Built in 1637, Punakha Dzong (pronounced zong) is one of the treasured heritage landmarks in Bhutan and was the location of the King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck's marriage ceremony in 2011. A dzong differs from a monastery in that it serves as ... CNN, 2 weeks ago
A view of the city of Paro at 5.30 am, shot at Nak Sel Spa and resort Silence is my companion as I gaze into towering green mountains. As I look up I see a clear blue sky with white cotton clouds. I look below into a crystal clear stream. As a gust of wind ...Asian Age, 3 days ago
A view of the spectacular Tiger's Nest Monastery also known as Taktsang Goemba As the Druk Air flight glides into the pure mountain air, the pilot announces, Passengers sitting on the left side of the flight, look out of the window and you will ...Deccan Chronicle, 4 days ago
On the roof of the world, at the foot of Himalayas — By , August 03, 2014 12:00 am It is a land of clean air, fresh winds, picturesque mountains, lush green landscapes and a thousand rivers plunging through mountain passes, bringing natural ...The Freepress Journal, 2 weeks ago
Dr Haran reflects on her stay in Bhutan as she readies to bid farewell I woke up with a start as I heard somebody say: Five-Alpha close to my ears. I realised Id been daydreaming, while sitting on my rocker on a lazy weekend afternoon. Seat ...Kuensel Online, 1 month ago
The snazzy Drukair plane slides through what seems to be a narrow gap between the green mountains and comes to a halt in front of the quaint terminal at Paro Airport, Bhutan. Smiling officials wave at us past their desks, for Indians are favoured ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
&Beyond's Mountain Peaks and Monastaries offers seven days and six nights in one of the last remaining great Himalayan kingdoms, Bhutan. Enigmatic and shrouded in myth, Bhutan is filled with tangible examples of its extraordinary culture, from ...EGlobal Travel Media, 2 months ago
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