Hotel Lhaki Yangchak

Address: Pelkhil Lam P.O.Box No. 187, Phuntsholing, Bhutan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pelkhil Lam P.O.Box No. 187, Phuntsholing.
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Travel Blogs from Phuntsholing

Reaching Phuntsholing on the Bhutan Border

A travel blog entry by vishnu_agni on Sep 23, 2014

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... dark dingy rooms, but seemed fairly clean. It was very well located though- 2 min walk from both the permit office as well as the 2 best restaurants in town- Kizom café and Zen restaurant. You could check other options in Phuntsholing- we are not aware of what other options are available. Our taxi driver (based in Phuntsholing) whom we had called earlier had booked the hotel for us.

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  • Thimphu to Phuntsholing

    A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm on Mar 04, 2014

    23 photos

    ... they don't look to clever. After about three hours we stopped for lunch which was the usual, (nice country but lacking in food choice) albeit we got a 5cm square piece of cake which was a treat. Lesley decided to use the loo before we left then came out saying she could wait another three hours. After what seemed a lifetime we joined the decent road which when linked will save two hours on the journey. The rest of the journey was fairly good although as we neared ...

    Roger's got the horn

    A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Apr 23, 2013

    5 photos

    ... minutes!Experience has taught us that for some tourists, and for almost all guides, it's all about the photo! So you find your target, a pride of lions, a herd of elephants, or a gaggle of giraffes (who knows?), you take your photo and you move on; no hint of hanging around, observing the behaviour of the animals or just being in wonder that these funny shaped wonders of nature survive in spite of nature being incredibly harsh and even more amazing, in spite of us (humans!).So, the ...

    Welcome the Boundary

    A travel blog entry by djthetraveller on Aug 12, 2012

    ... listening to songs all the way, we usually are much hyper active while we are in train but after dinner we were a bit taken a back and slowly slowly the night crept in and we went to bed.



    Next Morning we woke up as late as possible as we heard in our morning dizzy mood in the train that the ******* steel wheel was running 2 hrs late. So we decided let's cancel breakfast and give us some more sleep. Sleeping is not a very comfortable thing in train , specially ...

    Chasing Rhino at Chilapata

    A travel blog entry by trekpartha on May 14, 2011

    2 comments, 80 photos

    ... We rushed towards Torsa View Tower. By the time we reached, one rhino had come close to Chilapata side of the river and another was in mud some meters away. Dipen excitedly pointed at the far side of the almost dry river to show us a tusker. It was drinking water. It did not come any closer and went into Jaldapara.

    Birds like cuckoo, bulbul, egret, and wild fowls were everywhere. We began our journey back as at 17.30, the forest closes. Immediate ...