A glass observation deck at Pelri Mountain, one of the tourism spots in the Yani Wetland Tourism Zone in Tibet autonomous region's eastern Nyingchi city, started full operation in early Sept 2019, becoming the region's first glass observation deck at its scenery sites according to Tibet Tourism Co Ltd.
Want to know how do Tibetans celebrate New Year? Check this post to explore Losar, the Tibetan New Year, a three-day festival that mixes prayers, ceremonies, hanging prayer flags, sacred and folk dancing, and partying.
The annual Supi-Naxiu Cultural Tourism and Art festival will be held soon to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the the founding of PRC and the 60th of the anniversary of democratic reform of Tibet. Keep reading to get the details.
Tibet is one of the most mysterious and spectacular places to visit. Lying on the world’s highest plateau, it boasts magnificent landscapes and beautiful cities, perfect both for backpacking adventurers and city-dwelling travelers.
If you plan on visiting Tibet, you’re in for an adventure of a lifetime. Tibet’s breathtaking natural landscapes, beautiful sacred spots, and stunning cultural landmarks will absolutely amaze you. But before you go, there are several important things you should know about traveling to Tibet.