Kichu Resort Paro
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... of Dechen
Phodrang Lhakhang and Changankha Lhakhang. Last but not the least, Thimphu is a
beautiful place and you should visit (alongwith Paro) atleast once if possible.
I have a set of detail videos all the important tourist places of Thimphu and Paro. Please visit my Bhutan Videos on the playlist on youtube below.
... thought it would be a great spot! It's very pretty with the big blue sky in the background and the sun shinning on the bronze. The views from up there were very nice as it overlooks most of Thimphu, the capital city or what some refer to as the sunken city. After this we headed to the Bhutan zoo which only has two animals: deer and the famous Takin. A Takin is Bhutan's national animal - it has what looks like the head of a goat with horns and body of cow! It was cool ...
... be a little pushy to submit your application. Your thumbprint and photo will be taken, and a few minutes later, somebody will call out your name and hand over your permit to you. Do check that particulars on your permit are correct.
o There is no permit fee for Indians at least.
- Time taken to reach Paro from Phuntsholing is around 5 hours, assuming you do not take any major breaks on the way and if the road is not ...
This is a bit of a mixed entry. I spent Sunday wandering around Thimphu taking photos that interested me.
I have a number of shots of small stores, which seem to be the majority of stores. They sell everything from stationary and books, hardware, shoes, clothes, food, electronics and the list goes on. I did find out today that there are a couple of larger grocery stores - but they would be ...
We hiked to the Tango Buddhist university. A lovely hike up a paved path through a forest. As we entered the monastery the monks offered us tea and what they call pop rice. Sort of like popcorn, but with red rice instead. Really nice.
Then we went inside a temple, where we saw giant statues of the three Buddhas, past, present and future. There were some lovely carvings and Tankas (religious pantings) inside. Not allowed to take ...