Friday, 24 July 2015


"Diving into a raw world where the country’s economy is measured in terms of 
Gross National Happiness (GNH)"

Take a walk alone or with your loved one, you will be startled and mesmerized by the 360 degree views of the valley and snow-crowned Himalayas. The capital city of Bhutan, Thimpu, is irresistibly stunning. Away from modernization, this royal kingdom tigerishly guards its uniqueness.

Thimpu has a fresh and pleasant weather with no imposed traffic signals or noisy roads due to its one-way rule. The exotic hills, river banks, cute wooden style Bhutanese homes with fortress like structures and the absolutely stunning handicraft stores will be ingrained in your memory forever.

World’s largest pocket! Do you know what it is? Well, it is the traditional dress of men in Bhutan known as Gho and women wear beautiful kira’s in bright shades reflecting the culture of Bhutan. You will find all chances to submerge in the Hot Bhutanese chilies, red rice farming, Doma (beetle nut), local archery competition, hand-made coffee, sizzling disc nights where you will go through a cultural shock with the beauties and studs flaunting trendy casual and sexy attires bringing out the craziness in them, unlike their morning formal wears.

Also be prepared to land on one of the most challenging airports in the world! Keep your nerves steady and get mesmerized by the awe-struck beauty of the sensuous Paro valley. Lofty peaks, lush greenery with countless myths and legends, are what you can expect here. Paro is a home to Bhutan’s oldest and ancient monasteries. This is THE perfect tourist destination for anybody who wishes to relax their souls from within. 

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