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Bhutan

Seeking a little piece of happiness? It’s time you explore the mighty Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, also famously known as the “Land of Happiness.” With awe-inspiring nature, a strong sense of spirituality and endless smiling faces of friendly people, Bhutan is a perfect destination. It’s time to grab your passport and pack your hiking gear. The happiest place in the world is calling your name!

Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest)
Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest)

You can’t brush off Paro Taktsang, also known as Tiger’s Nest Monastery, when you are visiting Bhutan. Taktsang Monastery, nicknamed Tiger’s Nest, is a Buddhist temple and the most sacred site in Bhutan. It’s built into a steep cliff 3,000 feet above a valley in the Himalayas. It’s one of the most jaw-dropping place in the world. Read More

Paro
Paro

Your Bhutan trip is incomplete without a stop in the charming town of Paro. It has the country’s only international airport, which also happens to be one of the most “dangerous” one. Only 10 pilots in the world are qualified to land at Paro airport in Bhutan. There is something in the air of Paro, a sense of blissful tranquillity and abundant beauty. And the moment you land in this town, the spell is cast upon you. Read More

Thimpu
Thimpu

The beating heart of the country, Thimpu is the capital city of Bhutan. One of the most interesting thing is it is the only capital city in the World that doesn’t have a single traffic light. Instead, a policeman direct the traffic manually here. The city offers a lot of sights and experiences but two of our favourites would be the visit to Jungshi Handmade paper factory and Kuensel phodrang. Paper-making is a skill that has been long nurtured in Bhutan and to expand the old domestic skill for commercial purposes, the Ministry of Trade and Industry established the Jungshi Handmade Paper Factory in 1990. Here, you can get a closer look at all the steps involved in the manufacturing process, from raw material to finished product. Kuensel phodrang, commonly known Buddha Point, it is a massive structure of seating Shakyamuni Buddha The huge 51m-tall steel statue of Buddha Dordenma is one of the largest idols of Buddha in the world. Read More

Dochula Pass
Dochula Pass

Famous for the 108 memorial stupas known as “Druk Wangyal Chortens”, Dochula pass grants you an amazing 360-degree panoramic view of the Himalayas! The 108 memorial stupas were built to honour the victory of the Bhutanese army in the 2003 war of Southern Bhutan. The alpine high pass of Dochula will keep you transfixed! Read More

Punakha
Punakha

Located at a height of 4265 ft., Punakha town is known for the Punakha Dzong, a 17th-century fortress at the confluence of the Pho and Mo Chhu rivers. The Dzong in the background of this confluence makes for a memorable sight. The Punakha Dzong, often referred to as the 'Palace of Happiness or Great Bliss', is the second oldest and second largest dzong in Bhutan. The fortress is celebrated as the fortress where every Bhutanese king has been crowned. Now isn’t that a good enough reason to add to your must-visit list! Read More

Bumthang
Bumthang

Bumthang valley is the religious heartland of the nation and home to some of its oldest Buddhist temples and monasteries. It consists of four main valleys Ura, Chumey, Tang and Choekhor. Some of Bhutan’s oldest and most venerated temples are found in Bumthang, including Jambey Lhakhang. Read More

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