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Paro is an historic town with many sacred sites and historical places scattered around its valley. Paro is also home to the airport which is the sole international airport of Bhutan. It’s located west to the capital of Thimphu in Bhutan. Hike to the Tiger’s Nest The famed Taktsang monastery also known as the tiger’s...
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Thimphu is the largest city in the Kingdom of Bhutan. In 1961, Thimphu officially became the capital of Bhutan when it replaced Punakha which was considered the ancient capital. The culture of Bhutan is fully reflected in Thimphu and to experience Bhutan culture, we have come up with a list of things to do in...
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There are several things for tourists to do and experience in the long lost ancient capital of Bhutan – Punakha. The list of things to do in Punakha will embark you on an epic journey which will make you fall in love with Bhutan. 1. River rafting in Pho-Chhu river Most of the rivers in...
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Punakha is the administrative center of Punakha dzongkhag which is one of  Bhutan’s 20 districts. Punakha was the capital of Bhutan until 1955, after which Thimphu was named the new capital of Bhutan. 1. Climatic conditions It is about 72 km away from Thimphu. The climate is quite warm in winter and hot in summer...
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Paro Taktsang is also known as the Taktsang Palphug Monastery or the Tiger’s Nest. It is a temple located on the cliff-side of the upper Paro Valley which is considered amongst one of the most prominent city’s in Bhutan. This temple was built in 1692, around the Taktsang Senge Samdupcave where Guru Padmasambhava is said...
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Punakha, the former capital of Bhutan has travellers visiting from all parts of the world to witness it’s natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. Punakha Valley is famous in Bhutan for rice farming and the Punakha suspension bridge which is the longest suspension bridge in Bhutan. Punakha suspension bridge connects the dzong with the village...
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Punakha Dzong, also known as Pungtang Dewa chhenbi Phodrang means “the palace of great happiness or bliss”. It is the administrative center of Punakha District in Punakha, Bhutan. Constructed by Ngawang Namgyal in the year 1637–38 it is the second oldest and second largest dzong in the country which is considered as one of the...
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So while you’re backpacking, it’s usual to hit times when you’re bored of roaming around. That’s when the list of things below will help you use that time more constructively and be more productive. Pen down your bucket list We all have a mental checklist or a virtual one on our phone of things we...
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Here are some must eat things in the happy nation of Bhutan. 1. Ema-datsi is among one of the famous dishes in Bhutan and is also consider the national dish. Ema means chili. Different type of chilies are used like green, red and white (green chili washed in hot water and sun dried). The chilies...
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Bhutan, the world’s happiest country is also one of the few countries where Indians can travel without any hassle. If you haven’t been to the Buddhist kingdom, here are some reasons why you should plan a trip soon. You don’t need a visa Bhutan is one of the very few countries that as an Indian...
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