Ghood Gu Hotel
The Ghood Gu Hotel Lhasa is a traditional Tibetan building located in the former city centre of Lhasa. The hotel is a Tibetan style hotel, from the lobby to the hall way including stairs and rooms, all with traditional Tibetan decoration, best suited for those who want to explore the mysterious Tibetan culture
Located only 100 meter to Jokhang temple and 300 meters to Ramoche. It is about 2 kilometres from Potala Palace and 5 kilometers from the Lhasa Exhibition Centre.
Ghood Gu Hotel Lhasa, 19 Shasarsu Road, Trom Si Khang, Lhasa City, Tibet PRC, China
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The main mine resources are copper, lead, zinc, arsenic, fluorite, limestone, plaster and salines, etc. Agriculture and animal husbandry are major economy styles. The percentage of forest coverage is 23.9 percent and the total wood stock volume is 30 million cubic meters.
Chambaling monastery founded in 1444 by one of Tsong Khapa's disciples. the Monastery lies at Chamdo town. Chambaling has hundreds of statues of Buddha's and great adapters, thousand square meters of murals, and magnificent Thangkas, which represent the highest artistic level in Kham. Monastery is full of religious dancing, characterized with ferocious and living masks, elegant postures, marvelous costumes and fabulous scenes.
The monastery is different with other monasteries since it is an important religious center of Tibet. The monastery lies at the foot of Zezhol Hill, 37 kms from Tingchen country. Monastery was rebuilt in the middle of the 14th century. History of the monastery can be tracked back to as far as 3,000 years ago. In Tibet the name of the monastery means Six Peaks due to its topography around. Zezhol is one of the few largest Bon Monasteries existing in Tibet, which still keeps many followers and most complete Bon religious rituals. The monastery still keeps a weird Bon religious tradition - naked group dancing.