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Tibet Tourism Cities


No.1 Zhangmu Travel Guide

Zhangmu is a border town between Nepal and China's Tibet. Also known as Kasa, Zhangmu perches on a mountainside 10km inland from the Friendship Bridge across the Bhotekoshi River (Sun Kosi River). The small town has become the major trading post betwe

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No.2 Lhasa Tour Guide

Lhasa City is a holy city and capital of China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Located at the roof of the world, Lhasa is known as " the city of sunshine" and " the land of Gods". Located at an altitude of 3658 meters and at the bottom

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No.3 Shannan Travel Guide

Shannan, also named Lhoka in Tibetan, is a long-standing prefecture-city in southeast Tibet of china.Situated in the middle and lower reaches of Yarlung Tsangpo River, Tsedang (capital of Shannan) breeds the ancient Tibet Civilization. It has been the sea

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No.4 Nagqu Travel Guide

Nagqu Prefecture lies in the north of Tibet. It neighbors on Chamdo on the east, Lhasa on the south, Ngari on the west and Xinjiang on the north. In this region, the far-flung Changtang Prairie and mysterious Northern-Tibet uninhabited area always make a

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No.5 Shigatse Travel Guide

Shigatse, used to be called Tsang by Tibetan, is an ancient region at the altitude of 3,830m above the sea level. As the second largest city of Tibet, Shigatse is most famous as the seat of the Panchen Lama, who has been regarded by Tibetans (except those

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No.6 Nagri Travel Guide

Ngari is known as the "roof of the world" and the most "Tibetan" part of Tibet.Located in the western Tibet Autonomous Region, Ngari Prefecture borders India, Nepal and Indian Kashmir and is contiguous with Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Re

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No.7 Nyingchi Travel Guide

Nyingchi City ,lying in the southeast of Tibet, is in the embrace of these three mountain ranges. Nyingchi is also called "the Switzerland of Tibet" and "the Jiangnan of Tibet" (Jiangnan means the fertile and prosperous area in the sou

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No.8 Chamdo Travel Guide

Chamdo (Tibetan: ; Wylie: chab-mdo; officially: Qamdo; Chinese: 昌都; Pinyin: Chāngdū), population about 86.280 (1999)in Kham in the eastern Tibet Autonomous Region, is Tibet's third largest city (after Lhasa and Shigatse). It is located about 480km (as

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