Situated on the eastern alleys of Bharkhor street . The walk to the nunnery takes you thru the narrow local market place which is pretty impressive and gives you the feel of what if feels to live in lhasa as a local . The smell of juniper and burnt along the street with strong smell of yak butter to lit the butter lamp and the crowd takes you along the kora ( the walk around the bharkhor street . Just few minutes walk from the bharkhor street will take you to this nunnery . Dressing modestly( covering your knees and shoulder) is required and removing your hat while entering the monastery would show your respect to the religion. You can bring your camera but using flash is prohibited . there is a small charge to use your camera inside the monastery. This will just be half an hour to 45 minutes activity once you are wandering around the bharkhor street. You will be able to sight the nuns preparing amulets or butter lamps on a normal day . If you are lucky then you might be able to see the nuns while chanting prayers on a special day or occasion.
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