Kichu Resort Paro

Address: Paro, Bhutan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Paro

A weekend in Paro

A travel blog entry by helen-wositzky on Dec 15, 2014

3 comments, 71 photos

... will perform. It costs 200nu for you to 'request' a dance. They are dressed in traditional Kira and dance Bhutanese style to apparently mostly love songs ( we couldn't understand the words of course) which is pretty much just swaying and moving your hands. At first I thought this is pretty cool, but as we stayed for a while it became apparent in the dimness that the only clientele watching were young guys, and as they drank more I could sense that it was ...

Back to Where I Began in Bhutan - Paro

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Oct 08, 2014

12 photos

... at Simtokha Dzong on the way which is the oldest ancient castle fortress in Bhutan. It is also the only Dzong that is strictly used by the monk body and has no regional administration offices in it. Since I had seen so many Dzongs on the trip, we only spent a few minutes visiting. After lunch, I asked if we could visit the National Institute of Zorig Chusum, the art school. Students attending the school study one of the thirteen traditional arts (ex. ...

Taktshang Goemba

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 23, 2014

32 photos

... bow and 140 metres if they are using a compound bow which is what we watched. I don't even know how they could possibly even see the small target from so far away! It started to pour so we went to the hotel. There wasn't much to do as it was pouring so I decided to check out the television to see what was on. I had an amazing selection to choose from as so many channels were in English. Then again, almost everyone in ...

Shopping and Another Flight

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 22, 2014

48 photos

... 40 minutes. When I checked in, I lucked out and got the last window seat on the left side. This was the recommended side to sit on the plane due to the views of the Himalayas. Druk Air also said if my luggage was brought to them, they would send it. I'll keep my fingers crossed! As I went through security, there was a line for women and two for men that were both double the length of the women's line. I guess there are a significant more men ...

There and back (and now resting)

A travel blog entry by maryanngreen on Jul 01, 2014

1 comment, 72 photos

... to a high of 3140 meters. It was cloudy when we started but it began to rain part of the way up. The trek starts deceptively - with a fairly flat trail and then just climbs from there.

The trail was built in 2000 and rebuilt in 2005 - between pilgrims, horses and erosion from the water, it takes a beating.

Bhutanese have to be in traditional dress to visit the monastery. My two companions ...