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Tibet travel tips including history, permits, religion, maps, weather, tours, population, attractions and city guide of Lhasa & Shigatse.
Tips About Sunscreen

Tips About Sunscreen

Considering Tibet Autonomous Region’s high elevation and thin air, the harm of ultraviolet rays from sunlight cannot be underestimated. Protection from sun is a top priority unless you want to return with red cheeks.

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Anti-Altitude Sickness Drugs

Anti-Altitude Sickness Drugs

There are many anti-altitude sickness medicines, such as Rhodiolae, Tibetan Gao Yuanan, Gao Yuankang, Compound Codonopsis tablet, Ginseng tablets (first 5 more frequently used), Inosine, nifedipine and aminophylline.

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Tibet Maps - Useful Tibet Travel Guide

Tibet Maps - Useful Tibet Travel Guide

We provide here a large collection of Tibet maps in English, with best and most comprehensive information of all parts of Tibet, including, the updated Tibet Map 2014,

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Road Conditions in Tibet 2014

Road Conditions in Tibet 2014

Road conditions in Tibet have been greatly improved especially the roads between big cities, owning to the rapid development of Tibet’s economy and the influx of visitors pouring into Tibet.

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Tibet Shopping - What to Buy in Tibet

Tibet Shopping - What to Buy in Tibet

No trip to Tibet would be complete without taking away some local souvenirs either for yourself or as presents. This unique land captured in its crafts and goods certainly won't disappoint!

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Tibet Travel FAQ

Tibet Travel FAQ

Tibet Travel FAQs list Frequently asked questions, Tibet tour tips, travel permit, tibet train, tibet food and more information before travel to Tibet and when traveling in Tibet.

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Do's and Don'ts - Tibetan Etiquettes and Taboos

Do's and Don'ts - Tibetan Etiquettes and Taboos

Tibetan people are friendly and easy to get along with. However, Tibetans have different ways of behavior in many aspects due to their unique culture and religion. Be sure to respect local customs and be polite.

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When is the best time to visit Tibet?

When is the best time to visit Tibet?

The best time to visit Tibet is from early May to late October. Because first of all the Tibet weather would be not harsh, and secondly it is best time to visit Mt. Everest Base Camp.

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Top 10 Places to Visit in Tibet from a Base in Lhasa

Top 10 Places to Visit in Tibet from a Base in Lhasa

Here is some useful information for the famous Tibet travel attractions Top 10 and it answers what to see when travelling in Tibet.

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The Biggest Mistake People Make about the Tibet Train

The Biggest Mistake People Make about the Tibet Train

While researching the Qinghai-Tibet Railway we have learned a lot, which we would like to share with you to save you making some common mistakes.

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Where is Tibet?

Where is Tibet?

If you know the tallest mountain, Mount Everest (the altitude is 8848m), you are also likely to know Tibet, for the Mount Everest is on the southwest of it, but do you know where is Tibet? Here I'd like to share you some basic information about Tibet.

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High Altitude Sickness in Tibet

High Altitude Sickness in Tibet

High altitude sickness, also known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), or altitude illness, is a pathological condition at high altitude which is caused by the combination of reduced air pressure and lack of oxygen.

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Tibetan language

Tibetan language

Tibetan language may refer to: Classical Tibetan, the written standard; Old Tibetan · Standard Tibetan, the most widely-used spoken dialect

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Tibet History

Tibet History

China is a unified multi-ethnic country and Tibet is an inalienable part of it. The Tibetans cultivated a close relationship with Han and other ethnic groups from the Chinese interior since ancient times.

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Tibet Area Code & Zip Code

Tibet Area Code & Zip Code

Lhasa Tibet Area Code and Zip Code, Lhasa zip codes range from 850000 to 850600, Shigatse, Nakchu, Shannan, Chamdo, Ngari, Nyingchi.

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What to Pack

What to Pack

Deciding what to pack is not always easy, but do try to remember this principle: Pack the minimum! Warm clothing is a must for Tibet visitThe type of clothing you bring depends on which parts of Tibet you are going to visit.

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