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You will see the ancient China's architectures of houses, city battlement, and Cruise on the Yangtse River, and dreamed area of Tibet...
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Enjoy the cultures of two ancient civilized countries, China and India, see peoples daily life and natural view of two sides of Himalaya ranges including Mt. Everest; investigate how the one-child policy is adopted in China, and how religious the Tibetans are, and furthermore see by personally Tibet Plateau is protected after 4 years Tibet train started; if an architect, you can see different architecture style, if an animal lover, you can see the wild life on the Tibet train, and if a photographer, it is the best chance to shot different views, etc. Trip available: from Beijing through till New Deli, all year round except July, and August. However, if from New Deli through till Beijing, all year round except January, and Feburary.
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Starting from Beijing, the capital of China, this tour leads you to the very ancient civilization of Chinese culture, including the origin place of Chinese culture-middle reach of Yellow River, there you will visit the birthplace of this nation as well as Shaolin Temple, the cradle of world famous Chinese Kung Fu. Xi’an visiting is a good compliment to this tour as it is the ancient capital of 13 different dynasties in Chinese history. Finishing this tour by visiting the mystical Tibet and marvelous Mt. Everest makes this a dream tour for you.
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If Tibet is the "roof of the world", then western Tibet is the roof's roof! Our coverage of Western Tibet focuses on the sights that most attract travelers to this remote and difficult land. The most important of these sights is Mount Kailash, Lake Manasarova, and the Tirthpuri Hot Springs. These are some of the holiest sights in Tibet and are imminently important in the religious lives of the Tibetan people. These can all be reached from Darchen, a village on the main road from Lhasa to Ali. The town of Ali is the seat of the regional government and an important spot to stage expeditions further north or west, out of our current coverage. This is the land of the Himalayas with great snowcapped mountains, lakes, grasslands and lots and lots of space! In fact, perhaps the sheer emptiness of the region will astound you. In an area of 300 square kilometers, there are only approximately 70,000 Tibetans, mainly engaged in animal husbandry and farming. Any other Tibetans you may meet are pilgrims coming to visit the holy sights of the region. Mt. Kailash (6714m), Asia’s most sacred mountain, is located in a high and isolated enclave of West Tibet. It is one of three pilgrimages sites in the area, known collectively as Kangri Tsosum. All are said to be at the heart of the ancient Shangshung kingdom, the supposed land of origin of the pre-Buddist Bonpos. Mt Kailash is their sould-mountain, which they also call Yungdrung Gu Tse, the Nine-story Swastika Mountain. It is a 53-km pilgrim path around Mt. Kailash. It begins and ends at Darchen, a small settlement at the mountain’s south base and in the process visits four monasteries ad crosses the high Drolma La Pass (5636m). Three days is perhaps the minimum time required to walk leisurely around the mountain: spend two nights in or near Drira Phuk and Zutrul Phuk Monasteries. If conditions permit, try to stay four or five days, which would allow time for short trips to the inner regions of the area.
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