Monthly Archives: December 2014

Monlam Prayer Festival in Amdo Tibet

Written on December 29, 2014 at 12:50, by

The Molam Prayer Festival holds in many Tibetan monasteries across Tibetan Plateau, but the Rebkong or Tongren county in Qinghai Province and Labrang or Xiahe in Gansu Proince in the Amdo region of Tibet are the two most most famous Molam Festival among all. The Monlam Chenmo, also known as The Great Prayer Festival, is More »

Tibet Entrance Ticket Prices

Written on December 25, 2014 at 15:10, by

In order to make your travel plan and budget for your Tibet trip. Here are the list of the entrance tickets. Though some travel agencies include all the entrance tickets in your Tibet Package Tour, but most travel agencies still do not include them and leave it as an optional. In case if you do More »

Xining Day Trips

Written on December 24, 2014 at 08:44, by

Xining, known as Siling in Tibetan, is the start of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway and the gateway to the Amdo region of Tibet. Just outside the city are many famous monasteries, national parks, and nomadic grasslands worth visiting. Xining is also the capital city of Qinghai province in the northwest of China. Here are some of More »

Lhasa Day Trips

Written on December 23, 2014 at 14:37, by

There are many locations near Lhasa that are worth visiting for a day or two. These sights, which include Namtso Lake, Ganden Monastery, Pabonka Hermitage, Drigung Til & Tedrom Nunnery, Samye Monastery, Yamdrok Lake, and the Drak Yerpa caves, give you a chance to experience the beauty of Tibetan land and culture outside the city. More »

Xining Airport opened its First International Flight

Written on December 23, 2014 at 05:58, by

December 5th, 2014.  Xining, the capital city of Qinghai Province at the far north east of Tibetan Plateau opened its first regular direct international air route on Friday, linking the provincial capital of Xining with Bangkok, Thailand. This flight is owned by China Eastern Airline and it takes about 3 hour and 40 minutes. This More »