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Tibetan Hot Pot

Sitting 3,300 metres above sea level, Shangri-La presents an enchanting illustration of Tibetan pastoral life. Away from it all, Shangri-La is a showcase of rustic charm and nature’s wonders, with rushing rivers and lush meadows filled with wildflowers.

It is no surprise that Tibetan cuisine features only the freshest produce and the simplest cooking methods. A much-loved dish, especially in the winter, Tibetan Hotpot is a warm comfort food that features local harvests of fresh herbs and vegetables, nourishing yak meat, fish and more.

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