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Mystery Of Tibet 14 Days

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Exploration of China’s culture, including the imperial capital of Beijing, Modern metropolis of Shanghai & Panda land of Chengdu, as well as the highlights of the tour is to bring you to have a lifetime experience on the Holly Roll to the mystical Tibet Lhasa by train.

Are you interested in China’s long history and curious about the mysterious tableland in west China? This trip can satisfy your diversified needs. The Tibet Autonomous Region is known worldwide as the Roof of the world for its average elevation of 4,000 meters above sea level.
Tibet is charming, with its beautiful landscape, brilliant culture, and mysterious folklore. Besides, taking the world’s highest railway is a lifetime experience one can’t miss.

Let’s discover Tibet through one of elaborate tours.

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