(Roof of the world)
Tibet the “roof of the world” covered in lofty peaks and snowcapped mountains, is the highest region on Earth, with an average elevation of 4,000 m. Tibet is rich in its ethnicity; the art, music and festivals celebrated in the country are unique from the rest of the world having their own variations and rituals different from any other. Buddhism is the indigenous tradition due to which many beautiful monasteries can be found throughout the country. The architectures and arts are heavily influenced by Buddhism, mainly depicting immaculate sculptures and portraits of Lord Buddha and his teachings. Filled with soaring high mountains, arid valleys and pristine mountain lakes, Tibet is a heaven for adventurers as well as pilgrimage.
Lhasa, the capital city is incredible in so many ways, the site of the Jokhang Temple, The Spiritual Center of Tibet and the most holiest temple, can be life-changing. Other important sites in Lhasa include the Potala Palace, which dominates the skyline. This 1000 room palace of art is the most iconic structure in Tibet. Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery, are recommended places to visit in Lhasa. Whereas, Tashi Lhunpo Monastery in Shigatse and Palcho Monastery, Kumbum Monastery in Gyantze are most visit places in Tibet.
The outstanding view of Yamdrok Lake from 4700+ meter high pass of Kamba La in between Lhasa to Gyantze. It is famous for its turquoise-colored waters and the massive of Mt. Kangtsang. The excellent view of Mount Everest from Rongbuk Monastery on the way to Everest Base Camp is another outstanding view that you could not afford to miss in Tibet.