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Tibet Sights

Palha Lupuk Temple (Pàlālüfü Shíkü Si)

  • On a small street opposite the western end of the Potala Palace
  • Lhasa
  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Updated 03/05/2013

Fodor's Review

Religious rock paintings dating from as early as the 7th century can be seen at this grotto-style temple. On the third floor you'll find an entrance to a cave with sculptures carved into the granite walls, mostly by Nepalese artists more than a millennium ago. Very few tourists visit, so if you're looking to escape the crowds, head here.

Sight Information

Address:

On a small street opposite the western end of the Potala Palace, south face of Iron Mountain, Lhasa, 850000, Tibet

Sight Details:

  • Y20
  • Daily 9–8

Updated 03/05/2013

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