Tucked away at the northern-eastern borders of India, the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is nature’s only truly surviving gift today. Also known as the last Shangri La on earth, the nation is one of the least developed and most preserved country in the world. The hotels in Bhutan offer quality services in the most ethnic environment that one can hope for. The food is exotic so is the culture. If you think that you are the one blessed to visit the only remaining country in the world almost free of natural exploitation by human race contact us.
Bhutan - Tourist Attractions
The capital of Bhutan Thimphu lies in a sylvan valley, on a hillside on the bank of the river by the same name. One interesting fact about this city is that it is the only world capital without any traffic lights. The city is a storehouse of Bhutanese culture. The Trashi Chhoe Dzong or the fortress of Glorious Religion, and the Memorial Chorten are some of the old sites worth a visit. Among the modern attractions, the School of Arts and Crafts, the Weekend market, the Changlimithang Stadium, and the National Institute of Traditional Medicine are famous.
The town of Paro in western Bhutan also attracts tourists by its scenic locales, its beautiful landscapes, wooded villages and historic buildings. The National Museum, and the famous Taktshang Monastery is located here. The spiritual heartland of Bhutan, Bumthang, is the home to the most important dzongs, temples and palaces. Wangdichholing Palace, the residence of the former king, Ugyen Wangchuk; the temple of Jambey Lhakang, the sacred cave of Kurjey Lhakang; and the largest Bhutanese dzong, Jakar, are located here.
For the lovers of wildlife, the Satkeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Phobjika Valley and the Black Mountain National Park are classic retreats. The wild east of the Bhutanese kingdom, can be explored from Trashigang. Punakha, Wangdue Phodrang and Gangtey Gompa are some of the favorite tourist sites.
Most of the hotels in Bhutan are the symbol of country’s long love with environment and cultural conservation. The hotels have taken inspiration from the local traditions and follows the ethnic motifs. The services also follow the same pattern and provide you a glimpse of Bhutan’s ages-long cultural and historical diversity.
Bhutan Hotel Reservations
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