7. Tibetan Plateau, Tibet
Also known as the Roof of the World, the Tibetan Plateau is an adventure lover’s abode since it offers rugged terrain and features best enjoyed by people that love the risk and danger of traveling across steep landscapes and harsh climates. A very popular touristic destination, the plateau is home to a number of beautiful monasteries housing hundreds of Buddhist monks. The most famous monastery is called Labrang and is a hub of all festivals associated with Buddhism. Surrounded on all sides with snow capped mountains, the Tibetan Plateau is a picturesque location waiting to be explored further.
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