A Complete Guide for a Day Trip to Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Temple
Karbandi monastery Phuentsholing

Facts of Karbandi monastery Phuentsholing Bhutan

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Being the oldest and first monastery, Karbandi Monastery bears Bhutanese architecture which tempts the heart of visitors. Phuentsholing is the small or town of Bhutan and is located in the Western part of Bhutan at a distance of 250km from Thimphu.  This place is famous for its cleanliness, which draws the attention of the travelers. There are many monasteries and…

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Why is Bhutan one of the Happiest country in the world?

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The land of the Thunder Dragon is also known as Shangri-La which means the last reservoir of nature and all the mystery there is that most of the countries have lost to development. In the year 1972, the fourth king of Bhutan, King Jigme Singye Wangchuk declared that Gross National Happiness is more important than Gross Domestic Product. The concept…

Top Fun Filled Exciting Things to do for kids in Bhutan

Top Fun Filled Exciting Things to do for kids in Bhutan

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If you are planning to visit the land of mysticism and enchantment with your kids it is probably the best idea you have made as because your kids will experience something new and fresh as the culture of Bhutan is quite traditionally ancient. Bhutan is known to be the last kingdom of Buddhism. The country has been allowing spiritual developments…

15 Tips for a Tour of a Lifetime in Bhutan for newly married honeymoon Couples
Postal-Museum

A complete guide to the facts of Bhutan Postal Museum

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Bhutan is a country known by mystical names such as ‘the Last Shangri-la’, and ‘the land of the Thunder Dragon’. Bhutan is a unique country both culturally and environmentally. For the Bhutanese people, the gross national happiness is more important than the gross domestic product hence Bhutan is also known to be the happiest country in the world. Thimphu which…

delicious street food of Bhutan one should try out

9 delicious street food of Bhutan one should try out.

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The Bhutanese people love spicy food. Chilies are the most valuable vegetables in Bhutan. Dried or fresh red and green chilies are used to spice up almost all the traditional Bhutanese dishes which is exactly why when you are in Bhutan you should definitely try the national dish of Ema Datshi consisting of chili cooked in cheese.There are numerous variations…

Bhutan for senioe citizen

Once in a lifetime Bhutan tour for Senior citizens

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Bhutan is the pilgrim’s paradise. The last Buddhist kingdom is one of the safest countries to travel in the world, where Buddhism is not a religion but a way of life. Even though the number of tourists entering in Bhutan is limited due to its policy of “low impact and high value” Bhutan anticipates both solo and group, young and…

Why is Bhutan called the last Shangri La?

Why is Bhutan called the last Shangri La?

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What exactly is a Shangri la? The word Shangri la became well known after the book Lost Horizon was made into a movie in 1937, after which the word became quite a catch. The movie shows a group of westerners who board a plane which is unfortunately hijacked and it crash-landed in a remote area in the Himalayan Mountains. They…

5 enchanting places to visit around Trongsa, Bhutan.

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The place is known as the Vanguard of the Warriors and it was one of the most important kingdoms in the early days due to its strategic location. Trongsa also has an impressive museum. The Watchtower of Trongsa has been converted into a museum dedicated to the Wangchuck dynasty; it is definitely an awesome place to learn about the history…