Tibet is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting from A to B is a breeze. Be sure give yourself enough time to tour the numerous scenic and cultural wonders this region offers.
Tibet features some important monasteries and other sites of spiritual importance, perfect places to get a taste of the region's spiritual side.
Take advantage of the wisdom of the locals and take one of the guided nature walks. If the weather is good while you are here, make the most of local water activities. Canoeing and rafting are just two ways the locals like to cool off here.
There's no nicer way to get the core of the place you are traveling through than sampling the local produce. There are lots of special dishes here. Check out tingmo (steamed bun) or thenthuk (noodle soup).
Before you set off on your special holiday, do as the smart travelers do and practice a selection of useful lines in Mandarin. Learning to use just a few practical words and phrases like "Nǐ yào bú yào gēn wǒ tiàowǔ", which means "Would you like todance with me?", will be sure to make your vacation more memorable. "This gentleman/lady will pay for everything" is another good one know, so learn to pronounce "Zhèiwèi xiānsheng huì qīngdān"
When the time is right to head off and say "Zàijiàn" to Bangda, you'll take with you plenty of great memories and photos.