Best Value Destinations for travellers

These days plenty of people are feeling pinched and the popularity of budget travel is on the rise. So what countries are the best bargains? These ten value travel destinations give you more than your money’s worth.

10. The global economic crisis hit Icelandhard, shuttering its banks and sending its economy into a tailspin, but one good thing did come of it, Iceland has become a bargain again. Mid-range accommodations run US$80-US$180 per night, a 3-course meal is US$15-US$30, and a half liter of beer is US$5. From your base in lively and spirited Reykjavik, you can venture out to see glacial lagoons, geysers, volcanic craters, steaming geothermal spas and some of Europe’s most impressive waterfalls. And one more good thing: Iceland has its own lost cost airlines to get you there.
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9. If any one country can be said to enjoy an ongoing reputation for being a great bargain, it’s Thailand. Once word gets out and the tourists start pouring in, prices usually spike, but not in Thailand where the typical hotel room still costs only about US$80 per night and a meal in a fine restaurant won’t set you back more than US$30. And there is so much to see and do in Thailand. The interior consists of tropical mountains and rivers abounding in gorgeous flora and fauna. Bangkok is a vibrant world class city, and the seacoast is necklaced with luxurious resorts and charming villages.
8. But at least one country in Southeast Asia has decided to give Thailand a run for its money. Long situated at the crossroads of Southeast Asian trade, the Philippines has a rich colonial history. Add to that a diverse natural environment of mountains, rivers, jungles and some of the world’s best waters for snorkeling and diving and you have a potential tourist Mecca. Fortunately, most of the world has yet to catch on, so the Philippines remains a flat out bargain. Mid-range accommodations run US$60-$US120 per night. A 3-course meal is about US$10 and a bottle of beer is less than US$1.
7. Another captivating destination just waiting to be discovered is Namibia. Boasting a diverse geography of mountains, deserts and coasts, this southeast African nation is keen to attract tourists. Devoted to ecotourism focused on Namibia’s abundant wildlife, the country takes visitors on safaris and to remote lodges where a seven night stay starts at less than US$75 per night. A three-course meal in Namibia is about US$3 and a domestic beer is about US$1.50. At those prices, just getting there is the main expense.
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6. Low prices are often associated with a country bouncing back from hardship. That’s certainly the case with Nicaragua. Many people still remember the war and bloodshed of the 1980’s but Nicaragua today is a stable, functioning country where tourism is a major economic driver. To dangle a carrot, the country reaches out to visitors with prices that are deliberately kept lower than in neighboring countries like Costa Rica. Here you can get a good hotel room for US$50 per night, a 3-course meal for US$15 and a domestic beer for US$1.50. Nicaragua is an up-and-comer in the Central American tourist market.
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5. One of the last bastions of reasonably priced, culturally rich tourism in Europe, Bulgaria stands out for its fascinating history, varied terrain, and mix of cultures. It also hits the mark for low prices. Long a bargain getaway for Greeks, Romanians and Germans, the rest of the world is beginning to wake up to the deal that is Bulgaria. Three and four star lodgings hover around US$75 per night. An ordinary meal in a restaurant is about US$10. And a 33cl bottle of beer will set you back a paltry US$0.75. At these prices it’s hard to believe you are still in Europe.
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4. Australians have long known about the travel bargain that is Malaysia. Increasingly the rest of the world is catching on too. Malaysia offers warm weather year around, wonderful island life, fascinating culture and a dazzling world class city in Kuala Lumpur. But the best thing about it is the low prices. A bottle of beer will set you back a mere US$2.50, a delicious meal of unique regional fare can be enjoyed for less than US$5 and a night at a full service golf resort is about US$100 per night. It’s a whole lot for startlingly little.
3. Speaking of little, spunky little Latvia has won a reputation as the little country that could, standing up to its gigantic Russian neighbor in the 1980’s before gaining independence a decade later. This Baltic nation offers one of the best travel bargains in northern Europe. In Riga, the country’s showcase city, a good hotel room starts at US$40 and a meal at a top quality restaurant runs about US$30. Steeped in history and brimming with charm, Latvia has plenty to offer.
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2. When it comes to first world amenities at third world prices, Argentina is second to none. This country’s tumultuous economic history has taken it from the highest heights to the lowest lows and back again, settling at a mid-range level for goods and services that are often better than expected for the price. Mid-range lodgings at amenity rich hotels in cosmopolitan Buenos Aires cost a mere US$40-US$100 per night. A gourmet meal only rings up at about US$25, and a taxi ride to just about anywhere is US$2. But here’s the kicker: outside of the city the prices are even lower. Yet with all that Argentina doesn’t take the prize.
So where is the best value travel destination in the world?
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1. Nestled between India and Myanmar in Southeast Asia is a place once considered hopeless. Racked by political unrest and devastated by famine through much of the 1970’s, Bangladesh has quietly worked a revolution in the last two decades, assuming a global leadership role in green initiatives and steadily building up its tourism industry. Made up of lush low-lying jungles and swamps, and a long sandy coastline, Bangladesh offers trekking, canoeing, ancient Buddhist temples and tigers in the wild. With mid-range lodging at US$10 per night and meals at US$1, it is arguably the lowest priced travel destination in the world.

Beer hoi

Beer Hoi means simply “fresh beer”. It is a type of draft beer popular and available throughout Vietnam. It is mostly to be found in small bars and on street corners. And it’s cheap, less than 50 cents. Bia Hoi is not merely a drink, it has become a whole culture and way of life. Beer can be used in conjunction with peanuts boiled, fried... or some other food. With foreigners - both visitors and residents, have been seduced by Bia Hoi culture. In Hanoi, there are alot of fresh beer in streets or in the Old Quarter, which is a popular place for the western backpackers. Sitting on the pavement on a tiny plastic chair watching scene beauty and a few friends to chat, even guts up after trying smoke "Thuic lao" (rustic tobacco pipe) - it’s all a wonderful entertainment. In summer, "fresh beer" 's really loved. Almost people use it. Thinking, at the weekends, you can enjoy your time with your family or your friends - just with some cup of beer. It 's very interesting and one casual thing you should not miss whenever you come..say Cheer !!!


Where to go in Myanmar?

Yangon is the cosmopolitan and the main business city of Myanmar. Also known as “The green city of the East”. Yangon has been in existence for a long time, founded by King “Alaungpaya” in 1755. Yangon means “End of strife”. Population is over five millions and the city is beautiful with colonial buildings, wide tree-lined streets and tranquil lanes. The Shwedagon is the most conspicuous landmark visible from miles around and it is the most sacred of all Buddhist sites in the country for Buddhist people. Other places of interest are Sule pagoda “The heart of city”, Bogyoke Aung San Market also called Scott Market and China Town.


Kyaik-hti-yo “ Golden Rock” is a sacred, massive gold –leafed boulder delicately balanced on the edge of a cliff at the top of Mount Kyaik-hti-yo. It was built in the year 574 BC more than 2500 years ago and now well know as Miracle Golden Rock and which starting at  pilgrim-village and first we take the truck and then walk for one hour up the hill are unforgettable experience in your trip to Myanmar.


Bago, formerly call Pegu is a city and the capital of Bago Division in Myanmar It is located 50 miles (80 km) from Yangon. It is just about an hour drive from Yangon. Bago is accessible easily from Yangon, Mandalay, Pyay and other cities. According to legend, two Mon princess from Thaton founded Bago in 573 AD. Most interested places are Shwethalyaung Reclining Buddha (55 metres long), Shwemawdaw Pagoda, and 28 meter high huge Buddha Image of Kyaikpun Pagoda with its four huge Buddha Images facing the cardinal points and the one interest place is Kanbawzathardi Palace.

Thanlyin / Kyauktan

Thanlyin (Syriam) is located across the Bago River from the city of Yangon. It’s across the Yangon River via Thanlyn Bridge built by Chinese engineers. Thanlyin Township comprises 17 quarters and 28 village tracts. It is home to the largest port (Thilawa) in the country. In the 15th century as the main port city of the Hanthawaddy Kingdom. In 1599, the city fell to the Rakhine forces led by the Portuguese mercenary Felipe, who was made governor of the city. Thanlyin became part of the British Empire in 1852 after the Second Anglo-Burmese War. The city's population has increased from 43,000 in 1983 to 123,000 in 1996.Interested places are Ancient Portuguese Church (AD 1749 – 1750).Kyauk Tan (Yele Pagoda-A floating Pagoda which is Pagoda on a small island in the middle of the river).

Htaukkyant Cemetery

The Htaukkyant World War II Cemetery, also called the British War Cemetery, is one of the biggest cemeteries in Myanmar. In the cemetery are the graves of some 27,000 Allied troops killed
 in the World War II campaign in Burma. Htaukkyant Cemetery is located slightly outside the town of Htaukkyant (also written Taukkyan) about 15km north of Yangon, on the way to Bago. In the Htaukkyant World War II Cemetery is Today the Imperial War Graves Commission maintains the grounds. The neatness of the manicured grass and well-planted flowering shrubs seems to set the cemetery apart from the rest of Myanmar. It is a place for contemplation, to discover silence and solitude.


Twante canal is connects the Irrawaddy River and the Yangon river in Myanmar. The 35-km (22-mile) canal is a heavily used short cut between the city of Yangon and the Irrawaddy Division. The canal is named after the town of Twante, located near the canal's mid-way point. The town of Twante is located on the banks of the Twante Canal. It is mainly known for the pottery that it produces. The quaint and decidedly rustic city has a very 'frontier town' feel to it, particularly given the two-wheel horse carts that can be seen ferrying passengers along its dusty streets, and the numerous stilted wood and thatched bamboo huts that surround (and are sometimes interspersed in between) the older stucco building of the city. It is possible to reach the city from Rangoon by boat, taking the Twante Canal from the Rangoon River downstream from the main jetty.


The capital of Mon State is the third largest city in Myanmar. Mawlamyine is situated 165 kilometers east of the nation's capital across the Gulf of Mottama at the mouth of the Thanlwin River with a population of almost 300,000 people. Kyaik-Than-lan Pagoda, Kyaikkami Yele Pagoda. Setse Beach, Thanbyuzayat "death railway", making it a fascinating place to visit!

Hpa-an is the capital of Kayin State. Recently removed from the restricted list of travel destinations. Possible to reach it by road from Yangon across a new Bridge (Thanlwin) over the Thanlwin River. Hpa-an is small town but busy commerce center you can see farmer coming to town in horse carts or trishaws stacked with baskets to sell in the market. The population is about 50,000 people are most of are Kayin.

Bagan is the richest archaeological sites in Asia. The ruins of Bagan city cover an area of 42 sq. km embracing over 2000 ancient pagodas and temples. The enchanting city is located in the tropical zone of the country, on the eastern bank of the Irrawaddy River about 193 kilometers south east of Mandalay. Bagan shows Myanmar architectural heritages from the 11th to mid 14th centuries.


Mt. Popa is an extinct volcano which 1518 meters (4981 feet) above sea level, and a day trip from Bagan, set amid lovely hill and forest scenery. The Popa Taungkalat Shrine is home to 37 Mahagiri Nats, or spirits. Statues depicting the Nats are at the base of the Shrine. From the top of Taung Kalat, one can enjoy a panoramic view of the ancient city of Bagan.

Pyin Oo Lwin offers visitors cool days and nights, peaceful rural roads and tracks for walkers and cyclists, trekking in the fruit and flower producing countryside, and interesting shopping.  Old times can be re-lived with coach rides, and many historical and beautiful places are within easy reach.  Just over an hour's drive from Mandalay, Pyin Oo Lwin is an ideal and refreshing destination for visitors to Upper Myanmar. Lashio which is trading town in Northern Shan State , accessible by road from Mandalay-Pyin Oo Lwin. From Lashio, the famous Burma Road, built by the British before the War, intersects with Ledo Road leading into the Yunnan Province. Crossing over historic Gokehtaik Bridge, it’s a fascinating journey to Lashio and its famous for Natural Hot- Spring.

Monywa, about 136 km to the west of Mandalay, a major center for trade and commerce for agricultural product from surrounding Chindwin Velly. Mohnyin Thambuddhei  Paya, it dates from 1303, although it was reconstructed in 1939. It is said to contain over 500,000 images of Buddha. Giant reclining Buddha at Bodhi   Tahtaung (one thousand Bo Tree) Shwezigon-Paya, Aung Setkya Paya, and Phowintaung are major places for the visitors.


The second largest city and the capital of the last Myanmar Kingdom is in central of Myanmar, 688 km north of Yangon on the bank of the Irrawaddy River. The city remains many monasteries and pagoda with conservative tradition and the lifestyle of own culture. Also well know for its traditional arts and crafts, ivory, wood, marble, and stone carvings, gold and silver ware, hand woven silk and tapestry called ( shwe chi htoe ).


The name means City of Deathlessness, but its period as capital was brief. It was founded by Bodawpaya as his new capital in 1783. Being 7 miles (11km )sough of Mandalay, Maha Gadayon Monastery, Bagaya Kyaung Monastery and U Bein’s wooden bridge are the famous destination for traveler . Ava: Innwa (Ava) located on an island between the Irrawaddy and Myitnge Rivers. We visited Ava by horse cart (bullock cart).The ruins of a brick and stucco monastery called Maha Aungmye Bonzan (Okkyaung) is the main site.

The hilltops, each crested with a pagoda, the banners proclaiming the Buddha's teaching, the refuge from all ills and tribulations where over 600 monasteries for monks and nuns are located for Buddhist studies and meditation. Its side by Irrawaddy River and across the Inn-wa Bridge which is British-engendered 16 span bridges that dates to 1934, as was the only structure crossing the Irrawaddy River until 1998.

Mingun is located on the western bank of the river Irrawaddy River about 7 miles north of Mandalay. The main attraction is the Mya Theindan Pagoda and ruined Pathodawgyi, a Buddhist temple with the remains of a massive stupa begun by King Bodawpaya in 1790. The temple was not completed, because an astronomer claimed that the King would die when the temple was finished. Mingun Bell, A gigantic bell weighs 90 tons, and is today the third largest bell in the world. Mingun is famous for many Buddhist shrines, monasteries, meditation centers and monuments of historical and cultural importance.


Inle Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes of Southeast Asia. Lush, green and fertile, remote Inle Lake is a picture of rural tranquility. As it lying 875 km above sea level at Shan State. The lake is nearly 100 km north to South but only 5 km wide and there are more than200 village on or around it, surrounding a population of about 150,000 most is Intha People. Sagar ( Sankar ) the second lake : you can observe of local rice mill factory, making bullock cart wheels. Pristine culture and traditional life-style of the ethnic groups of Pa-O and Intha inhabited around Sankar.

Kalaw is a former colonial British hill station on the western edge of the Shan Plateau in Myanmar. Kalaw is located 70 km west of Taungyi, about halfway along the Thazi-Taungyi road and sits at 1,300 meters elevation. Kalaw is cool during the day and cold at night. There are many hiking trails amid gnarled pines and bamboo groves. Palaung Tribe Village is famous for trekking. At first a steep track leads down into a narrow valley where the Palaung cultivate cheroot, tea, damsons and mangoes on the hill.

Pindaya is situated at 1164-m above sea level and is 40-km from Kalaw. Its famous for its extensive limestone caves which overlooking the Pindaya Lake and Shwe U Min Paya which is full of Buddha images of about 8000 and picturesque Boutaloke Lake. Pindaya. There are many big banyan trees lined up at the base of the Pindaya hill, Hgnatpyawtaw, a Danu village, is at the end of these trees and it is most attraction of visitors.


Kyaing Tong lies in the valley between the high misty mountains of the Shan Plateau and the Mekong and the Thanlwin Rivers. It is the home of the Gon, Lwe, Li, Wa, Lah Hu, Thai Nay, Shan, Li Shaw, Li Su, Palaung, Akha, and we can only differentiate the tribes by colorful dresses which is different to one another. As Thai-Myanmar border, visitors are allowed to cross into this border town with Border Passes. Kyaing Tong is fomous for eco-tourism activities like trekking, mountain-biking and adventure tours.

PUTAO:  Northern part of Myanmar and famous for snow-capped mountain. Around year are cold and pleasant weather. Flora and Fauna can be seen in the forest around Putao. Mt. Khakhaborazi (5889 metres), which is the highest mountain in Myanmar and in Southeast Asia. It’s attractive for adventure trekking, mountain-climbing and hiking around PutaO and some tribe’s village.

As the capital of Northern Part of Myanmar and border trade canter with China. It is the extreme northern terminus of a railroad line from Yangon, and formerly an important town on the Ledo Road. In Myitkyina Myanmar’s great Irrawaddy River is combining of Maikha and Malikha Streams at Myitsone. The water over there is crystal clear. Myitkyina is famous for Jade mine which is about 148 km west of Myitkyina, there is a place called “Hpa Kant”, which is home to the best jade mine in the world.

Bhamo is a city in Kachin State in Myanmar, located 186 km south from the capital city of Myitkyina. It lies on the Irrawady River, and is the nearest river port to the Chinese border. The district covers an area of 4146 sq. m., and the population in 1901 was 79,515. It is mainly composed of Shan-Burmese and Kachins. It is an offshoot from the latter of these ridges that forms the third defile of the Irrawaddy between Bhamo and Sinbo. The serenity of it self is pleasant to cruise along Irrawaddy River.

Nat Ma Taung (Mt. Victoria)  
Nat Ma Taung, also known as Mount Victoria. It’s located in Kanpalet Township, Mindat District, is part of the Chin Hills range, and rises to 3,053 metres (10,016 ft) above sea level. Which can observe the traditional and cultural heritage of Chin people and their living systems, the natural forest flora, bird watching and wildlife tours, hiking, mountain-climbing, observe of 159 bird species including 5 indigenous species, a very rare species of rare birds which can be found only in Myanmar Forest. Also observe of Mammals such as tiger, bear, wild boar, leopard, guar, gibbon, etc. and 159 bird species, reptiles and butterfly are present. It covers an area of 279 square miles and forests include hill evergreen, moist upper mixed deciduous , pine forests (above 9000 feet), and hill savannah.

Sittwe  is the capital of Rakhine State and the port city of Sittwe sit at the month of the Kaladan river emptying into the Bay of Bengal. The 2006 population 181,000 and it is the provincial capital. Viewpoint is perhaps the most well known attraction in Sittwe. It is at the end of the Strand Road and looks out into the Bay of Bengal and the mouth of the Kaladan River. Shwe Zaydi Kyaung, Pyay-lone-chan-thar Payagyi (Atulamarazein), is one of the most sacred Buddhist pagodas, believed to have built in the days of Emperor Asoka (r. 269-232 BCE). Rakhine Cultural Museum, which contains exhibits on Rakhine culture and history.

Mrauk U is an archaeologically important town in northern Rakhine, Myanmar. It lies east of the Kaladan River, and is surrounded by hills in the north and south. In 1431, King Min Saw Mon established Mrauk U as the capital of the last unified Arakanese Kingdom. An important trading port with links to Portugal, the Netherlands, Arabia, Persia and India. The city eventually reached a size of 120,000 in the mid sixteenth century. There are five temple and five pagoda are worthy religious buildings in and around the town. Mrauk U can rightfully be claimed as the "Open-air Museum" of the arts and culture of the people of Rakhine.

Ngapali Beach: Lies on the Bay of Bangle and south west of Myanmar on the Rakhine coast. It’s only seven kilometers stretch of coconut palm lined, soft sandy meeting of the land and sea. It is half and hour flight from Yangon.For those who love the 5 star sea, sand, sun, swim and snorkeling, visit to Ngapali is must.   
Ngwe Saung Beach: Ngwe Saung Beach, the newest beach destination in Myanmar is situated 48 km from Pathein in the Ayeyarwaddy Division, about 190 km from Yangon on the western seaboard of the country, facing the Bay of Bengal. The beach stretches 15 km of white sand, blue sea, untouched surrounding and you can enjoy the pristine sea.

Mergui Archipelago, is far southern Myanmar (Burma), comprises over 800 beautiful islands. It consists of more than 800 islands, varying in size from very small to hundreds of square kilometers, all lying in the Andaman Sea with an amazing diversity of flora & fauna and very beautiful underwater scenes and marine life. This makes Mergui Archipelago very famous for the best Diving in Myanmar. The only human inhabitants in the area are sea gypsies, namely Salone in Myanmar. They are main attraction for international tourists as well as to operate marine eco-tourism around the islands in Myeik(Burma) Archipelago.


Monastery in Tibet

Tashilhunpo Monastery is one of the Six Big Monasteries of Gelugpa (or Yellow Hat Sect) in Tibet. Also called the Heap of Glory, it is located at the foot of Drolmari (Tara's Mountain), Shigatse. Founded by the First Dailai Lama in 1447, the monastery's structure was expanded by the Fourth and successive Panchen Lamas. Covering an area of nearly 300,000 square meters (3,229,279 sq. ft.), the main structures found here are The Maitreya Chapel, The Panchen Lama's Palace and The Kelsang Temple. Tashilhunpo is the seat of the Panchen Lama since the Fourth Panchen Lama took charge in the monastery, and there are now nearly 800 lamas.

              Tashilhunpo Monastery Picture

The statue of sitting Maitreya Buddha
Standing on the entrance of Tashilhunpo, visitors can see the grand buildings with golden roofs and white walls. The remarkable Thangka Wall which is nine floors high was built by the First Dalai Lama in 1468. The wall displays the images of Buddha on the 14th, 15th and 16th of May every year following the Tibetan Lunar Calendar. The images are so humongous that one can easily see it in Shigatse City. Visitors can find The Maitreya Chapel by strolling into the monastery on the west side of Tashilhunpo. One can find the biggest statue of a sitting Maitreya Buddha inside the chapel. The statue stands 26.2 meters (86 ft) high and is decorated with gold, copper, pearl, amber, coral, diamond and other precious stones. The statue was handcrafted by 900 craftsmen in 9 years. The chapel has been divided into five floors. Visitors can tour the upper floors of the chapel using a wooden staircase to see the statue more clearly and appreciate the superb skill of the Tibetans.

The stupa-tomb of
the Tenth Panchen Lama
The Stupa-tomb of the Tenth Panchen Lama lies east of the chapel. Covered by 614 kg (1,354 pounds) gold, 868 precious stones and 246,794 jewels, the Stupa-tomb built in 1993 is the most splendid and costly mausoleum in China since the 1950s. The Panchen Lama's Palace which stands nearby the Stupa-tomb is a grand white palace mainly built during the reign of the Six Panchen Lama (1738-1780). It is still closed to tourists and local visitors alike. To the east of the Panchen Lama's Palace lies the Stupa-tomb of the Fourth Panchen Lama who is one of the most famous Lamas in Tibetan history. He is also the teacher of the Fifth Dalai Lama. His gorgeous stupa-tomb decorated with gold and silver was built in 1662. The Stupa-tomb of the Fourth Panchen Lama is the first stupa-tomb in Tashilhunpo.
The Kelsang Temple is one of the oldest and biggest buildings in Tashilhunpo. It is a colossal compound. The Main Chanting Hall is a place for lamas to learn the sutras and listen to the Panchen Lama's sermon. On the back end of the hall lies a 5 meters (16 ft) high statue of Sakyamuni. It is said that a part of Sakyamuni's relics was placed in it. Two chapels sit on both sides of the Main Chanting Hall. The left one is devoted to Tara, the goddess who is believed to be the avatar of Avalokitesvara. A White Tara is in the middle and two Green Taras on each side. The right chapel is dedicated to Maitreya Buddha. With a height of 11 meters (36 ft), one can find the statue of Maitreya Buddha in the middle of the chapel. The statues of Avalokitesvara and Bodhisattva Manjusri created by the First Dalai Lama stands near the statue of Maitreya Buddha. The Great Courtyard of the Kelsang Temple is the place for lamas to practice and debate. The wall around the courtyard is covered by thousands of images of Sakyamuni in different postures and expressions.
Besides the grand palace and gigantic statues, the Tashilhunpo Monastery also treasures characteristic wall paintings. Because of the variety of shapes, resplendent colors and exquisite painting, the murals are considered to be another masterpiece of Buddhist art. Rare sutras, thangka, china and glass services of the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing Dynasties (1644-1911) are also invaluable assets found here. These are good relics for researching the history and society of Tibet.

Wall paintings

Kelsang Temple

If you come across some important Tibetan festivals, such as Tibetan New Year and Dancing Deity Festival, you may enter the monastery for free.
If you want to take pictures inside the palace, please ask politely the lamas.
It's easy to be lost in the grand palace, so please be careful!
How to Get There:
The Tashilhunpo Monastery is situated at the west part of Shigatse City; you can get there by foot or by pedicab.
Admission Fee:
CNY 80 (May 1-Oct.31); CNY 40 (Nov. 1-Apr. 30)
Opening Hours:
09:00 to 17:00(closed for lunch from 12:00 to 14:00)
Recommended Time for a Visit:
Three hours

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