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Month

October 2016
People cheering for Tibet air flights
14
Oct

Airports

By far 2015, there were 5 civilian airports in Tibet: Lhasa Airport, Chamdo Airport and Nyingchi Airport, as well as Ngari Airport and Xigaze Airport. Details about Tibet Airports: Lhasa Gonggar Airport As one of the highest airports in the world, Lhasa Gonggar Airport enjoys an elevation of about 3,500 meters above sea level. It...
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Girl Checking for tibet flight schedule
14
Oct

Guangzhou – Lhasa Flights

Taking flights to Lhasa from Guangzhou is the best way for tourists from Hongkong. There is one flight depart daily between Guangzhou and Lhasa which will take about 5 hours and it will make stops at Chongqing. The flight takes around five hours, and costs from US$197.00 for economy class tickets, depending on where you...
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Lonely girl looking out of Tibet Trains
14
Oct

Chengdu – Lhasa Trains

Chengdu to Lhasa Train is a hot travel route bridging Tibet with the homeland of giant pandas. The railway crosses 5 provinces and measures 3360 km. Currently, there is only one pair of non-bullet trains, Z322/Z324, running between Chengdu and Lhasa with the duration of 36/36.5 hours. Although the linear distance is around 777 miles (1,250km), the...
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tibet-train near namtso lake
14
Oct

Shanghai Lhasa Trains

T164, as one of the early three railway links with Tibet, connects Shanghai with Lhasa. The railway line covers 8 provinces from east to west China and has 4373 km in total. It normally takes about 47. 47 hours to reach Lhasa from Shanghai. As the train travels amid mountainous range, conductors of each compartment...
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Busy Couple in Tibet Train Cabin
13
Oct

Beijing – Lhasa Trains

Launched as early as in July 2006, Beijing-Lhasa train (T27) has served as one of the three initial railway routes of Qinghai-Tibet Railway. With other two major railway lines moving from Chengdu to Lhasa and Xining to Lhasa. Beijing-Lhasa train stretches as far as 3757km and crosses over 8 provinces and it takes around 43...
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