Tibet is a holiday destination adorned with rich cultural, religious and educational values. It welcomes people of all ages and backgrounds, including students who are seeking for a fun, educational and affordable travel plan. Students with a tight budget can enjoy a trip to Tibet and experience firsthand all the wonderful things of Tibet that they cannot get from books and video recordings. This includes the local culture, history, religion, architecture and landscape. Religious and Cultural Landmarks in Lhasa
Tibetan Buddhism landmarks are famous for their cultural and religious values. They can be found everywhere in Tibet, but if you are tight on both time and money, you can stick to Lhasa. Visit to a Tibetan Family's House
You can respectfully visit a Tibetan family's house in Lhasa. Here, you can get firsthand experience of the local Tibetan lifestyle. You can converse with the Tibetan family about Tibet and your visit, as well as learn how to make Tibetan joss stick, Tibetan porcelain, thangka and Tibetan snacks. You can also learn how Tibetans turn yak dung into fuel that is arguably dirtier but cheaper than coal. The activities differ according to the season of your visit, but they are all educational and can be enjoyed together with friends.
Tibet University is the largest university in Tibet. One of its two locations is in Lhasa, where it has four campuses. Here, you can explore Tibetan university life and have informative discussions with the students and teachers of Tibet University. The university is well known for its Tibetan Studies department and focuses mainly on Tibetan local communities and cultures. You can spend several hours here to get an immersive learning experience about the wonderful Roof of the World.
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