- City of the Sun, the political and spiritual regional capital of Tibet with its main attractions such as the huge Potala Palace, the Jokhang Temple and the Norbulingka.
- The second largest city in Tibet featured its famous Tashilhunpo Monastery built in 1447 - the seat of Panchen Lama.
- The cradle of Tibetan Civilization, which offers a number of side trips that illustrate Tibet's early history.
- If you like wildlife, nature and exotic Khampa culture, don't hesitate to come to Chamdo! Ancient Tea-Horse Road (South Silk Road) is another feature of Chamdo Region.
- Nakchu's beauty lies in its lakes, mountains and grasslands. The city is the headstream of Bon, the indigenous religion of Tibet.
- It is hard to imagine what transcendent beauty is presented in Ngari, the highest point on the Qingzang (Qinghai-Tibet) Plateau, the pinnacle of the 'roof of the world'.
- Here is unexpectedly mild and fertile area. A considerable distribution of lakes, glaciers and waterfalls makes the region full of breathtaking examples of spectacular natural wonders.
- Among the cities above, Lhasa, Shigatse, Nakchu and Nyingchi have become the major Tibetan destinations, thanks to the commencement of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway since 2006.
Tibet – a land nearest to the sun highlighted by all kinds of natural wonders: snow-capped mountains, sacred lakes, vast glaciers...
Monastery - the spiritual home of Tibetans, and also the best for exploring the Tibetan history, religion and culture.
The holiness and mystery of Tibet lies in the local exotic people, religious belief and local customs.