Entertainment in Tibet   Entertainment in Tibet

In Lhasa, nightlife activities are often limited to Tibetan singing and dancing shows, taste snacks in the night market or a decent pub or bar with friends.
Dunya Restaurant, Bar and Balcony

Dunya Restaurant, Bar and Balcony

The word Dunya means ‘the world’ in more than ten languages – Arabic, Hausa, Turkish, Uzbek, Farsi, Pashto, Urdu, Hindi, Nepali, Malay and Bahasa Indonesia. As we are situated in Lhasa, on top of the world and are from around the world, the name Dunya was

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Makye Ame (Maji Ami) Restaurant Lhasa, Tibet

Makye Ame (Maji Ami) Restaurant Lhasa, Tibet

“Makye Ame” means “unmarried pretty girl” in Tibetan. The establishment of the three-story restaurant in 1997 was inspired by a beautiful story relating to the sixth Dalai Lama Tsangyang Gyatso.

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Tibetan Opera

Tibetan Opera

Tibetan Opera is very popular in Tibet, especially in Shannan, Shigatse, Lhasa, and Chamdo, and also widespread in Sichuan, Gansu, Qinghai and Yunnan Provinces. Tibetan Opera is a combination of songs, dances, chants and drama, with most of its repertoire

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