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Komic Monastery

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Komic Monastery

76 Reviews
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* Culture heritage of semi desert Kinnaur and bewitching view of mount Kinner Kailash<br>* Spiti “Little Tibet” and its centenary old Buddhist monasteries<br>* Tribal villages on the Indo-Tibetan border<br>* Stunning landscapes, authentic Tibetan culture, Arid Landscapes and Oases
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Aakash K wrote a review May 2020
New Delhi, India568 contributions8 helpful votes
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This is one of the highest monastery in world. Komic is the highest village inhabited in the world. It offers great views and there is a restraunt too.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Madhurima Darisi wrote a review Dec 2019
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As we reached at the monastery, we could see a few other cars pull up next to us. The chilly air blew and we entered the monastery. However, the monastery was isolated and locked. We explored the monastery, admired the art work and read through the teachings that were put up on the boards. It was just us tourists, at the monastery. After clicking a few pictures, we moved on to the next spot.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Sumana D wrote a review Sep 2019
Guwahati, India93 contributions25 helpful votes
This was my favorite Monastery in Spiti valley. With the quiet calm and nothingness around it, I would absolutely love to spend a night or atleast a part of a day here. Provided, the loud and boisterous tourists don't spoil the mood for you. The difference in tourists visiting Leh and Spiti was so obvious here, as we struggled to take in the view of the lofty peaks, from the veranda of the monastery, and the beauty of the calm interior, amongst all the shouting and selfies of the un-initiated tourist, asking you to move so that they could take their selfies. Oh human beings! Though are so lowly!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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RAJENDRA884 PRASAD wrote a review Jun 2019
Faridabad, India3,052 contributions245 helpful votes
This is the highest village, connected with road and inhabited throughout the year. We reached here in the last week of June, 2018 and were lucky to have seen the monastery, built hundreds of years ago. The scenic beauty is simply breathtaking.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Attul Handoo wrote a review Jun 2019
New Delhi, India143 contributions95 helpful votes
One of the highest villages were there is a postal facility by Govt. of India. Only one tea stall in the village.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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