Welcome to a unique experience!
- Assemble at Changi Airport for departure
- Check in hotel
- Acclimate for the altitude. We will take the Qinghai – Tibet train whole day to Xi’ning.
- The route: Lhasa – Damxung – Nagqu – Amdo – Tuotuo River - Gelmud - Xi’ning.
- Arrive at Xi’ning on the next day.
- On train (4 pax / cabin, no single room apply on the train).
Lunch Own Expenses in the Train
Dinner Own Expenses in the Train
- Arrive in Xi’ning, drive past Sun and Moon Hill, Sun Pavilion, Moon Pavilion, Inverted River.
- Kumbum (Ta’er) Monastery – one of the six great monasteries of the Geauga sect of Tibetan Buddhism
- Qinghai Lake (electric car ride included).
- Rape flowers blossom in every July to August.
Breakfast Own Expenses in the Train
- Head to Zhangye.
- Through Osaka Mountain, drive past Mt. Qilian.
- Giant Buddhist Temple – the unique remaining Tangut Buddhist Temple.
Dinner Ganzhou Pork Ribs Cuisine
- Mogao Grottoes (eco-bus ride included).
- Watch a movie introducing the history of Mogao Caves (est. 20 minutes).
- A worth seeing dome movie on “Fantasy Buddhist Temple” which was filmed with an introduction of the 7 caves that were not open frequently using high definition (est. 20 minutes).
- Head to Liuyuan, take high speed train to Turpan.
- Flaming Mountains.
- Jiaohe Ancient City (electric car ride included).
Dinner Xinjiang Roasted Whole Lamb Cuisine (arrange whole lamb above 16 pax group)
We hope that you have had an enjoyable vacation with Dynasty Travel and look forward to bring you to your next holiday destination!
- Tour sequence, hotels and meals are subject to change with / without prior notice.
- In the event of any discrepancies between the English and Chinese itineraries, please refer to the Chinese itinerary for accuracy.
- Passengers with high blood pressure or heart health problems and elderly are advisable to consult doctor before joining tour.
- Diplomats and reporters will need special arrangement for the Tibet Entry Permit.
- The facilities and meals offered at Tibet highland are simpler and may not be compared with developed city in China. Based on safety considerations, Tibet does not provide drinks.