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October 2019

Tibet is one of the most important autonomous regions lying in the southwest of China, Tibet is sharing a border of 1,238 kilometers with Nepal. From the Lipulekh Pass in the west to the Jiangshang Mountain in the east, the border line between Tibet and Nepal stretch along the Himalaya Mountain ranges, passing through the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest. There are 6 border crossings existing between Nepal and Tibet, namely, Pulan, Lizi, Gyirong, Zhangmu, Riwu, Chengtang. Among these, three ports (Pulan, Gyirong and Zhangmu) are designated as international ports, while the rest are only designated for bilateral...

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Traveling from Kathmandu in Nepal to Ngari in western Tibet for the Kailash Manasarovar Yatra can be done in one of three ways: by flights, by overland travel, and by helicopter from Simikot. Each of these different travel options has its pros, as well as its cons, and the best way to travel is different for everyone, depending on their own requirement considering budget and time. For most people traveling to Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar from Nepal’s exotic capital, the best way is to travel overland to Kailash from Lhasa, after a short flight over the Himalayas between Kathmandu...

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