Nightlife Bars in Lhasa
Lhasa is known as one of the most comfortable cities in the world. It is one of the most beautiful and my favorite place in Tibet. Even though I was born near Mount Everest region but I have a deep feeling that Lhasa is my home.
Normally I only recommend the places where Travelers can see the beauties of nature and sightseeing in Tibet but for some Travelers who also would love to find out the Nightlife Bar Zones in Lhasa, today I would like to recommend some of the best places to hang out in Lhasa.
Before a few decades, Nangma became very popular. Nangma is a Tibetan version of disco where we can witness the dancing and drama shows and later dance together, even nowadays they are few Nangma's. One of the most popular Nangma is Jing ma (meaning golden horse) They are few numbers and one of the biggest Jing ma Nangma is Jingma 3rd ( Jingma san hao )
After Nangma, I would like to recommend Travelers the Bars in Lhasa where Travelers can witness young locals and different types of beers from different regions in the world.
They are many cozy bars at the new Bhakor market street, which is located opposite of the Dungcuo Youth hostel. Few of my favorite Bars are Ice Chill, Yak Burger, L Bar, Mask Bar, and Liu se Shidai. They offer Beers from Tibet, Germany, Mexico, Russia and a few others. They also offer western foods and its a great place to meet local Tibetans. There is also a famous Tibetan restaurant known as Po Ba Tsang ( meaning Tibetan house ) Po Ba Tsang offers Tibetan special foods with Tibetan show.
Travelers who would love to know about the night disco, one of the most popular is the Muse disco, located at the western part of town near the Golden Yak.
Most of the nightlife in Tibet are very safe and Tibetans love western Travelers but we highly recommend Travelers to travel with Tour Guide for translation and for safety when you are hanging out in the nightlife in Lhasa especially the disco and Nangma.
Beers in the nightlife in Lhasa cost around 4 - 8 US Dollar per each. They accept Chinese Renminbi, which is the main currency in Tibet.
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