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InterContinental Lhasa Paradise

Tensin Dan
Concierge Supervisor

Welcome to the InterContinental Lhasa Paradise. I am the Chief Concierge of the hotel. My team and I are delighted to have you staying with us and we are here to ensure that you have an unforgettable experience in InterContinental Lhasa Paradise.

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Did You Know?
  • Tibetan New Year

    Tibetan New Year is the most important festival there. It is an occasion when Tibetan families reunite and expect that the coming year will be a better one. Known as Losar, it starts from the first to the third day of the first Tibetan month. People eat Guthuk (barley crumb food with filling) on New Year's Eve with their families. Eating Guthuk is fun since the barley crumbs are stuffed with a different filling to fool someone in the family. Before dawn on New Year's Day, housewives get their first buckets of water for their homes and prepare breakfast. After breakfast, people dress up to go to monasteries and offer their prayers. People visit their neighborhoods and exchange their Tashi Delek blessings in the first two days. Feast is the theme during the occasion. On the third day, old prayer flags are replaced with new ones.

  • Tibetan Beer

    Tibetan beer is made of barley, has a lighter flavor than a western-type, bottled beer, since they do not use bitter hops.

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