Subsistence agriculture might have taken over Tibet’s economy, but this Asian plateau region’s tourism industry is certainly starting to flourish as much as this country’s neighboring nations.

 

 

Aside from the wonderfully-made handicrafts in Tibet, such as carpets, hats, rugs, jewelry pieces, fabrics, wooden products, quilts and clothes, this nation, most especially its traditional culture, promises a completely different experience to any type of traveler. 
 
Just like how JLSpradlin describes his Tibetan encounter during his five-day stay in the region, a mixture of emotions has surprisingly taken him aback. He shares,
 
 
I wanted to attempt to mimic through these images and sounds how beautifully strange of an experience it was. In some ways, it was breath taking. In other ways, I felt tension and anxiety. Many months later and I still don't completely know how I feel about it.

 

So don't hesitate to start planning your trip to Tibet now!

I want to go to Tibet

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