Tibet has many world-famous attractions. Located in a plateau north of the Himalayas, Tibet is a mysterious, exotic place. It is known as the Roof of the World. Since the beginning of the 20th century, the massive, tranquil land with its majestic scenery and mysterious religious culture has exerted an awesome draw on travellers from all over the world. For first timer to Tibet, of course you cannot miss the

Travelers who visit Tibet love the opportunities for purchasing Tibetan arts and crafts! Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS offers advice on how to find the highest quality goods at the best prices in Tibet. On a tour of Tibet travelers are often enveloped in the excitement of foreign exotic sights, sounds, and smells! Amidst all the excitement, travelers love to shop for authentic souvenirs but are often unaware of where to

Many travelers dream of travelling to Tibet, and often, tight travel schedules make it difficult to include every destination into one trip! Tibet Ctrip Travel service-TCTS has introduced fully customizable Tibet tours for travelers on a tight schedule. Lhasa-based Tibet travel agency Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS is helping travelers on tight schedules to add Tibet to your itinerary! Tibet Ctrip now offers a lineup of 4-day Tibet tours that visit

Situated at far west of inland Tibet, Mt Kailash is not so easily reach. But every year thousands of Buddhists, Hindus, and tourists travel to Mt Kailash. Because it is the most sacred peak in all of Tibet, and possibly all Asia. Tibet Travel Expert of Tibet Ctrip Travel Service Team shares here how to reach Mt Kailash from Lhasa and Kathmandu, two most popular and doable travel routes. General

Covering 2.5 million square kilometers, Tibet is almost the size of Western Europe, with countless natural and cultural attractions dotted all over the region. Most travellers won’t be able to see them all in a single trip. Here Tibet Travel Expert Of Tibet Ctrip Service Team list you the most-liked top 10 attractions of Tibet. Hope this insider tip can help you narrow down your choice, and plan a perfect

Ever since the Nepal earthquake in 2015, the Zhangmu border port had been closed between Nepal and Tibet, and remains so until this day. The overland option to travel between Nepal and Tibet had thus ceased for over 2 years for foreign travelers. At long last, on 30 Aug 2017, a border port called Gyirong has opened in its place to foreign travelers. For many, Gyirong Port is a place

Winter is generally considered the low season of Tibet travel. More and more travelers choose to travel Tibet in the low season of winter other than the peak season of summer. Especially so for travellers who are used to cold weather at their home countries. Here below Tibet Travel Expert of Tibet Ctrip Travel Service Team shares some insider tips about low-season Tibet travel in winter of 2018. Benefits of

Is vegetarian food available all over Tibet? Will it be a problem for a veggie to travel Tibet? What should I do if I am a vegan and want to travel Tibet? … These are the questions often asked by vegetarian travellers from around the world planning a tour to Tibet. It is not as difficult as most people assumed to find proper vegetarian food in Tibet. There are plenty

One can either take plane or train to travel to Tibet, because of the limited availability, high service charge and long hours, more and more travellers give up train and choose to travel to Tibet by plane instead. Travel to Tibet by plane is faster and easier. And sometimes, especially during peaking seasons of summer, it is even cheaper than train. At the moment, there are more than 18 cities

There are currently 5 airports located in the different regions of Tibet. The most commonly used one is the airport in Lhasa called Lhasa Gonggar Airport. It is the major air hub for entering and departing Tibet. 1. Lhasa Gonggar Airport Situated about 60km away from Lhasa city, Lhasa Gonggar Airport is the most important air hub for entering and departing Tibet. Besides the domestic flights to/from inland cities of