The Potala Palace, the home of successive Dalai Lamas is in Lhasa
The Jokhang Temple in Lhasa was built in 647 AD by Songtsen Gampo and is one of the holiest sites in Tibet.
The Barkhor Street in Lhasa is a street of traditional Tibetan buildings that encompasses the Jokhang Temple.
The ‘Summer Palace of the Dalai Lama is located in Lhasa, about 1km south of the Potala.
Samye Monastery – constructed in 779AD, Samye was the first Buddhist Monastery established in Tibet, and is located near Dranang, Shannan Prefecture, 150 km south-east of Lhasa.
Namtso lake -it is highest salt water lake in the world with altitude of 4,700m, it is about 250km north-west of Lhasa and offers great plateau beauty of the lake and amazing snow capped Thangula range in the north, summer time, nomads family camps can be seen along the route.
Tashilhunpo Monastery, the traditional seat of the Panchen Lamas. It was constructed in 1447 and is located in Xigatse.
The Rongbuk Monastery, one of the highest monasteries in the world, from which the view of the Mt. Everest is just amazing.