Hong Kong, China’s most prosperous metropolis which offers a taste of all the superlatives you can dream up.
Lose yourself in the busy intersecting alleyways with skyscrapers standing around, cross Victoria Harbour on the legendary cruise and eat delicacies you’ve never heard of in your homeland, you’ll find plenty to indulge in here.
There is no direct flight going to Lhasa from Hong Kong so far, but the connection flight via Chengdu is convenient. Another good option is to take flight or train from the neighboring city Guangzhou.
Train ride from Guangzhou to Lhasa takes around 53 hours, which is considered to be the longest journey by railway. Seat beside the window and enjoy the great views of huge salt lakes, snow-capped mountains, vast green plains with flocks and herds on the way.
Explore the featured highlights of Beijing (Great Wall & Forbidden City), Xi’an (Terracotta Warriors), Chengdu (Pandas & Hot Pot), enjoy the winding cruise of Yangtze River, and meet the devout pilgrims on the holy land of Lhasa. You’ll discover the diverse beauties of the country.
All foreign tourists are required to get a Tibet Tourism Bureau (TTB) permit for visiting Tibet. Furthermore, an Alien Travel Permit is additionally needed for the trip to Everest Base Camp, as well as a Military Permit for the trip to Mt. Kailash or other sensitive border areas. All the permits will be organized by travel agencies on our side as part of our service, and the permit application process generally takes 15-20 work days depending on different routes of your Tibet tour. You can see more details below.