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      KLM launches scheduled service to Chengdu, China.

      KLM will be launching a scheduled service between Amsterdam and Chengdu in Central China effective May 28, 2006. The new roundtrip flight will be operated twice weekly.
       
      AMSTELVEEN, January 24, 2006 ¨C KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will launch scheduled service between Amsterdam and Chengdu in central China effective May 28, 2006. The new roundtrip flight will operate twice weekly using a Boeing 777-200ER. The service is in cooperation with partner China Southern.

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      Flights info (into/outside of Lhasa)

      There are lots of flights in and out of Lhasa. Here below is the timetable.

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      Timetable & ticket prices for trains into and out of Tibet

      ***Beijing West-Lhasa
      Train T27 will start from Beijing West Railway Station at 21:30 and arrive at Lhasa Railway Station at 20:00 on the third day after 46 hours and 30 minutes' running.
      Train T28 will depart from Lhasa Railway Station at 8:00 am. and arrive in Beijing west at 7:34 am. on the third day with a 48-hour-trip.

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      Why Tibet(Tibet highlights info)

      Whether you are drawn to Tibet for its natural surroundings or culture you will have a diverse experience with lots of extremes. Treks and expeditions encounter mountains, lakes, plains, glaciers, grasslands and more. Tibet's cultural philosophy, religion, and spiritualism can be found in contact with native people and their arts. Architecture, rug weaving, Thangka painting, metal work, butter sculpture, sand mandalas, textiles and jewelry are just few things to be sampled.

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      ABC to Qinghai-Tibet Railway

      Qinghai-Tibet Railway is the world's highest railway. Some 960 kilometers of its tracks are located 4,000 meters above sea level and the highest point is 5,072 meters, at least 200 meters higher than the Peruvian railway in the Andes, which was formerly the world's most elevated track.

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      Tibet Temperatures

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      History Of Bhutan

      Till well into the 17th Century, Bhutan was split up into small independent principalities. After the arrival of Buddhism, during the seventh century, the various Buddhist schools began sharing the power in the country with the old aristocratic families.

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