Tibet is a famous historical region covering much of the Tibetan Plateau in Inner Asia. It is the native land of Tibetan People though some other ethnic groups also inhabit the region like Monpa, Tamang, Qiang, Sherpa and Lhoba. Tibet is probably the highest place on Earth with an average altitude of 4900m. The economy of Tibet is dominated primarily by Subsistence agriculture although, tourism also plays a major part in Tibet’s economy. The main dominant religion in Tibet is Tibetan Buddhism but traces of Tibetan Muslims and Christian Minorities can also be found. Tibet is rich in art and architecture. Ancient Tibetan Empire had left their architecture marvels for whole world to wonder. The art and architecture of Tibetan society represents Chinese, Indian and Buddhist influences. The Budhhist wheel can be seen almost on every Gompa in Tibet. Potala Palace, built in the 17th century is a renowned palace with intricate details and hundreds of rooms and shrines. Mount Kailas is a 6638m high peak in the Kailash range of Tibet which is awe-inspiringly attractive. Lake Manasarovar is an acclaimed sacred alpine lake visited yearly by thousands of pilgrims. Norbulingka is one of the largest manmade garden and 374 room palace from 1755 situated in Tibet. Tashi Lhunpo Monastery is another major attraction which is large Tibetan Buddhist monastery with huge buildings which was built in 1477. There are other countless attractions in Tibet. One just needs a will and determination to visit this place of amazing wonders. If you think you are up to the task, always remember Amazing Nepal Holidays for guided visit to Tibet and its wonders.