Yumbu Lakang Pictures

Yumbu Lakang was once the palace of the first tsanpo (Tibetan for ruler) of Yapan River valley area and the earliest palace in Tibet.

Located in the southeast of Tsedang Town, Shannan, Yumbu Lakang is built on the top of Zhaxi Ciri Hill on the east bank of Yalong River. It was said to be the first palace in Tibetan history constructed by Bon followers for the ruler in 2nd Century BC, consisting of two parts: front multi-storied building and blockhouse style watch tower connected behind. Attraction Intro: Yumbu Lakang
  • Yumbu Lakang was once the palace of the first tsanpo (Tibetan for ruler) of Yapan River valley area and the earliest palace in Tibet.
  • Yumbu Lakang is now a Buddhist temple after its extending.
  • The Buddha statue in the Shrine is worshiped by local Tibetan people, Yumbu Lakang, Tibet
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Asked by Ms.Basu from UNITED KINGDOM | Feb. 08, 2010 14:30Reply
Hi there,

I was just wondering was there anyway of hiring a jeep and self-driving through Tibet? Or are there any cheap tours under $500 going to Lhasa and Mount Everest Base camp?

Thanks
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Answered by Mr.Steven | Feb. 09, 2010 23:03
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I am afraid that you couldn't drive a jeep to do a self-driving through that place. You need to join a group to finish your trip there.
Asked by Mr.Han from CHINA | Jul. 14, 2009 03:04Reply
Qinghai-Tibet Railway Corporation will add a temporary passenger train from Xining to Lhasa (K9811/2) starting from July15 to tackle the influx of tourists visiting Tibet during the travel peak. The K9811 train will depart from Xining, capital of Qinghai Province, at 11:30, and will arrive in Lhasa at 12:54 the next day. The train K9812 will leave from Lhasa at 16:10, and arrive in Xining at 17:00 on the next day.
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Answered by Ms.Dora from CHINA | Jul. 14, 2009 19:24
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seem to be good news : )
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