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

    Visiting Phuentsholing on the way to Thimphu

    A travel blog entry by umakant on Jan 13, 2015

    ... to drop us in Jaigaon bus stand for 100 rs (which was just 2 km). I was fully prepared with all travel related information and detail google map. The second advantage was the luggage was within our capacity to carry. We just started walking for about 50 meters out of the station to reach the main road. All Jaygaon buses were going by that road. As it is not a stoppage you have to show hand to ...

    Reaching Phuntsholing on the Bhutan Border

    A travel blog entry by vishnu_agni on Sep 23, 2014

    9 photos

    ... 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

    129 photos

    ... wondered where this was since most of our ride for quite awhile was through the mountains and crossing rivers back and forth. Finally, we did reach the plains...where we continued to cross rivers - the Dinah or Diana at one point even. There were a few dams and lots of very dry rivers. I saw a few places where people seemed to be filling up their water containers. I had asked about the pipes I saw along the road and Kunjang said that ...

    Thimphu to Phuntsholing

    A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm on Mar 04, 2014

    23 photos

    ... the amount of tourists and a proportion of the fee goes towards education, when you consider Doejee our guide who is 32 remembers when they first got electric in the 80s you look at the country now and feel they haven't done bad. He did say that they get a lot of aid from India. What goes around comes around! We set off around 10:00 after visiting a small factory making paper out of bark which was quite interesting but not enough to part with our cash. I knew the trip would ...

    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 ...