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Tibet Travel Guide

Tibet Travel Guide

With an average elevation of 4,900 meters (16,000 ft), Tibet (Xizang) is the highest region on Earth and is commonly referred to as the "Roof of the World." It remained unknown to the world until the beginning of the 20th century. With vast lands, awe-inspiring buildings, wonderful ethnic groups and magic Tibetan Buddhism, Tibet is truly a paradise as well as the last eternal land on the earth.

Tibet is a plateau region in Central Asia and the home to the indigenous Tibetan people. Lhasa is Tibet's traditional capital and the capital of Tibet Autonomous Region. Lhasa is a treasured historic site and the home of two world heritage sites, the Potala Palace and Norbulingka, with a number of significant temples and monasteries including Jokhang Temple, Drepung Monastery and Sera Monastery. Shigatse is Tibet's second largest city, which lies west of Lhasa. Gyantse and Chamdo are also amongst the largest. More about Tibet

 

Tibet Administrative division  
Tibet Administrative division

Tibet
Lhasa
Chamdo
Nyingchi
Ngari
Nagqu (Nakchu)
Shigatse (Xigaze)
Shannan

 

Tibet Travel Attractions  
Potala Palace
Sera Monastery
Mt. Everest
Heavenly Lake Namtso
Mount Kailash

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Wonderful Tibet Tours  

PKG_10: 9-Day Tibet Tour: Beijing, Lhasa, Shanghai

PKG_11: 11-Day Tibet Tour: Beijing, Lhasa, Xi'an, Shanghai

PKG_15: 11-Day China Tibet Tour: Beijing, Lhasa, Yangtze River Cruise, Shanghai

PKG_12: 12-Day Tibet Tour Package: Beijing, Lhasa, Xi'an, Guilin, Hongkong

PKG_14: 13 Days China Tibet Tour: Beijing, Xi'an, Lhasa, Chengdu, Shanghai

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Tibet Travel Maps  
Tibet Travel Map
Tibet Tour Map
Tibet Tourist Map
Map Of Tibet
Tibet Map

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Tibet Travel Information  

■ GENERAL SURVEY

Geographical location

Administrative division

Tibet Topography

Natural resources


■ ETHNIC GROUPS, POPULATION AND RELIGION


Ethnic makeup


Tibet Population


Tibet Religion


Tibet Religious belief


HISTORY

The 7th-12th Centuries


Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368)


Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)


Qing Dynasty (1644-1911)


Republic of China (1912-1949)


People's Republic of China (Founded in 1949)


■ NATIONAL REGIONAL AUTONOMY

Political autonomy right


The autonomous power for socio-economic development


Inheritance and development of traditional Tibetan culture


■ TIBETAN ECONOMY

Overview


Financial revenues


Agriculture, animal husbandry and forestry


Industry and building industry


Fixed assets investment


Domestic trade


Foreign trade


Banking and insurance


■ TRANSPORTATION, POST ANDTELECOMMUNICATIONS

Highway


Aviation


The Qinghai-Tibet Railway


Oil Pipelines


Posts and telecommunications


■ TOURISM

Tourism resources


Historical and cultural cities


Tourist programs and routes


■ CULTURE AND EDUCATION

Culture


Education


■ SCIENTIFIC UNDERTAKINGS, PUBLIC HEALTH AND SPORTS

Science and technology


Public health


Sports


■ PEOPLE'S LIVELIHOOD AND SOCIAL SECURITY

People's livelihood


Social security


■ ECOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Nature reserves


Protection of the water environment


Construction of eco-forestry


■ APPENDIXES

Administrative division of the Tibet Autonomous Region


Major festivals in Tibet


 

 
 
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