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Bhutan

Ancient history of Punakha Dzong

Punakha Dzong, also known as Pungtang Dewa chhenbi Phodrang means “the palace of great happiness or bliss”. It is the administrative centre 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 […]

What to do when boredom hits you while backpacking

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 […]

Eight things to taste in Bhutan

Here are some must-eat things in the happy nation of Bhutan. 1. Ema-datshi Ema-datshi 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 are […]

Young lamas from Bhutan

Ten reasons to travel to Bhutan

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. 1. You don’t need a visa Bhutan is one of the very few countries that as an […]

Sri Lanka backpacking

Ten tlow trips ideal for your anniversary

With the boom in travel over the last few years we a tlow have modified a few of our trips to help make your holiday a lot more enriching. Here are 10 of them: 1. Bhandardara camping This might sound rather odd but yes, our campsite at Bhandardara is an ideal place for those on […]

10 facts about Haa Valley, Bhutan

Haa District is one of the 20 dzongkhag or districts comprising Bhutan. As per the 2005 census, the population of Haa dzongkhag was 11,648, making it the second least populated dzongkhag in Bhutan after Gasa. The dominant language of the district is Dzongkha, the national language.  Haa Valley, a steep north-south valley with a narrow […]

Punakha farm land

Former capital where Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu merge: Punakha, Bhutan

Punakha is an important Himalayan town in the western province of Bhutan and is situated at an altitude of around 3,900 feet above sea level (1,200 m). Punakha was the former capital of Bhutan until 1955 when it was moved to Thimphu which is the current capital of the country.   To reach Punakha, the […]

Streets of Thimphu

9 facts about Thimphu, Bhutan

The capital of Thimphu is a must-visit place while on your holiday in Bhutan. #1.One interesting fact about Thimphu is that it is the only capital in the world, without any traffic lights. For the most part of its history, Bhutan has tried consciously to save its culture from the blunt influences of modernity. #2.Thimphu […]

Night street vibe in Bhutan

The Gateway to Bhutan: Phuentsholing, Bhutan

Phuentsholing is a thriving cross border trade town in Bhutan. It is the gateway to Bhutan via India. The border town of Jaigaon in West Bengal is the link between the two. Phuentsholing is situated at an altitude of 971 feet above sea-level (293 metres) and is a must-stop for all those seeking a permit […]

Home to the airport and Tiger’s Nest: Paro, Bhutan

Paro is a small Himalayan town in the south-west province of Bhutan which is home to the famous Taktshang or Tiger’s Nest. The town has a population of around 4500 people and is situated at an altitude of around 7,200 feet above sea level which is 2,200 metres. Paro also has the only International Airport […]

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