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Tibet Travel Attractions


Tibet Travel Attractions
Tibet
Lhasa
Potala Palace
Drepung Monastery
Barkhor Street
Samye Monastery
Ganden Monastery
Jokhang Temple
Tibet History Museum
Tashilhunpo Monastery
Sera Monastery
Sakya Monastery
yunbulakang
Yamdrok Yumtso Lake
Yangpachen
Palkhor Monastery
Yarlong Tsangpo River
Heavenly Lake Namtso
Trankdruk Monastery
Mt. Everest
Norbulingka
Rongbuk Monastery
Tumuli of Ancient Tibetan Kings
Home to few of the most bedazzling views in the world, Tibet has become one of the most visited destinations. This is a virtual paradise for all tourists and more so for adventurer enthusiast and dare devils. It is just a perfect zone to hone your skills and physical fitness by engaging in demanding adventure sports. The Thrill of trekking in Tibet also doubles up as treks leads to some of the mountain tops dotted with stunning Buddhist temples and monasteries.
 
Yunnan is an important border province of southwestern in China, it borders Burma, Vietnam, and Laos. Yunnan has an average altitude of 2,000 meters and a temperate tropical plateau monsoon climate. It boasts imposing natural scenery, such as snowcapped mountains, glaciers, lakes, hot springs, plateaus, virgin forests, and tropical rainforests. In addition, it abounds in biological resources and enjoys such good reputations as the Kingdoms of Plants and the Realm of Animals, which has greatly benefited in the development of ecological tourism.
 
Guilin is regarded in China as the country's most picturesque city. Two crystal-clear rivers meander through the city, which is encircled by mountains with unusual & bizarre rock formations and caves.

Two crustal movements of the earth took place about 200 and 180 million years ago thrusting the limestone sediments out of the sea bottom. They were forced upwards more than 200 meters to the surface. This karst formation was moulded through many years of erosion by the wind and rain to became the hills and rocks with unusual shapes . There are many complete karst (Limestone sites), which are of high scientific value and tourist value.

Guilin is in subtropical and monsoon zone with warm and moist climate.The altitude is 140-160 meters. All this makes Guilin a unique natural experience for the visitor.

 
 
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