View from the Train Chongqing – Lhasa

An incredible view of Tibetan mountains and plateau captured from the train’s window.

We’ve been on the train from Chongqing to Lhasa for 46 hours. What better way to use the time than to talk to fellow travelers and locals, and take pictures of the changing landscapes outside? Well, we believe this is the best way and that’s what we’ve been doing all this while.

Check out the photos we captured and let us know what you think about them in the comments.


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Cez Krol
Cez Krol
I’m always positive and never bored – there’s just so much more to see and experience! I began my journey around the world in 2011 with just $400 and one-way ticket to Asia. Still going and blogging today. You can typically spot me working on a laptop or rock climbing.
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1 thought on “View from the Train Chongqing – Lhasa”

  1. Hi Cez,

    Simply awesome landscape shots. We’ve always wanted to make our way to Tibet.

    46 hours?? Seriously? Epic epic stuff, because I thought the 17 hour train ride we took from HCM/Saigon to Danang in Vietnam was a bit too much, as we were stir crazy by the time we hopped off.

    Keep up the great work guys!


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