Tibet Museum of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Lhasa
Tibet Museum of Intangible Cultural Heritage (西藏非物质文化遗产博物馆) is located in Lhasa City of Tibet. Tibet intangible cultural heritage museum is located in the south bank of the Lhasa river hill, is the world’s highest intangible museum, is also an important part of Tibetan cultural tourism creative park.
Tibet Intangible Cultural Heritage Museum is the first intangible cultural heritage museum in Tibet. It is jointly funded by Shenzhen Municipal Government and Vanke Group, and constructed by Shenzhen Vanke Company.
The general contractor is China Construction First Bureau. Construction began in Lhasa in September 2016, the main body was completed in March 2018, and a formal delivery ceremony was held in June 2018.
According to the concept of “one museum, one garden”, the Museum of Tibet Intangible Cultural Heritage has a construction area of about 6,000 square meters, and the area of the expo park is about 25,000 square meters.