Warm winter sun, no crowded, filled with leisure

It would be nice in winter if you were here

The sky is as grey as we are bright

Sit down and talk

Motile outside the low temperature heart also ripples

From November to February of the following year, the temperature in Lhasa is relatively cold at night, usually around -5℃, but it is still warm in the day. Many people think that the winter in Lhasa must be very cold, which is totally misunderstood. In winter, Lhasa has fewer tourists, lower accommodation prices, fewer tourists and more festivals. Only at this time, Lhasa is what it used to be. In winter, quietly listen to this nation.

Lhasa in winter really belongs to pilgrims. Walking in the warmth of the sun, looking up is pure blue pure blue sky; Sweet teahouse free time, sitting down to a pot of tea and a bowl of hidden noodles is to enjoy; Mixed in the pilgrim procession, secretly observe here children, the elderly, lamas… The daily life of Lhasa seems simple enough to be touching.

Lhasa in winter, only the beautiful scenery without a pile of storm clothes. Enjoying the warm sunshine in winter at the top of potala palace and jokhang temple; Slowly appreciate the simple sculptures, exquisite murals, solemn pagodas; Visit the potala palace in the snow; Sit quietly in jokhang temple, listen to the sound of the lamas, harvest a different state of mind.

Talk to the birds. Lhasa river, lalu wetland, forest weeks, black-necked cranes, barn-headed geese and other precious birds will come here for the winter.

The best thing in winter is hot spring, of course. Lhasa and its surrounding hot spring resources are very rich, such as dadong hot spring, yangbajing hot spring, dezhong hot spring, rido hot spring, qiu sang hot spring and so on. It is absolutely a different experience to be in the hot spring and see the towering snow mountains around.

In winter, traditional Tibetan festivals, such as fairy festival, lantern burning day, ghee Lantern Festival, Tibetan New Year… Every festival has its own characteristics and rich cultural connotation. If you want to have a deep understanding of Tibet, you must not miss these traditional festivals.

The sun is just right in Lhasa in winter,

There are always people leaving and people coming.

There is noise, there is quiet.

There are also people who work quietly here.