Tibet Lhasa's one-week short tour is very suitable for the Nepal Tibet combine tour. It would be best to visit Kathmandu for at least two days before the Tibet tour. This short Tibet tour covers all three world heritage sites of UNESCO, including Potala Palace, Norbulingka, and Jokhang temple.
Potala Palace was the palace of the 14th Dalai Lama before China invaded it. Now it is a museum and world heritage site. The mount was named the palace. Potala. The 5th Dalai Lama constructed this palace in 1645. The palace measures 400 meters east-west and 350 meters north-south with sloping stone walls. Thirteen-storied palaces have more than a thousand rooms, ten thousand shrines, and two hundred thousand statues. Three central hills, Chokpori, Pongwari, and Marpori, where the Potala Palace is situated, represent the primary protectors of Tibet.
Jakhong temple is a Buddhist temple, one of the world heritage sites of Tibet. The temple is situated on Barkhor Street. Jokhang temple is also known as Qoikang Monastery. Tibetan people believe in the most important and sacred temple this temple. The temple is made in a mixture of Indian vihara style and Tibetan and Nepalese designs. The temple was founded in the period of King Songtsen Gampo. According to tradition, the temple was made for two queens: Wencheng from the ChineseTangg dynasty and Bhrikuti from Nepal. The queens are known as Buddhist female deities, Tara.
Norbulingka is a jeweled park palace surrounding Lhasa. It is a world heritage site of Tibet, which was built in 1755. It was used as the summer residence for Dalai Lamas' from1780s until the 14th Dalai Lama. Norbulingka Palace is situated in the west of Lhasa. The palace considers the enormous artificial human-made garden in Tibet.