Tibetan Culture Dew
This central temple's two small halls built around a colourful central courtyard were rebuilt recently but have roots dating back to 1652.
Looming over Kāngdìng on the lower slopes of Pǎomǎ Shān, above the three main halls of the temple is a path that leads on to several...
Pǎomǎ Shān is the famed mountain of the 'Kāngdìng Qíng Gē' ('Kangding Love Song'), one of China's most enduring folk songs, and will...
While this lively restaurant/bar overlooking People's Sq is a solid choice for a tea during the daylight hours, it truly comes into its...
A solid late-night option, with the speciality here ma’gē miàn (麻哥面) – house noodles topped with a spicy mince-meat sauce in small (一两;...
Tibetan Culture Dew information
Hang out with the yak-butter-tea-sipping locals at this lovely teahouse/restaurant with a rustic stone-and-wood interior decorated with colourful Tibetan prayer flags. There are all sorts of tea if you don't like the yak-butter variety, plus coffee and beer. The English menu is limited, but includes tsampa, Tibetan yoghurt, a few yak-meat dishes and some delicious dumplings.