Lhasa KFC-On May 8th 2016, Tibet’s first chain KFC finally opened in Lhasa city. It was not only the first KFC in Tibet Autonomous Region, but also the first international chain restaurant in this ‘Roof of the World’. Moreover, in the first day of opening-up, many people came to eat fast food here including local Tibetans and travelers. Furthermore, the decoration style of this chain KFC was Tibetan-style with pictures
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Lhasa nightlife is very colorful full of stories. And you can always find the way you like to spend the beautiful night in Lhasa. In another word, Lhasa nightlife is an indispensable part of your Tibet tours.
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After arrival at Lhasa, Tibet, relax and acclimate at hotel, all you want to do is to find a delicious local restaurant to taste the Tibetan food. Here, we are going to introduce the top 5 restaurants in Lhasa city for you. We hope you will like these restaurants during your trip.
If you once traveled to Nyingchi, Tibet, you may never forget the delicious taste of the stone pot cooked chicken. This chicken soup is full of nutrients that all the main materials and ingredients are from local.
The selection under the ‘comprehensive coverage, obvious characteristics’ principle has picked out a total of more than 200 kinds of top rated tourism snacks. Among them, the ‘Shigatse Pengbi’ and the ‘Tibetan intimate trekking cookies’ were on the list.
If you ask me about local sweet tea house in Tibet, I will definitely recommend Guangming Sweet Tea House for you in Lhasa. Located in Zang Yiyuan Road in Lhasa, Guangming Sweet Tea House has a long history for more than one hundred years.
Black Tea is a unique beverage in Tibet which is compressed onto a brick shape. To use the black tea brick, Tibetans break it up in a mortar and then boil it with other special ingredients. Black Tea was spread in the Tibetan area since the Tang Dynasty, and it was accepted and loved by Tibetan people.