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“Heavenly Tibet” post office sells well

An employee at the “Heavenly Tibet“ post office said, “There are many tourists buying postcards and souvenirs every day. We even have tourists visiting at 9 o’clock pm.”

Destinations

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The Potala Palace and Norbulingka will offer free admission for all tourists from November 1st through March 15th of 2019.

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    Tibet holds tourism, culture expo 2018-09-10 | by: | From:Xinhua

    The fourth tourism and culture expo kicks off in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet Autonomous Region in southwest China, on Friday.

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    More than 590,000 people have visited Ngari, Tibet this year 2018-09-07 | by: | From:China Tibet Online

    It is reported that during the first eight months of 2018, a total of 594,464 people have visited Ngari Prefecture in southwest China's Tibet.

  • Toilet revolution in Namtso Lake scenic area 2018-08-31 | by: | From:China Tibet Online

    Generally speaking, those who have been in Tibet would encounter the dilemma of using the dirty toilets, especially women.

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    Jiuzhaigou to reduce ticket price from late September 2018-08-28 | by: | From:China Tibet Online

    Jiuzhaigou and other five scenic spots will reduce ticket prices from September 20, 2018, according to information released by the Sichuan Provincial Development and Reform Commission on August 23 on its website.

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    2018 Tibet Mt. Qomolangma Cultural Tourism Festival to be held 2018-08-21 | by: | From:China Tibet Online

    It is learned the 16th Mt. Qomolangma Cultural Tourism Festival will be held in Shigatse from August 26 to September 1.

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    Archaeologists explore prehistoric ruins at west Tibet 2018-08-20 | by: | From:Xinhua

    In the past 20 years, dozens of tombs were found in the Ngari Prefecture. Numerous artifacts made from bronze, gold, wood and glass beads were unearthed. A gold mask from the second century and pieces of silk and tea from the third century were among the most prominent findings.