Have Fun on Your Tibet Tours
Tibet is considered to be the real Shangrila, the outlawed land, the holy land of your inmost desires as well as the roof of the world. Tibet has snowy grasslands and mountains, spectacular monasteries, scattered herds of nomads and yaks, transparent blue sky, spectacular monasteries and tranquil lake. And these are just few of the great deal of reasons why people who have already went in Tibet always find themselves coming back to the place.
And the first stop that a great deal of Tibet tours would always go to is the Lhasa which is considered to be the capital of the Tibet province. Vibrant and historic, Lhasa, the holy city of Tibet, is placed in a small valley that is approx. 3700 m above the sea water. And for the visitors of Lhasa, the must see places are Potala Palace as well as Jokhang.
The Potala Palance is representation of Tibet. This place is holy in the hears of the Tibetan people. The Potala Palace, without question, is able to create a huge positive impression to the people living in this world because of its splendid splendor. For this reason, the meek Tibetan pilgrim, that has always subsisted in the yak hair tent must always see the Potala Palace with huge respect. And it is so amazing to know that this building is composed of 13 floors with 999 rooms and was built on the mountain steep in the 70th century. And going around the place is like entering a huge maze. It will make you keep going and going. It is so difficult to find the way out, hence, leaving you wandering there all by yourself.
The Jokhang monastery was built in 647, it is considered as the first wood and masonry building that is still existing in Tibet. It is the heard of the Tibetan Buddhism as well as the holy land of the followers of Buddhism. And a whole heap of people go to this place every single day because of its beauty. And a great deal of people are starting to crawl going up because it is an elevated place. It would seem that on their way going to the place from their houses, the pilgrims have a tendency to prostate themselves on the ground the moment they have walked to steps and would do it over and over again. A lot of them are also spinning the prayer wheels.
And without question, there is so much to see in Tibet. And each and every penny and second you spend in Tibet is definitely worth it.