Gangtey Palace Hotel

Gangtey, Paro, Bhutan | Hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGangtey Palace Hotel Paro

    Reviewed by sudanthaka

    Best place for the first emotion of Bhutan

    Reviewed Sep 4, 2006
    by (5 reviews) Galle , Sri Lanka Flag of Sri Lanka

    I was very satisfied my first and even the last nights my holiday in Bhutan. The hotel is situated at a place with a wonderful view and the personals are too very kindly. Thanks for your service. Sudanthaka from Sri Lanka

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Gangtey Palace Hotel Paro

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Paro

    1st day in Bhutan - landed in Paro

    A travel blog entry by the_lips on Jul 19, 2014

    44 photos

    ... places around the country to protect the people and country.

    At the pass we got out of the car and followed our guide up some steps to the 108 Druk Wangyal Stupas built in 2005 for the peace and stability of the Kingdom. After a few steps we all realized that breathing was not that easy and we all felt dizzy and quite sick from the altitude. We had gone from Bangkok sea level, to Paro 2’230m and then ...


    A travel blog entry by mrs.khaki on Apr 06, 2014

    12 photos

    ... traditional, mud, wood and stone. Piles of dung in their court-yards used for fuel and free roaming Yak (who we learnt to shoo from our path), ponies and a dozen vultures over the mountains at the next army check point.

    Once again we were blessed with glorious sunshine and enjoyed Karma’s picnic by a small ‘chorten’ (a small building/receptacle, containing religious relics often sited in inauspicious locations to ward off evil). ...

    Bumthag to Phobjikha Valley via Gangtey

    A travel blog entry by hschoch on Oct 08, 2013

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    ... we go up to tree line and follow path. For some reason decided we should go through lower part of valley. Did not know that this would lead right through wetlands. Bog, mud waterlogged ground, made worse by cows leaving deep ruts. A real struggle to get through. Glad we had two walking sticks. Sank ankle deep in, at one point shoe got left behind. Could see our van as a small white spot at far end of valley, did not seem to get any closer. Sun ...

    Trongsa to Bumthang

    A travel blog entry by hschoch on Oct 06, 2013

    21 photos

    ... picked the ripened fruit. Points of interest 108 a significant number in Bhuddism. Arrived at by an astrologer a long time ago, things with 108 bring about well being, for dead people 108 prayer flags, rosary equivalent 108 beads. Bumthag a holy province, Bhuddism spread from here. Many monasteries, often different sects. Quite a few similarities with Catholicism- holy water, rosary, revering ( our sign of cross), monetary offerings. Bhutan often referred to as Switzerland of the ...

    The Greatest Dzong of them all!

    A travel blog entry by wolfsea on Apr 17, 2011

    30 photos

    ... A perfect stop for a picnic. Yes, this was the land of the Thunder Dragon. 108 chortens on the top. The tallest mountain in sight from Dochala, is the Gangkar Puensum at 7541 metres.

    We parted with Jigme's family and continued towards Trongsa. We had lunch at Wangdue and drove past the great Wangduephodrang Dzong by the river.

    The old middle capital of Bhutan. Before ...

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