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Q: I'm going to visit Lhasa, and can you guys list some attractions?

i've heard lhasa is a great place to visit, but l don' know the details about this sightseeing, so i need someone to tell me something about lhasa.

49 weeks 1 day ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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i read something online, here is the website:http://www.visitlhasa.net/top-6-must-see-attractions-in-lhasa/, and is there anything else you can recommed me, thanks!

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One 'attraction':

 

https://answers.echinacities.com/question/there-badminton-court-lhasa 

 

Enter 'Tibet' in search above for more ... attractions ..

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If you have an afternoon free you should go up to the top of Mount Everest. I heard the view is great.

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You do know that you can’t just go there. A foreigner needs a expensive tour gUide and 4by4 if I remember correctly

 

id forget lhasa

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they have a nunnery outside the city that most tourist don't see but I thought is was pretty cool and ancient.

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https://www.chinahighlights.com/tibet/travel-restrictions.htm

 

need a tour guide when you are there and tibet entry permit

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ain't that the place where they say it's hard to breathe for some?  I know a China girl went there, or was it Tibet, or are they the same place?  Anyway, she said they sold bottles of O2 everywhere,,, that's pretty wild!  what a place!  Bet it's hard on a smoker though...

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Potala Palace,Jokhang temple,yamdrok lake ,Nam lake ...

Foreigners cant go Tibet by yourself ,you have to sign up a certified  travel agency,and they will arrange a tour guy go with you(only to certain places)  that's the info from several years ago not sure if there is any changes. I went to a foreigner bar& restaurant in Lhasa,and saw a couple of foreigners there by themselves.

Suggest you go to west sichuan or qinghai,its quite similar ...I met many backpacker foreigners in Qinghai province ,can go there easily,I even have one tour guide 's contact information in Xining,English speaking and they have day tour to nearby attractions.

West of Sichuan :it's kind of tough if you dont have your own car,need to check information exactly where you go,i remember 10 years ago I went to Daocheng-yading,foreigners were not allowed to go at that time,the police came to the bus to check if there was any foreigners .

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