Amankora Paro

Address: Paro, Bhutan | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located in Paro.
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      Travel Blogs from Paro

      Our Great Experience of Exploring Thimphu

      A travel blog entry by umakant on Jan 30, 2015

      ... br> are many good restaurants in Thimphu. Food is generally costlier compared to
      India. Cheapest veg momo = 50 nu, cheapest veg chawmin= 80 nu etc. which you need 2-4 plates to fill your
      stomach Thimphu being the capital city, there are many rich people and
      outsiders who can afford to pay high price. Low income local people don't eat
      in restaurants, rather open their own restaurants. Hundreds ...

      Bhutan day 4 & 5.

      A travel blog entry by figiel on Nov 15, 2014

      ... rough, non existent or simply scary (through the mountains), but it all happens. Everyone is very polite and respectful. It's a place worth experiencing. Anyway... Back to Kathmandu tomorrow. Overnight there and then off west for a 6 day remote country trek. Area where westiners don't venture much. A couple of our guides supposedly went through there in the last few weeks with machetes just to clear a path through some of the ...

      Paro

      A travel blog entry by joannemcleod on Sep 24, 2014

      3 photos

      Joanne -- We encountered Delhi rush hour this morning. Bhutan driving is crazy. The practise seems to be that you drive down the middle of the one lane road (even from the airport) and only pull over to the left as you are about to hit the on coming traffic. It is ...

      To the Tiger's Nest!

      A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 25, 2014

      85 photos

      ... pretty peppy on the drive back into Paro. We stopped to tour the National Museum. Apparently the old museum, housed in an old fortress tower, had been damaged by an earthquake and the museum moved to a new building. Most of us didn't have a clue as to what it would hold. There was a mask exhibit - quite interesting set of masks, and a tea kettle exhibit. Most of the museum was too darkly lit for me to read all the captions, especially with my bifocals. Alas. ...

      Valentine's at the Tiger's nest

      A travel blog entry by jojo-a-lenka on Feb 13, 2014

      71 photos

      ... walking sticks we hit the dusty road zig-zagging the steep hill towards our goal.

      With countless stops and short of breath we reached the cafeteria in 1hr 15 mins that was only 15 mins behind the schedule (a typical trip is between 6 to 8 hours on foot) Powered up by the first decent view of our destination and two cups of tea with probably eight spoons of sugar we went on still without the horses. The scenery had changed slightly and the pine tree forest turned to some ...