For any tourist wishing to have an experience of a lifetime, there is nothing better than a vacation with so many eclectic things to do in Lhasa. The land of spirit and dream is a great destination to visit, whether you travel goal is a pilgrimage, adventure or just a leisure vacation. Following a thousand years of changes, it has figured out how to hold its antiquated royal residence, thick with religious history, its old sanctuaries, relics and avenues while at the same time keeping pace with current society. Guests have every reason to take inspiration and visit the decent attractions of Lhasa when they come to Tibet. A day trip into the countryside of Lhasa reveals the monastic ruins and restorations of Ganden, passing monks on the way to isolated shrines and enjoying fantastic panoramas across the valley.
Lhasa is also known as "the City of Sunlight" for it enjoys much more sunshine than most places in the world. As the holy land of Tibetan Buddhism, Lhasa boasts numerous well-preserved Buddhist constructions, most of which are mysterious palaces and monasteries. No matter what your interest is, let’s say climbing majestic towering mountains, circling around holy lakes, visiting sacred monasteries, riding horses across the vast grasslands, or hiking through national parks, Lhasa has something for you.
Lhasa houses some of the most renowned temples and monasteries like the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Tashilhunpo Monastery etc. And when it comes to natural sceneries, it is replete with breathtaking landscapes in the form of Mt Kailash, Yamdrok Lake and Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon. Lhasa is also the best place to climb the world’s highest peak in the Himalayas-the Mount Everest.
There are so many great places to see and amazing things to do in Lhasa that your vacation will remain jampacked with several interesting activities.