A dreamlike, Tibetan source to find the roots of the journey

Chinese rock musician “xu wei” once said

What impressed me most in Tibet

The inspiration on music, it’s shock

Those two hours are like a trance

Looking at the snow mountain, straight tears

Every time the wind blows the prayer flags

Is a blessing to the world

A blessing to all living beings

If you’ve heard xu wei’s the third pole,

You will long for a trip to Tibet

The traveller waited there, looking up reverently at the clouds

Singing echoed there, accompanied by the lonely journey

Where does the eagle soar in my heart

In the heart of this flower, it opens in that prairie

This is xu wei’s Tibet

What about your Tibet?

Road ground source, southeast of Tibet, Lhasa, Nyingchi, shannan, Namtso…

Tibet, China

A mysterious land in the world

Known as the roof of the world

The third pole of the earth

Road ground source, southeast of Tibet, Lhasa, Nyingchi, shannan, Namtso…

It is home to the world’s highest peaks

And the deepest gorge in the world

Both plateau cold climate

It has a tropical monsoonal climate

It has the most complete and abundant natural vertical belt in the world

Snow mountains, glaciers, forests, grasslands, valleys, rivers coexist

Such a landscape

In China and around the world

All are exceptional and unique

Road ground source, southeast of Tibet, Lhasa, Nyingchi, shannan, Namtso…

Tibet is not only attractive for its extreme scenery

And religious devotion

Profound history and culture

Colorful folk craft

Road ground source, southeast of Tibet, Lhasa, Nyingchi, shannan, Namtso…

If only one trip in this lifetime

You should go to Tibet

Turn mountains, turn water, turn pagodas

Not for the afterlife

Only to meet you on the way

If you happen to want to go

Namco, Lhasa, Nyingchi, shannan, classic small loop

Will be your hiding place to find your roots

Road ground source, southeast of Tibet, Lhasa, Nyingchi, shannan, Namtso…

Don’t go back

Take you deep into the source mountain south

Along the surging Brahmaputra river

Ancient nation, pious belief, harmonious creatures

This magical land of infiltration

Explore Tibet which I have never met


Plateau little Switzerland

Nyingchi, with an average altitude of 3,100 meters above sea level, is the lowest in Tibet. Oxygen is plentiful, making it a top destination for many people. The warm and moist air flow from the Indian Ocean enters Nyingchi through yarlung zangbu grand canyon, making the climate here warm and humid and evergreen all the year round. Here you can not only adapt to the plateau climate, but also feel Nyingchi unique beautiful scenery.

Basum Lake – emerald tears in the plateau

Basum Lake scenic area integrates snow mountains, lakes, forests, waterfalls and pastures, as well as pilgrimage sites. We insist on bringing you to bassoon. On the one hand, the scenery here is so beautiful, there are snow mountains, forests, villages, of course, the beautiful is the pure lake here.

Xincuo — ideal for secluded walks

Xincuo, which is an undeveloped lake. It is an ideal hideaway on the Tibetan plateau for those who love to hike and seek peace. Just 6 kilometers of hiking route, everywhere is a perfect picture. Blue sky diffuse like lotus clouds, snow peak reflection in the river slightly ripples, far hillside, shaped like a palm leaf fan lake sparkling, those trees poured into the water, as if to tell people the boundless years here……

Yarlung zangbu grand canyon -the most imperious in the world

Yarlung zangbu grand canyon is famous for being the deepest, long and highest altitude grand canyon in the world, which is also one of the mysteries of human beings. It has been hailed as the keyhole that opens the door to earth’s history. We will go deep into the quiet village in the grand canyon, and stay in the village under the snow mountain for one night. The view of the peak here is extremely beautiful, and the scenery of the snow mountain will be exposed in a 360 degree circle. Staying in the village for one night will give you a lifetime unforgettable experience.

Nnamjagbarwa mountain – the most beautiful snow mountain in China

Nnamjagbarwa mountain, known as “heaven in the clouds”, is 7,782 meters above sea level. In 2005, China national geographic magazine named Nnamjagbarwa mountain the most beautiful mountain in China. Its peak is covered with snow all the year round and wreathed in mist and mist. It takes a bit of luck to see Nnamjagbarwa mountain in its entirety.


The source of the hiding place

Shannan is a must to know more about Tibetan nationality and culture. Legend has it that the sacred monkey and the rakshasu girl combined here to create the ancestors of the Tibetan people and create a splendid culture of yarlung.

There are many firsts in Tibetan history: the first monastery Samye, the first palace yongblakang, the first farmland in the village of sarge…

Lamulacuo – meet past lives

Lamulacuo has a magical power in Tibetan Buddhism. All the spiritual children handed down from the dalai lama and the panchen living Buddha pass through Lamulacuo to view the Buddha. Tibetan buddhist believers believe that they can see their past lives and this life in the lake, so Lamulacuo attracts many devout men and women to go to the lake to find their past lives, present lives and afterlife.

Samye — the first temple of Tibet

Samye is the first temple in Tibet. It was founded in the 38th dynasty of the tubo dynasty during the period of zhisong deshan, king of Tibet. It has a history of more than 1300 years. He invited monks from the tang dynasty, India and khotan to live in the monastery and translate sutras. Samye is the first regular monastery in Tibet with three treasures of Buddhism, dharma and monk, which has a high status in Tibetan Buddhism circle.

Yamdrok Lake — beautiful swan Lake

Yamdrok Lake, referred to as yanghu Lake, means “swan Lake” in Tibetan. It is one of the three holy lakes in Tibet, along with namtso and mapayong. Yamdrok Lake is the largest inland Lake at the northern foot of the Himalayas. Yamdrok Lake is about 70 times the size of west Lake in hangzhou. It is the largest inland lake in the northern foothills of the Himalayas. Sheep lake has many branches, like coral branches, so it is also called “coral lake above” in Tibetan language.


The high city of snow

Around 633 AD, sontzen gampo established the powerful tubo empire in Lhasa. Sontzen gampo moved the capital Lhasa, built palaces, temples, roads, etc., to form the shape of Lhasa city. Lhasa is Tibet’s political, economic, cultural and religious center, is also the holy land of Tibetan Buddhism. The annual sunshine hours of more than 3,000 hours, known as the “sunshine city.”

The Potala Palace – the sacred and sacred snow temple

The Potala Palace is the highest and most magnificent Palace in the world, and the most important symbol of Tibet. It was originally built by zampu songtsan gambo of the tubo dynasty to marry princess bhruun and princess wencheng. After more than 1300 years of continuous construction, it was able to have such a magnificent appearance today.

Jokhang Temple – a sacred place for believers

Jokhang Temple is the oldest temples in Lhasa. Sakyamuni Buddha hall is the core of Jokhang Temple, which is a closed courtyard and respected by Tibetan buddhist believers as the center of the world and even the center of the universe. Tibetan people have “first Jokhang Temple, after the Lhasa city; In Tibet, it is said that “to go to Tibet without going to Jokhang Temple is to go to Tibet without going to Tibet”.

Barkhor Street brings together worshippers from all over the world

Ring the outer wall of Jokhang Temple in a circle called “Barkhor Street”, namely bajiao Street. It is the route that tibetans take for the ritual transmigration. It brings together pilgrims from all over the world, in the old streets, in the old alleys, tibetans in bright ethnic costumes and ragged believers crowded together on the same turning road.

Namtso – a sacred snowy lake

Namtso, which means “heavenly lake” in Tibetan, is one of the three sacred lakes in Tibet. The lake is surrounded by a vast lakeside plain, where grasses, mosses, tinder and other herbs grow. Herdsmen whip their horses, cattle and sheep swell like clouds falling from the sky, and the high, melodious songs echo across the valleys.