On the walk back from the dzong to the centre, pop into this hugely atmospheric local temple bursting with local character.
The main reason to make the 20-minute climb to the top of the Gyantse Dzong is for the fabulous views of the Pelkor Chöde Monastery and...
The traditional village of Tsechen is located about 5km northwest of Gyantse and is a nice detour en route to Shigatse. A small...
This Nepali-run place (a branch of Tashi in Shigatse) whips up tasty and filling Indian fare. It also has the usual range of Western...
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Gyantse Kitchen information
This local favourite serves Western, Tibetan and Indian favourites, from chicken sizzlers to breakfast pancakes, plus unique fusion dishes like yak pizza. The friendly owner, who may join you for a drink, donates a portion of his income to support poor families in Gyantse.