This is a Lhasa Tour
Activities: Arrival in Lhasa
Arrive in Lhasa On your arrival in Lhasa either by train or flight, you will be transferred to hotel in Lhasa. On the way from airport, you can view the Yarlung Tsangpo River / Brahmaputra River. Lhasa sits at 3650 meters (12,000 feet) so it’s best to relax and take proper time to acclimatize. By doing so you can drastically reduce the risk of severe high altitude symptoms.
Activities: Potala Palace，Sera Monastery & Norbulingka palace
After breakfast you will visit one of the most charismatic structure ever built in Tibet - the Potala palace - the winter residence for the successive Dalailamas. It is an awe-inspiring experience. Head to the Potala Palace and explore the grandest of its myriad rooms. See the jeweled burial chortens (stupa tomb) of the past Dalai Lamas as well as statuary and frescoes. In the afternoon you will visit Sera Monastery---Sera is one of the largest and important Buddhist monasteries in Tibet founded in 1419. Visitors can go for the Buddhist philosophical debates that takes place in every day (Except on Sunday). Afterwards, set off to Norbulingka, the summer palace of the Dalailamas, build in 1755. Overnight in Lhasa
Activities: Jokhang Temple, Drephung Monastery
Begin your day by visiting Drephung monastery in the morning, it was the world largest monastery in it’s heyday, located approximately 8Km west of center Lhasa, constituted by 4 main colleges and many hundreds of dormitories for monks, with huge prayer chanting hall echoing perpetual chorus of drumbeats and deep throated prayers, chapels enshrined important relics, and communal kitchen filled up with medieval looking utensils, like ladles and cauldrons will keep your eyes active. Drephung has also been well known for its monk scholars. located a few kilometers north of the city. After lunch, visit to Jokhang Temple, one of the holiest and earliest Buddhist Temple in Tibetan Buddhist world. Overnight at Lhasa