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Flights & Trains to Tibet

International Flights

Ex Kathmandu:
Air China operates the only international flight between Lhasa and Kathmandu on Saturdays and Tuesdays in Low season and 4 flights in week from April to June and sometime daily flights from June to September (high seasons). As the tourist season slows in Tibet during winter, the flight remains suspended from November till the end of March. This is approximately one hour long Trans Himalayan flight rewarding you with the views of Mount Everest and other majestic 8 thou sanders. If you choose to fly from Kathmandu, you are required to do your Chinese visa in Kathmandu.

Ex Hong Kong:
Hong Kong does not have direct flight to Lhasa but its nearest Chinese city-Guagzhou has two flights a week to and out of Lhasa. So, you can first fly to Guagzhou and connect fly to Lhasa. Hong Kong is also connected by air with Chengdu is Sichuan Province and from the latter, there are everyday 2 or 3 flights to Lhasa.

Ex Bangkok:
You can fly to Lhasa via Chengdu. You can make the same day connection or you can stay a day or two in Chengdu exploring the Panda Reserve and other highlights.

Internal Flights:
Tibet’s capital city Lhasa is connected by air with Chinese mainland cities Beijing, Chengdu, Chongqing, Xining, Chamdo, Xian, Zhongdian and Guangzhou.

By Train:
Now, you can travel Tibet by train from major cities of China such as Beijing, Shanghai, Xi’an, Lanzhou, Chengdu, Guangzhou and Xining. The 1972 km segment of the railway line that connects Xining of Qinghai with Lhasa is the highest railroad on earth.