Tibet is a enormous land that has a long history and stunning landscape. It is adjacent to the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and Qinghai Province in the north, across the Jinsha River to Sichuan Province in the east, connected to Yunnan Province in the southeast, and bordered by India, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and Kashmir in the south and west. The average altitude of the whole area is more than 4000 meters, the north and south are more than 900 wide, and the east and west are up to more than 2000 tons. The internal mountains are towering, rivers and lakes are widespread, high and cold are lack of oxygen, the land is sparse, and the resources are abundant.
Its beautiful ancient monasteries and unique tribe customs have attracted visitors worldwide. Tibet Attraction Guide is where you find the most popular sites of monasteries, view spots, holy lakes, as well as some off beaten tracks
–Tibet Attraction Guide List–
Dorje Drak Monastery
Sekhar Gutok Monastery