Jokhang Temple Pictures

The splendid Jokhang Temple with a golden roof,  is located in the center of Lhasa City and has been the spirit center of Buddhist pilgrims for a long time. It was constructed in the middle of the 7th century by the great Tibet King-Songsten Gampo. Originally, it was used to house the rare statue of eight-year-old Jowo Sakyamuni, but then it was used to house the gilded statue of twelve-year-old Sakyamuni until now. Attraction Intro: Jokhang Temple
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Asked by Ms.LIVFONG from MALAYSIA | Jan. 23, 2010 03:06Reply
im planning for a trip to tibet this year.but im really confuse with the permit to enter there.can i get the permit directly from malaysia?and is it impossible for a foreigner backpacker to get the permit without joing a tour?or is it possible to leave the tour and stay longer in that holy place?
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Answered by Mr.Sandy | Jan. 26, 2010 19:57
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You can not get the permit in Malaysia. You should entrust a travel agent to handle the permit for you and you can not jion any tour, just need their help to apply for the permit. Or you can handle it by yourself when you are in China. Better and easier to find an agent.
Asked by Ms.karol from USA | May. 18, 2009 20:18Reply
I'm traveling alone from chendu to lhassa in july any advise on acquiring the permit... as affordable as possible! I'm traveling by land.

also, I plan on going from Lhasa to Kathmandu by land, any advice or tips, should I already have my Nepalese visa before leaving the the States?
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Answered by Mr.Adrew | May. 18, 2009 21:12
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Well, for the permit to Tibet, please refer to https://www.travelchinaguide.com/essential/tibet/ where you can find more detail information for traveling.
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