Lhasa attractions center around Tibetan Buddhism of which Lhasa is the capital. The Potala Palace, home of the divinely chosen Tibetan ruler (the Dalai Lama) for centuries, is quite unlike anything else the world has to offer. Buddhist monasteries, temples, hermitages and nunneries surround the city. Barkhor Street is the circuit for pilgrims.
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Questions and Answers About Lhasa Attractions
Hi John, how many people in your group, please? Since this May, the Tibet government changes the regulation for Tibet Travel Permit (this document is the must for visitors to visit Tibet besides China visa) -The minimum number requires 5 people in each group with the same nationality and enter Tibet from the same destination on the same flight on the same date.
You can visit all these places on a private tour, but you need a tour guide to be with you, which is required by the government.
Yes, your group have to leave Lhasa at the same time, same day and to the same destination and by the same mode of travel.Whitney Liao replied on 2012-12-18