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Tibet Tourism: thrown off the veil of mystery

Tibet is located in southwestern China. Mid-13th century, officially part of China's Yuan Dynasty territory domain. Although the Chinese regime change several times, regime change, but Tibet has always been under the control of the central government, is an integral part of China.

Today is a jet aircraft, highways, and computer networks as a symbol of the information age. A mysterious world where running out, Tibet is an exception. Because of its geographic isolation, unique topography, the original natural beauty and still little-known folk customs, as well as the beginning of this century, some foreign explorers brought back all the publicity, all this may make people develop a sense of mystery in Tibet.

Tibet's average elevation 4900 m, is the world's highest region, known as the "roof of the world," said. Due to the geographical conditions are different, possession of a large temperature difference between the South Valley and the northern Tibetan Plateau. Mild and rainy south, rain falling between May and September. The north has a continental climate, relatively dry, warm from June to August, the temperature difference between day and night. The best time to travel is March to August. Tibetan history and culture.

Today, tourists can enter Tibet in many ways, they can take the car from Xinjiang, Qinghai, Sichuan or Yunnan to Tibet, you can fly from Beijing, Chengdu or Chongqing to Lasa.

Modern tourists eager to return to nature and appreciate nature.Tibet's vast, sparsely populated, snow-capped mountains, lush forests, rhododendron hillsides, rivers flowing, serene lakes and quiet. There is no pollution in most places, exudes a touch of the original mellow. Where people can to enjoy nature's gift.