Kaila Choenzem Guest House

Bumthang, Bhutan | Hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsKaila Choenzem Guest House Bumthang

    Reviewed by wolfsea

    Still the best French fries in the Himalayas

    Reviewed Apr 18, 2011
    by (18 reviews) Oslo , Norway Flag of Norway

    Nice courtyard guest house. Nice rooms, good service and cool locations

    Midnight at the Kaila
    Bumthang, Bhutan

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Kaila Choenzem Guest House Bumthang

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Bumthang

    The Long and Windy Road

    A travel blog entry by marybc on May 18, 2014

    14 photos

    ... life.
    It is a long and windy road to reach this ideal indeed. In the capital city we saw evidence of the unrest in the youth. Now that they have television, western music and the internet, the desire to fit in to the world is bringing rebellion. Alcohol is a problem here among the young. Though smoking was illegal it is apparently becoming more common as cigarettes are smuggled in from India. The cigarettes are smuggled in from India, an offence ...

    Paro Festival

    A travel blog entry by mrs.khaki on Apr 15, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... lady in front of me was sending photos and instant messaging on Facebook and a Grandmother next to me pulled out a ringing mobile phone and shouted directions to her friends as to where in the crowd she could be found. I felt like I was on a film set seeing actors in a period costume drama on a break and using modern technology which looks so out of place with their traditional clothing. Seeing monks chatting on their mobile phones looks most odd but it was pleasing that ...

    A 55 metre buddha

    A travel blog entry by russellgibson on Dec 01, 2013

    ... had two animals in it; a deer and a Takin. A Takin is of unknown origins, but is thought to be a combination of a deer and goat. The Takin is described as having a 'Roman’ (enormous) nose, has brown, yellow and tinges of green coloured fur and has two pointy horns on its head. The Takin is a very unique animal.

    The Simtokha Dzong was originally constructed as a fortress in the 17th century to protect the ...

    THE BURNING LAKE

    A travel blog entry by c2miller on May 01, 2013

    ... it. At the entrance to the lake is the image of Pema Lingpa along with his two sons carved out on to a rock.

    We then drove further on to where we were going to start our walk for taday. On the way we stopped at a clearning so that our guide, Dendup, and driver, Jaganath, could give us a lesson in the Bhutanese darts game known as Khuru. It is usually played on a field about 20 m long with small wooden targets which are driven into the ground. The darts are ...

    Thimphu and Haa

    A travel blog entry by rosemaryz on Nov 26, 2012

    ... when landslides wash it away. The road is the lifeline of Bhutan. It belongs to everyone and everything: cars, trucks, buses, dogs, cows, people, bamboo, produce and yaks. On the road, the trucks come barreling along and they are brightly painted with folk art and religious symbols. I saw similar trucks in Damascus. They look as if they came straight out of an American carnival in the ...

    Traveler Photos Kaila Choenzem Guest House Bumthang

    Midnight at the Kaila
    Bumthang, Bhutan