Tingri :

Rabzang From South Of TingriGyantse is a small town south west of Lhasa . It is one of the few places where the Chinese have not changed much. Gyantse is known because of its Fortress, the Dzong, a very special building, the Kimbum, and a monastery, the Pelkor Chode. The reason why people build a town there is because of the trade in wool.

Gyantse :

gyantse pelkor choten 1Gyantse is a small town south west of Lhasa . It is one of the few places where the Chinese have not changed much. Gyantse is known because of its Fortress, the Dzong, a very special building, the Kimbum, and a monastery, the Pelkor Chode. The reason why people build a town there is because of the trade in wool.

Tsedang :

Tsethang 1Tsetang (Zetang) is the birthplace of earliest Tibetans and the political and economical centre of Shangnan prefecture. It sits on the south bank in the middle section of the Yarlung Tsangbo River with a moderate climate at an altitude of 3,600 meters.The nearby Yarlung River scenic area is a national scenic park with Samye Monastery,

Shigatse:

tashilunpoShigatse, also Xigatse, means "fertile land" and stands at the junction of the Yarlong Tsangpo and Nyangchu River . It is the second biggest city in Tibet , situated at the altitude of 12,600 ft. It is the famous city for its great Tashilhunpo Monastery – the seat of the Panchen Lama, who is regarded as the reincarnation of the Buddha of Endless Enlightenment.

Lhasa

PotalaThe capital of China ‘s Tibet Autonomous Region, has a history of more than 1,300 years. It is the political, economic, cultural and transport center of the region. Lhasa covers an area of close to 30,000 square km. It has a downtown of 544 square km and a population of 400,000; 140,000 of its people live in the downtown area.