Norbulingka is a palace and surrounding park in Lhasa, Tibet, which has a lot of relics and treasures remained. As a huge and exquisite park of Tibet, there are more than 300 rooms in it. Norbulingka has a beautiful scenery surrounded by various types and numbers of plants and flowers, which is like a wondering place of the earth.
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Baby garden, summer resort - Summer Palace Norbulingka
Potala Palace has a good reputation, Norbulingka should theoretically have a corresponding position, the Potala Palace is the Winter Palace, and Norbulingka is Summer Palace ~ the difference is that the Potala Palace may need more patience, from ticket purchase to visit, and Norbulingka, you need to prepare a calm, spend 3 or 4 hours to travel all the time Zhang, listening to each story ~
Summer Palace Norbulingka visit time is of course summer, tree-lined, flowers bloom, white wall red top, peak season tickets 60, if you want to walk with your own mood Stop and stop, without sticking to the fixed route of the tour guide, you can rent a commentator at the door for 20 yuan, the position will be automatically played, and you will not miss the visit~ The Norbulingka is mainly composed of Gesangpo, the golden chapter And Dadeng Mingjiuzhang composition ~ some Chinese garden design (unfortunately has been run down), there are Philips custom radio, Jiangnan garden Nanmu wall carvings, and India full toilet bathtub, and walk and imagine, the picture also seems Very vivid ~
Norbulingka is a place where the Dalai Lama spent the summer and is a typical Tibetan style garden.
Building a table at a high place, digging a pool at a low place, letting it be natural, taking the scene as a victory. The forests of Norbulingka are densely covered, and among the green trees, the Tibetan-style buildings such as the Lake Palace, the Dragon King Pavilion and the Golden Linka are fascinating. The fresh air and the peaceful environment have a simple and natural taste unique to Tibetan gardens.
At the corner of the temple, you can see some old people in the prayer wheel or in "thinking about life"
Norbulingka tickets are 60 yuan and there are no student tickets.
Locals 5 yuan.
The park is very large, and the time is not a lot of suggestions for sitting in the scenic sightseeing car. 20 yuan a.
Robulingka visitors come here for a commemorative photo.
Robulingka is a place like a park. Its good to go shopping while you are free.
End here, only the last Maggie Ami eats Tibetan food.
Roblinkali's flowers are so much.
is full of Gesang flowers, there are shades everywhere.
Milo Brinka is a national key cultural relics protection unit located in the western suburbs of Lhasa, Tibet. It was built in the 1840s (Dalai VII). It was the place where the Dalai Lama spent the summer and was a typical Tibetan style garden. After more than 200 years of expansion, the park covers an area of 360,000 square meters. There are more than 100 species of plants in the park, not only the common flowers and trees in the Lhasa area, but also the exotic flowers and plants from the north and south of the Himalayas, as well as from the mainland. The precious flowers that are transplanted or imported from abroad are called the Plateau Botanical Garden. The building is dominated by Gesangpo, Golden Pagoda and Dadeng Mingjiuzhang. There are 374 rooms in the building. It is the largest, best-viewed and most ancient garden in Tibet. Norbulingka means that the baby garden
has been turned into a people's park. It is also said that the Norbulingka is composed of "a water tower, two rows of craft shops, and several palaces around the zoo."
Roblinka has doors on all sides and the east is the main entrance. Kangsongsi is the most striking frontal loft. It was originally a small Chinese wooden pavilion. It was later renovated into a viewing theater. The east side has also added an open space for performances, specially for the Dalai Lama to watch the opera. Next to it is Xia Budian Lacan, a place for religious etiquette.