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Speaking of Tibet, in many people’s mind, it is famous as The Roof of the World. Traditionally considered to be the sacred and purified highland, Tibet domestically is also known widely as the area of mystery and Buddhism. Chinese people, especially the local living in the low-altitude are mostly eager to take a special visit to this half-wild destination, however, majority of them do not dare to make their dream come true owing to the fear to the altitude stress and many unknown obstacles on the way to the spiritual paradise. Even some weak people never take Tibet travel into consideration. This is quite unreasonable! In fact, it is just a part of China, a relatively higher land in the world, and also many people today and over the past have been to there or settled down there. Moreover, many of today’s citizens belong to Han people immigrating from surrounding regions, especially Sichuan. In a word, the fear to Tibet equates the lack of self-confidence. Tibet is not the fear but the impressive tourist destination featuring the Buddhist tradition and unique lifestyle.
The List of Altitudes of Main City or Town in Tibet
The altitudes of cities and towns in Tibet generally are lower than surrounding areas, Lhasa has an average altitude of 3600 meters, Dingri has an average altitude of 4300 meters, but many famous and must-see tourist attractions have a higher altitude like the Mount Qomolangma Camp, which has more than 5500 meters above sea level on average. So it is quite necessary to take notice of the influence of high altitude disease.
How to Prevent High Altitude Disease in Tibet