On the Roof of the World
in West China

Tibet is commonly called the “Roof of the World” as the Tibetan Plateau is over 4.3 kilometres above sea level and is surrounded by imposing mountain ranges that house the world’s two highest summits – Mount Everest and K2.
Part of Greater China, this mystical land with its picture-perfect mountainous vistas, its spirituality and its laidback lifestyle has cast an irresistible spell on all visitors who are fortunate to find their way there.

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