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Travel is my lifestyle.Keeping myself on the road.The fresh experience of mine is Tibetan trip.
These are what i take in my  travel baggage.sharing with you ,maybe it is  
helpful  to you.



Travel Baggage
Clothes
According to the time of year, you’d better take the suitable clothes. In Tibet, the sunshine duration is long and the temperature difference is big. The temperature ranges from 10°C to 25°C during daytime of year, while below 10°C in the night and even below 0°C when visit the lake or mountain.

Regarding the dusty and dirty road out of Lhasa, to dress in black or other heavy color clothes is a good choice. Under warm weather, the long loose lightweight-cotton clothes can help you keep off strong sunshine and mosquito. Swim-suits and shorts is for your rafting or hotspring tour, but monasteries don’t welcome shorts. In winter, try to wear warm.

Step 1: How to DIY My Journey(2)

Regarding the dusty and dirty road out of Lhasa, to dress in black or other heavy color clothes is a good choice. Under warm weather, the long loose lightweight-cotton clothes can help you keep off strong sunshine and mosquito. Swim-suits and shorts is for your rafting or hotspring tour, but monasteries don’t welcome shorts. In winter, try to wear warm.

Step 2: How to DIY My Journey(3)

Following is for your reference when you prepare your clothes baggage.

Long-sleeve shirts and T-shirts are all necessary
Wool or wool mix sweater, a high neck for extra warmth in winter
One windproof/breathable, one fleece, one fast-drying jackets
One pair of loose-fitting wool pants and one pair of light-weight cotton pants
Four or five pairs of cotton underwear
Three or five pairs of socks
Wool or silk Scarves
Wool Gloves
Several handkerchief
Quick-drying sun hat or broad-brimmed straw hat
Two pairs of shoes - comfortable shoes for city tours and mountaineering boots for hiking or trekking
Too short skirts or shorts are not welcomed in Tibet.

Step 3: How to DIY My Journey(4)

Travel Baggage(2)

Others
Journals, books, writing materials for moments
Camera - any camera can capture the most beautiful view of Tibet
Binoculars - for distant birds, wildlife, and mountains.
Money pouch or belt Safer is the best way for keeping your valauable things
Some small souvenir from your place could be your gifts to Tibetan local people
Snack foods such as nuts, chocolates, dried fruit, hard candies, beef jerky and drinks

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