Hotel Lhaki Yangchak

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

    Thimphu to Phuntsholing

    A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm on Mar 04, 2014

    23 photos

    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

    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 ...

    The World's Last Shangri-la

    A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath on Mar 29, 2013

    9 photos

    ... was delicious!

    On our way back, we spotted a dear and decided to stalk it. We approached it tentatively and with all seriousness like we knew what we were doing ... thinking back it always cracks me up - we must have been such a comical sight!
    It was a rather happy drive back through the mountain passes and hairpins again and at one point, ...

    Welcome the Boundary

    A travel blog entry by djthetraveller on Aug 12, 2012

    ... Street peddlers and hawkers are lined up there like flies over dead meat in the forest. the liquor stores are flooded from morning only and as we were passing jaygaon At round 3:30 or 4 pm we saw the rush was still alive and there was a strong smell of violence in the air. As 15Th august was fast approaching , so the checking was increased and Mantyn and Me were a bit concerned. We were carrying smokes and in good quantity. Bhutan is a smoke free, smoke banned country. ...

    Chasing Rhino at Chilapata

    A travel blog entry by trekpartha on May 14, 2011

    2 comments, 80 photos

    ... back, Bua came running asking us to go to the balcony. We ran up the stairs and saw a lone tusker along the edge od the empty rice field. It was a very satisfying sighting of the tusker. Bua told us that during Bhutta or Makai season, herds of elephant come out and the balcony turns into a gallery to view the elepahnats.

    Sunset over the sal forest was beautiful. With the darkness coming, thousands of crickets began their singing and fireflies ...