Lhasa by Night

Lhasa by Night

surprisingly modern, clean and illuminated at night but also quiet

Location: 

西藏金水商贸有限公司

Duration: 

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Lhasa by Night: surprisingly modern, clean and illuminated 
  2. Shopping: many possibilities, street markets, and modern malls
  3. Restaurants and cafes close too early, I have not seen any nightlife
  4. Mobile Shops: it's impossible to get a SIM card for foreigners!
  5. Saying goodbye to Tibetinfo-icon after a few short days...

Image sources

  1. Main road in Lhasa
  2. Golden Bull near Barkhor
  3. Potala Palace at night
  4. Shop under construction
  5. One of many mobile stores

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