Bhutan is transforming from ancient world to the modern world, where you will discover men wearing traditional costumes to work and monks transcribing ancient Buddhist texts into computers and traditionally dressed grandparents chat on their mobile phones.
Bhutan is the worlds top travel destinations for the fortunate travelers to explore on the countries hidden culture and unique living standard of life.
This region that spans from 2,600-4,500m is the religious heartland of the nation and home to some of its oldest Buddhist temples and monasteries. Tales of Guru Padmasambhava and the tertons (“religious treasure-discoverers”) still linger in this sacred region. The district is sub-divided into the four blocks of Chokhor, Chumey, Tang and Ura. The valleys are broad and gentle carved by the ancient glaciers. The wide and scenic valleys draws a large number of tourists each year. ..readmore
The Lhuentse Dzong Popularly known as Lhundub Rinchentse: the Dzong was built in 1654 by the Trongsa Penlop Chogyal Minjur Tempa at a site where once stood a small temple built by Nagi Wangchuk in 1552. Built on a hill overlooking the Kurichu, the dzong is today the administrative and the religious centre of the district. The Dzong houses many sacred artifacts that was installed by the 4th Druk Desid Tenzin Rabgay.
Dongdi Dzong is one of the oldest Dzongs to have been built in the region, Dongdi Dzong is located on a small spur flanked by Kholong chu and Dongdi chu. A traditional cantilever bridge over Kholongchu links with the Dzong. It was established sometime in the 8th century by Gongkar Gyalpo, son of Lhasey Tsangma, a Tibetan Prince who sought refuge in Bhutan after his exile from his native country. In the 14th century it was reconstructed by Terton Pema Lingpa and named as Trashiyangtse. The current structure was renovated in the early 1990’s. Today it houses the monk body and a sacred relic is a statue of Avaloketeshvara that was offered as a relic or nangten by the deity of the river.
Although built in the 1930s and one of Bhutan’s newest dzongs, it is constructed in the same way as all earlier dzongs, without plans or nails. However unlike the earlier Dzongs, that are located in strategic positions, Mongar Dzong is located on a small gentle slopy area just above the town. A visit to Mongar Dzong shows one how traditional Bhutanese architecture has continued to thrive through the centuries.
Trashigang Dzong Built in 1659, atop a spur overlooking the Dangmechu river, Trashigang dzong or the fortress of the auspicious hill has been the political stronghold of eastern Bhutan for over 300 years. The Landscape on which the Dzong stands is not only picturesque but arouses curiosity. The hillock like Mount Meru is the site of the palace of the Druk Chhoglay Namgyal (victory of Bhutanese Over enemies in all directions). It is accessible only from the north, through a slender road, paved by blasting the cliff. Due to its location Trashigang Dzong is one of the most strategically placed Dzongs in Bhutan.
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Trongsa Dzong Built in 1648, it was the seat of power over central and eastern Bhutan. Both the first and second kings of Bhutan ruled the country from this ancient seat. All four kings were invested as Trongsa Penlop (“governor”) prior to ascending the throne. The dzong is a massive structure with many levels, sloping down the contours of the ridge on which it is built. Because of the dzong’s highly strategic position, on the only connecting route between east and west, the Trongsa Penlop was able to control effectively the whole of the central and eastern regions of the country from here.
BHUTAN 'The enchanted kingdom where happiness is more than a dream' is a small Himalayan landlocked country situated in the eastern slopes of the Himalayan range with China in the north and Indian states of Bengal and Assam in the south, Sikkim in the west and Arunachal Pradesh in the east. It is the world's youngest democratic country offered to the citizens of Bhutan by 4th King with the vision "GROSS NATIONAL HAPPINESS " as the country's progress and growth is measured through happiness index rather than monetary.
The state religion of the country is Drukpa Kagyud a branch of Mahayana Buddhism. The holy monasteries located on sheer cliffs, the fluttering prayer flags lined on the high r.......
The minimum daily tariff with effect from 2010 is US $ 250 per person per night halt for peak months (February - May and August - December) and US$ 200 per person per night halt for regular months ( January, June and July ). There is no surcharge for more than 3 persons.
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By Air : Druk Air , the only Bhutans National Carrier, operates regular flight from Delhi, Bangkok, Kolkatta, Katmandu, Yangaon and Dhaka. For more information please visit its website Drukair.com.bt.
By Road : Entry and Exit to Bhutan is possible through Phuntsholing, Gaylephu and Samdrupjongkhar. From the boarder of Bhutan and India.
CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES :
Comfortable warm cloths and soft soled shoes is recommended to travel to Bhutan. The climate varies due to the altitude differences. The formal dress is needed while visiting the religious places, temples and while having appointment with the officials of the country. Remember to bring your basic ne.......
A visa is required to travel to Bhutan. It must be applied through a licensed Bhutanese tour operator like firstname.lastname@example.org or one of the international partners to pre-arrange the visa and book the holiday.Visas are processed through an online system by your tour operator to Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB) once the full payment of your holiday (including a USD $250and $ 40 as visa fee) has been wire transferred and received in the TCB bank account.
You are required to send the photo-page of your passport to your tour operator who will then apply for your visa.Once visa is approved by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs you will be provided with a visa clearance letter which you will have to.......
Takins were named as National Animal of Bhutan in 1985. There were two spices, the brown and golden Takin. It is the rare animal found at high altitudes in Bhutan, Burma and China but Bhutan is the only country in the world where Golden Takin exists in its natural habitat.
Takins is different looking animal. It has goats head and cows body. As they lie on the ground and chew the cud their eyes are gentle, muzzles are long with tongue that slap against their nose as they lick. When they get up they have thick neck and back arched in the middle and sloping downwards towards tail. Their legs are short and thick and they have long clove ho.......
To get to Bhutan, one can Travel by Land or Travel by Air.
The Kingdom of Bhutan remained largely cut off from the rest of the world up until the early 1960’s. Entering the country was difficult as it was only accessible by foot from two main entry points, one in the North and another from the South. The Northern route was through Tibet, crossing high mountain passes that were inaccessible throughout the winters. The second entry route from the South came through the plains of Assam and West Bengal. The high, frozen passes in the North and the dense, jungles in the South made it extremely difficult to enter the country.
However, carefully planned economic development has made the count.......
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