecting garbage at the higher area above 7000m at Mount Everest. And the EBC will be moved 2km backwards, closely facing Rongbuk Monastery.
Travel to Tibet in March 2019 Travel to Tibet in March 2019
The latest news from Tibet authorities has informed that travel to Tibet in March for foreign tourists is now accessible, however, foreign tourists still need to apply for the Tibet Travel Permit.
Why People Give Alms during Saga Dawa Festival Why People Give Alms during Saga Dawa Festival
Doing good deeds is one of the characteristics of Saga Dawa Festival. The grand festival bring huge numbers of pilgrims to do the circuit around Barkor Street and Lingkor Road.
Nyingchi Peach Blossom Festival 2019 Nyingchi Peach Blossom Festival 2019
Nyingchi Government has held Peach Blossom Festival annually since 2002. This year, we’ll expect the opening ceremony of the 17th Nyingchi Peach Blossom Festival on the 23rd of March.
Everest Base Camp not Closed but Relocated Everest Base Camp not Closed but Relocated
Everest Base Camp has been relocated to the newly-selected spot near Rongbuk Monastery, where is 2km from the original camp site and can still provide tourists the panoramic view of Mt. Everest.
Tibetan Robe-Tibetan's Traditional Clothes Tibetan Robe-Tibetan's Traditional Clothes
On the Qinghai Tibet Plateau with high altitude and big gap of temperature between day and night, the most suitable clothes for the high altitude climate are Tibetan robes.
Tibetan Antelopes’ Living Habits Tibetan Antelopes’ Living Habits
The Tibetan antelope's activities are very complicated. Some Tibetan antelopes will live in a place for a long time, and some have migratory habits.
How to Make Yak Butter Tea How to Make Yak Butter Tea
Local delicacy is an essential part of travel, and yak butter tea is the one for Tibet travel. Yak butter tea is an indispensable drink in the daily life of Tibetan people. It is made from butter, tea and salt.
Fact about China to Nepal Friendship Highway Fact about China to Nepal Friendship Highway
The section from Lhasa to Kathmandu is also known as China-Nepal friendship highway, since this highway connect Lhasa and Kathmandu, which are two important cities in China and Nepal.
The Funeral Custom in Tibet: Sky Burial The Funeral Custom in Tibet: Sky Burial
Sky burial (or celestial burial) represents a unique Tibetan ethical custom, yet there are various versions about since when it became popular in Tibetan regions...
Facilities on the Qinghai-Tibet Train Facilities on the Qinghai-Tibet Train
In order to provide a comfortable environment and better meet the needs of passengers, the train is equipped with various facilities and offering corresponding services for passengers.
Lakes of Tibet-Highlights for a Tibet Tour Lakes of Tibet-Highlights for a Tibet Tour
Lakes in the Tibetan Plateau are widely distributed and splendid like the galaxy, being the plateau lakes that are at the highest elevation, of the largest number and covering the largest area.
Exploration of Yak Museum in Tibet Exploration of Yak Museum in Tibet
Yak, has become a cultural symbol, and even a symbol of those people who live on the plateau. And the world's first yak-themed Museum is located in northwestern corner of the stadium.
Namtso Lake-the Highest Lake in the World Namtso Lake-the Highest Lake in the World
Namtso Lake, located in the middle north part of Tibet, is the second largest lake in Tibet and is reputed as the "Heaven Lake" with the elevation of 4718 meters.
“Lake Castle” in Basumtso-Tsodzong Monastery “Lake Castle” in Basumtso-Tsodzong Monastery
Tsodzong Monastery, referred as “Lake Castle” based on Tibetan language, is standing on the center island of Basumtso, covering an area of about 2000 square meters.
What to Pack for a Tibet Tour What to Pack for a Tibet Tour
Tibet tour is on the way, but have you packed up properly for this unique adventure? It is strongly recommended to travel light! Keep the principle of carrying goods that are portable but practical.
Tibet Nepal Border Update-Gyirong Border Tibet Nepal Border Update-Gyirong Border
The former Tibet Nepal Zhangmu Border was destroyed in April 2015 Nepal Earthquake, and the new gateway for the overland route between Tibet and Nepal -Gyirong Port replaces the position.
The once flourished Zhangmu Town The once flourished Zhangmu Town
Zhangmu Town, once flourished China-Nepal port became beyond repair and finally abandoned after the severe damage of the big earthquake in 2015. The beautiful town may sink into the river of history forever.
Our first tourist celebrated birthday in Tibet this year Our first tourist celebrated birthday in Tibet this year
Among our guests, there are tourists who do the harsh trekking at Mt. Kailash to send prayers for their deceased family members; also tourists who spend their unforgettable birthday at the Everest Base Camp.
Tent Guesthouse at EBC Tent Guesthouse at EBC
With growing number of tourists and climbers from around the world coming to Mount Everest, tourism has gradually become a pillar of the local industry, with more and more farmers and herdsmen making their living better off of tourism. 

Introduction of Gyantse Town Introduction of Gyantse Town
Gyantse, altitude 3,950 meters, is about 210 kilometers from Lhasa and 95 kilometers from Shigatse. It was once Tibet’s third most important city, lying at the head of the Nyangchu Valley, astride the main routes from Nepal to Lhasa.