Qomo Langzong Hotel
Shigatse, Tibet, China
At a Glance
- Easily accessible and in close proximity to many of Kashgar’s main sights; a good base for exploration
Value for money option with modern rooms
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
Climate is not such a major consideration when visiting Tibet as many people might imagine. For a place nicknamed ‘The Land of Snows’, there’s a surprising lack of snow. The boom in domestic tourism means that Lhasa swells with Chinese tourists in the summer and particularly in the week-long holidays around 1 May and 1 October. Winter is very cold, many restaurants are shut and snow can close mountain passes, but some travellers swear by the winter months. There are few travellers about at this time and Lhasa is crowded with drokpas (nomads). The average temperature in January is -2°C.
Spring, early summer and late autumn are probably the best times to visit Tibet. March is a politically sensitive month in the country and there is occasional tightening of restrictions on travellers heading into Tibet at this time, but the weather’s pretty good. April brings reliable weather in eastern Tibet and discounts on accommodation and vehicle rental in Lhasa. Mt Everest is particularly clear during April and May.
From mid-July through to the end of September the monsoon starts to affect parts of Tibet. (The months of July and August bring half of Tibet’s annual rainfall.) Travel to western Tibet becomes slightly more difficult, due to roads being washed away.
It’s worth trying to time your trip with one of Tibet’s festivals. New Year (Losar) in January or February is an excellent time to be in Lhasa, as is the Saga Dawa festival in April or May.
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An international style hotel in central Kashgar, Yue Xing Jin Jiang Hotel features 323 spacious rooms & suites that provides comfortable stay in this remote corner of Western China.
There are no specific childcare facilities but children are welcome at the hotel.
Qomo Langzong Hotel has an on-site restaurant serving both Chinese-style and western style. For an evening aperitif or a relaxing nightcap, guests can enjoy them at the bar or café in the hotel.
Guests can easily visit Tashi Lhunpo Monastery, just around 10 minutes’ walk away. It is the official seat of Panchen Lama, the second most significant figure in Tibetan Buddhism
Location & directions
Shigatse, Tibet, China
Qomo Langzong Hotel is conveniently located in the centre of Xigatze, Tibet and around 10 minutes’ walk away from Tashi Lhunpo Monastery. It is 40 minutes away from Xigatze airport and 3 hours by train to Lhasa, capital of Tibet.
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