Namgey Hotel

Phuntsholing, Bhutan | Hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsNamgey Hotel Phuntsholing

    Reviewed by vishnu_agni

    Decent at Rs. 1300 per night

    by (3 reviews) , India Flag of India

    Hotel Namgyal cost us Rs. 1300 plus tax. Was not a great place to be- with dark dingy rooms, but seemed fairly clean. It was very well located though- 2 min walk from both the permit office as well as the 2 best restaurants in town- Kizom café and Zen restaurant. You could check other options in Phuntsholing- we are not aware of what other options are available. Our taxi driver (based in Phuntsholing) whom we had called earlier had booked the hotel for us.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Namgey Hotel Phuntsholing

    2.50 of 5 stars Fair

    Travel Blogs from Phuntsholing

    Reaching Phuntsholing on the Bhutan Border

    A travel blog entry by vishnu_agni on Sep 23, 2014

    9 photos

    We left the Sinclairs Dooars resort by road in a Maruti van taxi around 1 PM. The road to Phuntsholing was excellent and took us through many tea gardens. We crossed some of the rivers of the Dooars, and Kash was in full bloom. We stopped at a dhaba for lunch, and were served by a very cheerful person who was highly amused that we were having only …

    Thimphu to Phuntsholing and back

    A travel blog entry by maryanngreen on Jun 15, 2014

    37 photos

    ... couple of times.

    But the country was really beautiful, a mix of the BC and Alberta rockies - BC for the vegetation, Alberta for the rocks and cliffs.

    They use the cliffs and the rocks to make sign posts. Always interesting.

    I am very glad that I went - in Phuntsholing, I found time early this morning to take some pictures of a local temple and the gate to china.

    Enjoy Mary ann


    Roger's got the horn

    A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Apr 23, 2013

    5 photos

    ... It's the sort of place you can wander along the railway tracks with the locals and people are excited to see tourists rather than view us as piggy banks to be rattled and raided!We had booked a Jeep for ourselves in the afternoon rather than share with up to four other passengers. This was more costly but still only 15 and hopefully would mean we had a bit more control over the trip; i.e. we could get the driver to stop and look at birds or, God forbid, look at the rhinos for more ...

    The World's Last Shangri-la

    A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath on Mar 29, 2013

    9 photos

    ... did not take to! It was hard, dry and tasteless but Rinzin and Namgay relished it!
    We then went looking for a suitable spot by the Haa River (the Haa Chu!) for our planned picnic but didn't find one, so we ventured further afield and found a fantastic spot on a hill with a great view of the fabled 'Three Ridges of Haa'. Needless to say, once again ...

    Welcome the Boundary

    A travel blog entry by djthetraveller on Aug 12, 2012

    ... We had some traditional bengali food before leaving India for the next 8 days or so by paying off around Rs 350 for 3 people we headed off for Phuntshoiling, Bhutan.

    It took us around 3 hours time to reach a place called JAYGAON. JAY GAON is the border town between the two countries. It has a gate colored in blackish red and protected by black cat army, and Indian army on one side and the Bhutan army on the other side. Jaygaon is a very familiar old dirty Indian ...

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