Tsedang, the capital of Lhokha Prefecture, is reputed as "the cradle of Tibetan Civilization", and located at the middle and lower reaches of Yarlung Zangbo River. As the birthplace of earliest Tibetans, it enjoys a comparatively mild climate and vast fertile land. A field in the village near Tsedang Town is said to be the first farming field in Tibet.
Tsedang boasts a combination of natural and cultural scenery. Spectacular ranges, beautiful lakes, numerous springs and peaceful river valleys constitute its featured landscapes. Famous tourist sights in this area include the first monastery in Tibet—Samye Monastery, the first palace in Tibet—Yungbulakhang, one of the three holy lakes in Tibet—Yamdrok-Tso, burial site of Tibetan Kings, Trandruk Monastery, Samding Monastery…
Tsedang tourist attractions consist of both cultural and natural sights offering tourists insights into "the cradle of Tibetan Civilization", the specutacular landscapes on birthplace of Tibetan people.
Tsedang travel advice offers tourists all aspects of travel tips to Tsedang, like the best travel time, dinning, accommodation, transportation, shopping, currency exchange, trekking and so on.
Dining in Tsedang tells tourists what to eat in Tsedang. Different from the rest of Tibet, food in Tsedang is dominated by Sichuan cuisine. The Sichuan cuisine restaurants can be seen everywhere.
Although hotels in Tsedang are a kind of limit, they still provide a wide choice for travellers, from starred hotels to simple tent guest houses. Currently, there is no 5-star hotels in the whole area.
Lhokha maps and prefecture gives tourists an overview of Lhokha. In this case, tourists can get a clear idea about where they are and where they want to go in the oldest city of Tibet.
Photos of Tsedang is a collection of pictures reflecting Tsedang people's daily life, Tsedang city scape, Tsedang's landscape and landmarks, as well as carefully selected tourists' pictures.