Central Hotel

Address: Phuntsholing, Bhutan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Phuntsholing

Visiting Phuentsholing on the way to Thimphu

A travel blog entry by umakant on Jan 13, 2015

... 8 o'clock in the night and went through NJP (7.30 morning), Siliguri (8.00), New Mal Junction (9.15), Dalgaon (9.53) and then Hasimara (10.18). The train was slightly late and reached Hasimara after 11 o'clock. The biggest question was how to go Phuentsholing, whether by auto, or by taxi or by bus or other?After getting down from the train we saw more than half of the people are going out by on the ...

Reaching Phuntsholing on the Bhutan Border

A travel blog entry by vishnu_agni on Sep 23, 2014

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... it quite quickly into Phuntsholing, after passing through Jaigaon (the town on the Indian side of the border).

As we had been told before, there was a palpable difference between Jaigaon to Phuntsholing. Phuntsholing seemed a different world from Jaigaon, which was filthy and noisy, being quieter with pretty Bhutanese buildings (with the trademark architecture- artistic rooftops and painted windows) ...

Suzanne's Birthday - Bhutan

A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 21, 2014

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... bus, the movement, and the inconvenience. We were extra-blessed in this case because there were several Rhesus monkeys on the bridge. Almost as soon as I became aware of anything, I was alerted by Mick that a monkey had stolen someone's orange fizzy drink from his daypack and run off to drink it. I think I only got to see the drinking bit but I was as enthralled as the others by the monkeys, or rather macaques, walking around close to ...

Thimphu to Phuntsholing

A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm on Mar 04, 2014

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Today we traveled from Thimphu to Phuntsholing which is the closest exit border into India, with no trains in Bhutan it was a case of making the six hour journey by car. To enter Bhutan you have to have use a government approved guide which is a set fee per day but it covers visas, transport, driver, guide, hotels and meals and we can't complain about the hotels, they say you will get a minimum of 3 star and I would say the standards for their gradings are high. The idea of this is ...

Roger's got the horn

A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Apr 23, 2013

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... in spite of being enormous! For an hour we wandered around the forest atop our great grey throne. We saw a couple of one-horned rhinos really close up which was brilliant and just a touch scary. We also saw a King Cobra but that was less brilliant and less scary as it looked a bit like a big, black **** really! Loved the trip though and for a tenner each, a bargain.Back at the lodge we arranged a Jeep tour of the park for late afternoon and went for a walk in the surrounding area ...

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