Tibet GuideTibet is an autonomous region of China. Entering Tibet you feel as though you've entered an entirely different world. The traditional Tibetan culture, though heavily diluted recently by government-sponsored migrations of Han and Hui Chinese, remains strong. HotelsFind hotels in Lhasa. Places and AttractionsExplore popular places and attractions around Tibet including Di'ezong, Chachilai, Qitari, Pa Longreba, Xiongqionglai, Chuangma and Dayu.
Popular in TibetLhasaLhasa is the capital of the Tibet autonomous region in China. It is located at 3650 meters above sea level on the northern slopes of the Himalayas.
In TibetLhasaLhasa Prefecture is the prefecture where the capital of Tibet resides. You don't need a travel permit to visit anyplace in the prefecture. XigatseXigatse prefecture is in Central Tibet. It has numerous places of interest for tourists, and has good public transportation by Tibetan standards. NgariNgari prefecture is in the far west of Tibet, it's an extremely remote area with nearly no infrastructure of any type. NyingchiNyingchi is a prefecture in southwestern Tibet. Nyingchi is a prefecture in the lower reaches of the Yarlung Zangbo River. ShannanShannan prefecture is in Tibet. Shannan prefecture is located south of Lhasa, covering an area between the Yarlung Tsangpo River and the Bhutan border. QamdoQamdo Prefecture is in the far east of Tibet. Yarlong River National ParkYarlong River National Park is in Tibet. The Yarlong river runs for 2,000 km across Tibet, then flows into India where it is known as the Bramhaputra. NagquNagqu prefecture also spelled Nakchu is in northern Tibet. Most travelers just pass through on the bus from Golmud to Lhasa.
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