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The air temperature in Tibet can change very quickly with a passing cloud and the coming of the night. A flexible system of ‘layered’ clothing is recommended: thermal underwear, cotton shirts, a warm pullover and windproof jacket, and some light rain-gear, as well as a sun-hat and a scarf or face-mask to ward off the dust. For overland travel or trekking, strong but lightweight walking boots are useful, and gloves, woolen hats and thick socks all have their place. For the hot springs, people may want to bring swimwear. A rucksack is indispensable for trekking and many people will find their own down jacket and sleeping bag a great asset.

Apart from the larger tourist hotels, no laundry or dry-cleaning service is available. If you wish to avoid the so-it-yourself option, it is sometimes possible to come to a private arrangement for laundry services with local guesthouse attendants.

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