Tibet used to be the mysterious, legendary and unknown Roof of the World, hidden and almost unreachable behind the highest mountains in the world can be easily reached today from Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal to Lhasa. Now as the iron-gate has recently flung opened to the out side world to unveil the secrecy of this mesmerizing question to the limited extend, the enthusiast travelers can’t resist their temptation of rushing there to catch the glimpse of this wonderful lonely planet just to heap up their own way of understandings and extract the pleasure that store in adventurous spirit.
Official language(s) Tibetan
Religions: predominantly Tibetan buddhism; Bon; Islam; Christianity.
Ethnic Groups Se, Mu, Dong, Tong, Dru, Ra, Bai people, Blang, Bonan, Dongxiang, Han, Hui Chinese, Lhoba, Lisu people, Miao, Mongols, Monguor or Tu people, Menba or Monpa, Mosuo, Nakhi, Qiang, Nu people, Pumi, Salar and Yi people
Total 2.5 million square kilometers
6 million Tibetans and 7.5 million Chinese