Namsey Chholing Resort

Paro Valley, Paro, Bhutan | Hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsNamsey Chholing Resort Paro

    Reviewed by welcometobhutan

    Nice Hospitality

    Reviewed Jul 31, 2013
    by (1 review) Paro Bhutan , Bhutan Flag of Bhutan

    located 15 minutes drive from the Paro international Airport

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

    Reviewed by emmajanestravel

    All the basics you need...

    Reviewed Dec 16, 2012
    by (1 review) Auckland , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    The Resort has a fantastic view over Paro valley, and while its not a fancy 5* hotel, it does have all the basics you need. Hot water, warm beds, good breakfasts!

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Namsey Chholing Resort Paro

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Paro

    Miksa to Sakten

    A travel blog entry by mrs.khaki on May 08, 2014

    49 photos

    ... world we were from and it was an opportunity to show them the Falmouth postcards I'd been carrying around for weeks, I gave them a couple to keep along with some seashells and some stickers for the younger children (this group were 13/14 years of age) I also gave them a piece of Cornish tartan ribbon. They were not dressed in their traditional clothing, sporting instead tracksuits and wellies! Again, not what we had expected. It was a lovely ...

    In a fairy tale

    A travel blog entry by slobodanka on Apr 15, 2014

    10 photos

    ... later than the original suggested 2:30am start and started off at 5am. By then there was a huge crowd and the large Tanka depicting the Guru Rinpoche had already been unfurled. It is a beautiful tapestry embroidered sometime in the 16th century. There were two huge lines of people snaking across the area in front of the temple. For a small donation you could enter the temple and receive a blessing. We all lined up ...


    A travel blog entry by mrs.khaki on Apr 06, 2014

    12 photos

    ... after the last hour of climbing to our home for the night. The archery was in full swing and it was fascinating to watch though terrifying to see how close the children and other competitors were to the firing range! The targets are at least 140 meters away and very small. They used modern bows rather than the Robin Hood variety, though the children carried these around very proudly.

    The children’s curiosity got the better of them and ...


    A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm on Mar 02, 2014

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... and as the horses had gone back we had to walk all the way down, by the time we we ached the bottom my knees felt like they were going to explode. All in all it took over five hours but it was well worth it.

    To finish the day we went and visited a burnt down Dzong which had great historic value to the Bhutanese but although it was only a short distance we struggled to walk and encouraged our guide to give up for the day and take us back to the ...

    Paro to Punaka

    A travel blog entry by nancyx2 on Apr 08, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... of only 7,000 enlisted men, facing tens of thousands of rebels, and war was unpopular. So, the king made it voluntary for the soldiers, and personally led the campaign against the rebels. The mini-war was a success, and the rebels were routed with a minimal loss to the Bhutan army. Some wanted to erect a monument for the victory, but the King replied that war should never be glorified. So instead he commissioned this monument honoring the dead soldiers and ...