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I think you'll want to have a tour guide for many of these places because knowing about the time periods and rulers when these places were built is important to understanding why Bhutan is the country it is today.
The Thimphu Chorten temple is in the middle of the city and the sound of the bells have a calming effect on the body and mind. The chants of the monks are in perfect unison which relax the mind. the inside of the temple is...More
This Chorten is a shrine built to memorialize Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, theking who opened the doors of Bhutan to the outside world in 1974. Prior to that Bhutan was a closed society shut off from the rest of the world. With a population of only...More
Don't misgudge me about the color of chorten. Though the chorten color is pure white the day I visited it was all decked with colorful clothes and flags due to some festival or some monk visit. There is so much open space there to seat...More
Prominent Temple in the middle of town. Went there during a special celebration for the worshippers with a guide who explained all the activities going on and significance of each practice to the worshippers. Very interesting for me because of all the background commentary provided...More
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Weather is rainy intermittently but it doesn't rain that heavily. You can do your journey with motorbike ride with all the gears like rain-coat etc. You can get your Permit made in Thimphu from its Immigration Dept. (works... More
Weather is rainy intermittently but it doesn't rain that heavily. You can do your journey with motorbike ride with all the gears like rain-coat etc. You can get your Permit made in Thimphu from its Immigration Dept. (works Monday thru Friday) for visiting Punakha & Phobjikha.