Kichu Resort Wangduephodrang
Travel Blogs from Wangduephodrang
... of great bliss was built by in 1673 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel to commemorate the final victory against numerous Tibetan invasions. Punakha Dzongkhag was the old capital city and the Dzong served as the hub for both religious and overall administration of the country until Thimpu took over in the mid 1950's. Located on a piece of land between two rivers Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu (literally meaning male and female rivers), the Dzong is massive, huge ...
... King's and Queen's heard in childhood from Mom. The steep stair cases and long walls , the golden doors, the arena inside, the paintings, the statute of the architecture. All seemed to be mesmerizing. The pictures will elaborate better than my words.
Mantyn, apart from a being a metal-head trekker and a brilliant musician is also a tremendous predictor of weather and he predicted that on route when we will cross Do-Chula Pass we will miss out on Ganghar Peunsum Peak's ...
Imagine going from a city of over 12 million and a country of 1.2 billion to a country of 700.000 +. That is beautiful Bhutan, a Buddhist republic tucked away in the world's most formidable mountain range, the Himalayas!! This morning in Delhi I woke up at 3 AM, got a taxi by 3:45 AM, and got to Indira Gandhi International Airport by 4:20 AM. Found out I couldn't change my Indian rupees into US dollars because I lacked a certificate which ...
... Dzong of Punakha and the Chimi Lhakhang. This Chimi Lhakhang temple was build by the cousin of Lama Drukpa Kunley. This Lama is aka 'The Divine Madman’. Again, just google Divine Madman, Bhutan, to learn more about his beliefs. But it is in his honor that people paint red phallus symbols in the weirdest forms on their houses. It doesn’t have a sexual meaning it is just to keep off evil! I must admit we had to laugh every now and then at the sight of them. ...
arrived around 7.30pm
1. Budha Statu one of the tallest in the world
2. Stupa - Memorial Chorten
3. Monetary - Prayer Wheels
4. Housing complex of ministers
6. Royal University of Bhutan
7. Chuniding Retreat Resort, Serbithang