Most of the tourists choose to visit Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region in the summer. In winter it is known as “the snow-covered plateau” and boasts a most charming scenery. The Potala Palace covered in snow looks even more divine. The snow-capped Jokhang Temple, a Buddhist temple in the capital city of Lhasa, stands solemn in winter.
Known as “the lesser Switzerland”, Cuogao Lake in Nyingchi, has amazing views against the backdrop of snow-covered mountains. In a word, winter is a good season to visit Tibet, where you can avoid crowds of tourists while also enjoying bathing in the most natural hot springs in the snow-covered plateau.