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Khampa Cafe & Arts Center is situated at the square of Tagong, near the monastery. Owners Dorma/Coco and Max are very hospitable and try to help you with everything. And both speak english!. Beside this, Coco is also a very good cook and a nice...More
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Response from AngelaLhagang, Owner at Khampa Nomad Ecolodge and Arts CenterResponded 24 July 2017
Sorry, but this review, though positive, is misplaced! Please give credit as it is due and move it to Khampa Cafe's own listing.
To clear up any confusion for future visitors: Khampa Cafe in Tagong is not related to us, nor do they work with...More
Can't say enough about Angela and her husband Djarga (sp?). We went on an amazing horse and camping trek and afterwards stayed at the Ecolodge. Djarga was our trek guide...it was amazing to watch this man in action...unbelievable survival skills...you know he is in his...More
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Response from AngelaLhagang, Owner at Khampa Nomad Ecolodge and Arts CenterResponded 4 July 2017
Have been one of the cleanest, comfy and good taste decor room i stayed in china. Great view, beatiful surrou dings to go for hikking, relaxing, biking ( they let it use itfor free)
Very good food, the breakfast was so good too
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Response from AngelaLhagang, Owner at Khampa Nomad Ecolodge and Arts CenterResponded 24 June 2017
This review is about Khampa Café located next to the Monastery in the city center of Tagong - not to be confused with "Angela's place" the new business of the previous owner of Khampa Café.
I had read some great reviews of Khampa Café but...More
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Response from AngelaLhagang, Owner at Khampa Nomad Ecolodge and Arts CenterResponded 18 May 2017
Hi - oops! This review is misplaced! We're not related to the current Khampa Cafe in Tagong! Sorry for your trouble there -- I've been disturbed by what I hear too :( Maybe next time come stay with us at the Ecolodge!
We stayed a week in this area outside Tagong on the high plateau. The whole week was arranged almost on the spot by Angela who (along with her husband Djarga) runs the Khampa Nomad Arts Center and EcoLodge. Our time included an amazing three days...More