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Want to go off the beaten path? Well, it’s pretty much everywhere in Bhutan due to the “Sustainable Tourism” strategy and the road condition in Bhutan. Having said that, some popular tourist spots such as Tiger’s Nest and Punakha Dzong are still crowded with tourists. If you are travelling in a small group, more flexible in timing and schedule, there are a lot of places where you can explore further and learn more about the local culture in this Kingdom of Happiness.

Sitting atop a hill overlooking south of Thimphu in Bhutan, this 52 meters tall Buddha statue is one of the…

Locating very near the Paro International Airport and by the Paro River, Tashi Namgay Resort is surprisingly quiet at…

First built in 1649, the conch shape watchtower (or Ta-Dzong) was established to protect the Paro Dzong (Fortress) below…

Sitting on the steep hill overlooking Paro Valley, the Paro Dzong (fortress) was built in 1644 to protect the…

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