Taida Commercial Hotel

No.383 Baiyin Road, Chengguan District, Lanzhou, Gansu, 730030, China
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Is theTibet travel permit inough to entry to Lanzhou?

by 2004me

we will be coming back from Lhasa by train and will get off at Lanzhou. And we planning to take a train to Tashkent.We plan to get Tibet Travel permit.Is the Tibet travel permit inough to entry to Lanzhou?

Re: Is theTibet travel permit inough to entry to Lanzhou?

by davidchow

lanzhou is not in Tibet. so you do not need any permit there

Re: Is theTibet travel permit inough to entry to Lanzhou?

by ellyse

You and whoever else is on the group visa (from Nepal, presumably) will have a certain number of days to leave China by, typically 21 days after entry but I'm not sure if my information is up-to-date. The group visa will cover you for Lanzhou and your trip out to Tashkent.

Re: Is theTibet travel permit inough to entry to Lanzhou?

by 2004me

Thanks.we don't have china visa.First we come to India and then Tibet.Is it possible to get china visa on arrive l? Or border?

Re: Is theTibet travel permit inough to entry to Lanzhou?

by ellyse

First off, there's NO open land border between India and Tibet Autonomous Region, or anywhere in mainland China. You'll have to go through Nepal.
When you go through Nepal, you'll most probably have to get a group visa for Tibet Autonomous Region from a tour agency (no visa-on-arrival at the border!) which will cover your group-mates in mainland China as long as it doesn't expire. All of you will have to exit the country together.

Travel Tips for Lanzhou

Some good things with tiles

by mke1963

Many visitors to China quickly get exasperated with the use of tiles on every single built surface, with much of China looking like the inside of a public toilet. Except for the public toilets which are bare concrete.

But the use of tiles everywhere does sometimes bring some good municipal artwork, with local themes and icons depicted in huge mosaic murals. In Gansu, the apsara legends, from the Mogao Caves at Dunhuang and Matisi, are frequently the subject of these murals which can be seen in many places, including Dunhuang, at Liuyuan station (the current Dunhuang railway station) and in Lanzhou.

One of my favourites is the mural on the building right next to the Lanzhou Feitian Hotel, adorning the side of a building full of karaoke bars and restaurants. Even despite the profusion of neon lights, the mural remains poised and elegant.

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