Tibet is a tourist destination with vast historical and ecological treasures, located in the western section of mainland China. It is on China's southwest boundary, on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, far outside the so-called "classic path." For most individuals, Tibet is a region steeped in mystery, stories, and secrets, and its attraction draws millions of visitors from around the world each year.

Tourism is an important recent sector in Tibet, as there was no such industry earlier to 1951. However, as society and the economy have advanced, the Tibet Tourism Industry has been increasingly significant in the development of the urban economy, society, and culture, among other things, since the 1980s. Tibet Tourism grew at an incredible rate during this time period, taking the lead. It grew to become Tibet's core industry, adding significantly to the growth of the country's economy over time.

With an average elevation of 4,900 meters, Tibet, often known as the Roof of the World, is the highest point on the planet. It is a strange, exotic area that many outsiders dreamed for, located on a plateau north of the  Himalayas. The enormous, quiet land, with its breathtaking scenery and strange religious culture, has captivated travelers since the turn of the century.

The Tibetan Empire arose in the 7th century, but as it fell apart, the region was quickly partitioned into various provinces. The majority of western and central Tibet was sometimes unified, at least officially, under a number of Tibetan governments based in Lhasa, Shigatse or surrounding areas. The eastern regions of Kham and amdo had a more decentralized indigenous political structure, with small principalities and tribal groups divided among them, while also falling more directly under Chinese rule; most of this area was eventually absorbed into the Chinese provinces of Sichuan and Qinghai.

Buddhism is Tibet's major religion. Many people are attracted to it because of their traditions. It is one of the most well-known landmarks on the world. Few people are familiar with this Asian country, which is home to Buddhist monasteries, the massive Himalayan Mountains, hairy yaks, and spectacular scenery.

As a capital of Tibet, Lasha offers many famous and attractive scenic spots such as potala palace, jokhang temple, Barkhor Street, sera monastery and drepung Monastrey. It also includes namsto lake which is very famous for the photographers. Mount kailash and Mount Everest are also the top destination for tourists. Between 2006 and 2010, the number of tourists visiting Tibet increased by 30.6 percent every year, reaching 21.25 million. While total tourism revenue stands at 22.62 billion Yuan, with a 29.8% annual growth rate.