This place seemed to me what paradise looks like. It's green and has monasteries clinging to the walls of the valley. There were waterfalls and flowers everywhere. At the end of the road (for cars) there is a fantastic restaurant overlooking the valley. They serve dishes made with local ingredients here and if you're up for it, some strong distilled stuff. The messes have so many dishes that I would recommend you don't go for mains.
The monasteries are well-kept and very interesting. The walking path (where we went) was also OK for kids over 5 years old. You do need to be quite fit though as some of the paths are steep.
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