Peach blossoms bloom in ancient Tibetan Temple

Pabongka  means “Palace on a Big Stone” in Tibetan language. It is an ancient monastery building sitting on a huge rock about 10 kilometers north of Lhasa, Tibet. Due to the altitude, the peach trees surrounding the Temple enter full bloom period in April every year, presenting a beautiful scene of “when the flowers are decaying in the plain, nowhere else but in the mountain monastery is the peach blossoming”. Come and enjoy the flowers!