Bhutan

Highlights

Bhutan is known for its stunning landscapes, unique culture, and commitment to environmental conservation

Its unique approach to governance, prioritizing happiness, and commitment to environmental conservation has made it a notable and respected nation globally.

Bhutan has strict regulations on tourism to preserve its culture and environment. Tourists must pay a daily fee to visit the country, ensuring a high-value, low-impact approach to tourism.

Where to go

Some ideas of what we can plan for you.

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  • Visit the Taktsang ‘Tiger’s Nest’ Monastery, one of Bhutan’s architectural highlights
  • Enjoy spectacular views of the Himalayas from the Dochu La mountain pass
  • Hike to Chimmi Lakhang – the fertility temple – a popular pilgrimage for those starting a family
  • Visit the 300-year old Punakha Dzong: the winter residence of the Central Monastic Body and where many major Royal events take place
  • Spend a day exploring the bustling capital Thimphu, including major attractions like the Buddha Dordenma, the National Memorial chorten and more
  • Bhutan is often ranked as the happiest nation in South Asia and among the top ten happiest places in the world.
  • Spice-lovers rejoice and the spice-sensitive beware – chilli is not a condiment in Bhutan, but an essential vegetable. Their cuisine is heavily spiced by default, and it is said that locals will not eat a dish until it is spicy enough.
  • Only eight pilots have been trained to navigate landing in Paro Airport.
  • Situated in a deep valley, flying to Paro involves avoiding high peaks and strong winds in specific meteorological conditions. The flight itself is an exclusive privilege.
  • You will likely see a number of colourful phallus drawings on the walls of certain houses in Bhutan. These aren’t graffiti, but rather a tradition that symbolises good luck and fertility. Phalluses are believed to ward off evil spirits and are often used in place of a scarecrow.

Full Itinerary : 5N On The Tiger Trail

 

 

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  • Traditional Khada welcome and visits to ancient temples
  • Immersion in Bhutanese culture through festivals and traditional attire
  • Scenic hikes to iconic landmarks like Tiger’s Nest Monastery
  • Exploration of Bhutan’s natural beauty and wildlife
  • Culinary experiences learning to cook traditional dishes
  • Memorable photoshoots in traditional attire before departure
  • Direct flight from Kuala Lumpur to Paru!

 

Enjoy varieties of Cuisine:

  • Sujga
  • Ema Dathsi
  • Kewa Dathsi
  • Indian Cuisine
  • Chinese Cuisine
  • Malaysian Bak Kut Teh
  • Sikam PAA
  • Jasha Maru
  • Bhutan Red Rice
  • Shamu Datshi
  • Dal Bhat
  • Khur- Le
  • Thai Cuisine
  • Khatem
  • Ezays

Full Itinerary: 7D5N Tshechu Festival Tour

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  • Visit Bhutan’s historic Rinpung Dzong and Kyichu Lhakhang Temple.
  • Explore the scenic Tachogang Lhakhang Bridge.
  • Discover nature at Kurnselphodrang Nature Park.
  • Encounter wildlife at Motithang Takin Preserve.
  • Experience rural life near Gangtey Gonpa.
  • Trek to iconic Taktsang Lhakhang.
  • Conclude with a Gho and Kira dress-up session.
  • Direct flight from Kuala Lumpur to Paru!

 

Enjoy varieties of Cuisine:

  • Sujga
  • Ema Dathsi
  • Kewa Dathsi
  • Indian Cuisine
  • Chinese Cuisine
  • Malaysian Bak Kut Teh
  • Sikam PAA
  • Jasha Maru
  • Bhutan Red Rice
  • Shamu Datshi
  • Dal Bhat
  • Khur- Le
  • Thai Cuisine
  • Khatem
  • Ezays

 

Full itinerary : 7D5N Winter Bhutan

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  • Visit the Taktsang ‘Tiger’s Nest’ Monastery, one of Bhutan’s architectural highlights
  • Visit the Rinpung Dzong, where the Monastic body and government office of Paro is housed
  •  Be privy to the rich collection at Ta Dzong, the national museum of Bhutan
  • Pay respects at Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the oldest temples in Bhutan
  • Enjoy spectacular views of the Himalayas from the Dochu La mountain pass
  • Visit the 300-year old Punakha Dzong: the winter residence of the Central Monastic Body and where many major Royal events take place
  • Spend a day exploring the bustling capital Thimphu, including sights like the Buddha Dordenma, the National Memorial chorten and more
  • Bhutan is often ranked as the happiest nation in South Asia and among the top ten happiest places in the world.
  • Spice-lovers rejoice and the spice-sensitive beware – chilli is not a condiment in Bhutan, but an essential vegetable. Their cuisine is heavily spiced by default, and it is said that locals will not eat a dish until it is spicy enough.
  • Only eight pilots have been trained to navigate landing in Paro Airport.
  • Situated in a deep valley, flying to Paro involves avoiding high peaks and strong winds in specific meteorological conditions. The flight itself is an exclusive privilege.
  • You will likely see a number of colourful phallus drawings on the walls of certain houses in Bhutan. These aren’t graffiti, but rather a tradition that symbolises good luck and fertility. Phalluses are believed to ward off evil spirits and are often used in place of a scarecrow.

Full Itinerary : 6N Historical Odysseys

 

 

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  • Hike to the Taktsang Tiger’s Nest Monastery
  • Visit the 108 memorial chortens on the Dochula Pass
  • Enjoy gentle nature walks in the Bhutanese countryside
  • Watch rare black-necked cranes in the Phobjikha Valley
  • Explore Bhutan’s vibrant temples, monasteries and dzongs

Where to stay

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