Potala Palace – The Palace is the
top attraction to see in Tibet and is considered a holy place by many of
the local people. Constructed in the 7th century by then the
Tibet emperor, the palace was renovated in the 17th century and
now houses Tibetan historical and religious art and artifacts
Jokhang Temple – The temple is the
spiritual center of Tibet and the holiest destination for all Tibetan
Barkhor Street – This is a must
visit attraction for all tourists coming to Tibet. Here, the street
reflects Tibetan culture, economy, religion, and arts. It is also a great
stop to purchase gifts and Tibetan goods.
Norbulingka Park – the Park is the
biggest man-made garden in Tibet and is known to held festive
Samye Monastery – the Monastery
was building in the 8th century and recording as the first
monastery in Tibet featuring Buddhist, laws and monks, where the famous
debate of doctrines between ancient Idian Buddhism and inland Buddhism
Tashilunpo Monastery – the
Monastery is the residence of the Panchen Lamas. It was building in 1447
and now houses the statue of Maitreya Buddha which is made of copper and
measures at 22.4 meter tall.
Mt. Everest – Standing at 8,848
meters tall or 29,028 feet, Everest is located between the border of China
and Nepal. Climbing Everest requires permit and be physically fit.
However, tourist can always visit the Base Camp and enjoy the breathtaking
view of the Mountain.
Yamdrok Tso Lake – The Lake is one
of the three largest lakes in Tibet and consider the clearest lakes in the
world. The view is amazing as the lake is surrounded by many snow-capped
mountains and small streams.
Namtso Lake – the Lake is known as
a pilgrim stop for many devoted Buddhist followers and is the second
largest saltwater lake in China next to Qinghai Lake.
Mt. Kailash – Standing at 22,028
feet, Mt. Kailash is considered as a scared mountain and has year-round
snow on its peak. Every year, thousands of pilgrims of different faiths
visit Mt. Kailash to amend for their sins.