Information related to the cost of living in Bhutan

Information related to the cost of living in Bhutan

Bhutan is a country that has preserved its ancient culture and traditions while carefully allowing modern developments. The country is unique both culturally and environmentally and is known to be the last remaining Buddhist Kingdom. The unique and interesting thing about Bhutan is that they are more concerned about the happiness and well-being of the people. The main occupation of the people of Bhutan is agriculture. Due to the mesmerizing environment and the humble society and generous people, the kingdom of Bhutan is also referred to as the ‘Last Shangri-La. Here are some of the facts and details regarding the …

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Why should you visit Phuentsholing?

Road trip from Alipurduar to Phuentsholing with taxi fare

Planning a road trip with your friends and family to Phuentsholing is always fun and exciting. Phuentsholing is known to be the second largest town in Bhutan with a population of almost 40000 people. Phuentsholing is the entry point of Bhutan for passengers who are arriving from Siliguri and Kolkata. When you enter Phuentsholing you can immediately see the difference in cleanliness between the two countries as Phuentsholing is absolutely clean whereas the border area of India is very polluted and dirty. Here are some information and tips that can be helpful for your journey to Phuentsholing. Distance from Alipurduar …

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Historically significant places to visit in Bhutan with Family members

Historically significant places to visit in Bhutan with Family members

If you and your family are history enthusiasts then you will definitely find Bhutan very interesting as Bhutan is a country that is unique both culturally and environmentally. Located high in the Himalayas, it is known to be the world’s last Buddhist Kingdom. Bhutan gives priority to the Gross National Happiness rather than the Gross domestic product that is why Bhutan is one of the happiest countries in the world. The main source of income in Bhutan is agriculture, tourism, and hydroelectric power. It is a country that is open to modern developments while carefully preserving its traditional culture. 1.The …

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Choosing 10 Sightseeing and must visit places to visit in Paro

It’s always good to know before you go Paro is a beautiful escape from the everyday rush of our lives. It is a perfect destination for those nature lovers who like to spend some quiet and peaceful times alone or with their loved ones. Paro is a deep valley and stands at an altitude of 7200 ft.  It is also the only international airport out of the four airports in the country. It well connects the neighbouring Asian countries Paro is a valley town west of the capital, Thimphu and it has quite a lot of sacred sites here which …

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10 unknown facts about Phuentsholing to Thimphu sightseeing by road

10 unknown facts about Phuentsholing to Thimphu sightseeing by road

Phuentsholing and Thimphu are the two major cities that serve a major commercial hub. The largest city Thimphu serves as the capital and the major tourist destination, as it houses a large number of tourist attractions.  Phuentsholing on contrary serves as the border town, the second largest after Thimphu, and the gateway to Bhutan via road. Phuentsholing connects Thimphu with Thimphu highway that passes through rugged terrain, scenic landscapes, valleys, mountains, etc. Thimphu is renowned as the cultural hotspot with the oldest monasteries, Dzongs, temples, museums, etc. Phuentsholing, on the other hand, contradicts Thimphu with only 3 monasteries and has …

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Interesting facts about the oldest monasteries in Thimphu

Interesting facts about the oldest monasteries in Thimphu

While we think of Bhutan, we think of mountains, monks, and monasteries, of course. The kingdom of bliss and tranquility thrives with its age-old customs and traditions that have been adopted and practiced since time immemorial. If you’re on a quest for peace, then ditch the rest and indulge in Bhutan tour. The quaint kingdom has countless sacred sites, like pilgrimage places, monasteries, etc, where you can obtain the much-needed seclusion and peace.  Besides, the presence of some of the oldest monasteries in the country offers the ideal way to escape the chaos, and help you regain your peace and …

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9 Seater car in Bhutan

Sightseeing in Bhutan on a convenient 9 Seater Car

Bhutan is known for its stunning natural scenery and the strong sense of culture and tradition. Bhutan is the only country in which Vajrayana Buddhism is practiced, and the ardent teachings of this tradition remain well preserved and apply a strong influence in all aspects of life. Bhutan has also been given the name ‘The Last Shangri-La’ due to its beautiful environment and harmonious society. Bhutan is the only county which gives more priority to gross national happiness rather than Gross Domestic product and this makes the country both culturally and environmentally unique. Cost of Sightseeing in Bhutan: 5300rs approx …

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Hire a car for Bhutan tour with cheapest car rental rates

Hire a car for Bhutan tour with cheapest car rental rates

Shrouded in mystery and endowed with varied landscapes and the world’s highest unclimbed mountains and unexplored destinations, Bhutan offers only two modes of accessibility. One is via air, and two is via road. If you want to fly to Paro, then we recommend you to book your flight 5-6 months prior to your travel. If you’re keen to explore the country with a road trip, then avail car rental service in Bhutan for exploring the best places in Thimphu at top-notch services throughout your Bhutan tour. Where to book cars in Bhutan? Avail the best car rental services in Bhutan …

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Rhododendron Festival Tour in Bhutan

Rhododendron Festival Tour in Bhutan

Best time of visit – The park is decorated with lots and lots of variety of Rhododendron across the park. The spring marks the beginning of this beautiful occurrence. So, visiting from Mid-March to early August will be the best decision. HOW TO REACH – Tips to ease your trip Hiring a taxi in Bhutan is not at all troublesome. Taxi fare in Bhutan is fixed specifically by the government and on a per km basis. As Bhutan taxi fare is controlled by the management, you should always check their tourism site for Bhutan taxi booking and Bhutan taxi service. …

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Phuentsholing to Thimphu

Visit Bhutan with a road trip from Phuentsholing to Thimphu

Transportation in Bhutan “The Land of Thunder Dragon”    Within Bhutan, the only mode of transportation is by motor vehicles. During monsoon and winter months, weather can disrupt travel and unexpected changes might occur in itineraries. The road is excellent and the highway consists of two-lane roads which are a relief. The mountainous terrain and winding roads restrict the average speed of vehicles to less than 40 km/hour. Phuentsholing to Thimphu Distance: The distance from the border town to the capital of Thimphu is about 180km and it takes 6-7 hours depending on the road conditions and stoppages are long, spectacular …

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