Being completely different from the huge and desert-like Tibetan highland

landscape, the eastern Tibet, as well as Nyingchi area, is lusher and a lot of
attractive with green forest. Eastern Tibet is especially comprised of the 3
provinces of Amdo, Kham, and U-Tsang. Eastern Tibet is incredibly completely
different from the rest of
Tibet. Its climate, geography,
flora, fauna, and isolation all
lend it a unique, almost magic
atmosphere. Ancient life looks
less distorted here than in
central Tibet. Geographically
the region offers a good
variety from sub tropic lowlying jungle to the frozen peaks
of Namche Barwa and also the high grasslands of northeastern Tibet. At its
eastern finish the headwaters of some of Asia’s greatest rivers-the Mekong,
Salween and Yangzi-tumble off the Tibetan highland, carving a dramatic
concertina landscape of deep gorges, microclimates, and remote valleys. There’s
plenty to check and neutralize Lijiang because the town has a history of over 800
years. At 2690 meters higher than sea level the hypnotic trip to Lugu lake, is

worth your expectations. Take a ride on one of the loveliest road within the world
between Shangri-la and Daocheng. The gorgeous views at the Yading national
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Lhasa

Lhasa is a Capital city of the Tibet in Past but now it is administrative capital of the
Tibet Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China. Lhasa is the second
most inhabited city on the Tibetan highland after Xining and, at an altitude of
3,490 meters (11,450 ft.), Lhasa is one among the highest cities in the world. The
town has been the spiritual and administrative capital of Tibet since the mid-17th
century. It contains several culturally important Tibetan Buddhist sites such as the
Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, and Norbulingka Palaces.

Namtso Lake
Namtso Lake may be a mountain lake on the border between Damxung County of
Lhasa prefecture-level city and Baingoin County of Nagqu Prefecture within the
Tibet.

It is the highest saltwater lake in the world. Snow-capped mountains and open
grassland, dotted with yak herds and native nomads, surround the crystal clear
water of Lake Nam, creating it one of the foremost lovely places in Tibet. It is
thirty-five meters (115 ft.) deep. It is 4,718 meters above from sea-level.

Tidrum

Tidrum is a beautiful valley with numerous hermitages and caves in the
surrounding hills. About 114 km From Lhasa .

Ancient people said that Tidrum Hot Spring have magic healing powers or at very
least, to be good for the treatment of arthritis, gastritis and other ailments. That’s
why it is famous for hot spring.

Tsetang
Tsetang is the fourth largest city in Tibet and its situated 183km southeast of
Lhasa in the Yarlung valley. Tsedang, the executive center of Shannan Prefecture,
is the birthplace of Tibetan culture.

Historical relics and sites area unit scattered here and there in the area.
Attractions in Tsetang are centered on previous Tibetan cultures such as temples
and religious residence.

Samye monastery and Yumbulagang Palace is the 2 most popular sights in
Tsetang. It at an elevation of 3,100 meters and includes a population of about
52,000.When people go for Tibet Trips they definitely visit this places.