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Must Know Pointers Before Travelling To Bhutan

Ways to reach Bhutan There are two ways to reach Bhutan. One is to enter via Phuentsholing on road and the other is to fly directly to Paro. If you decide to go via road to Phuentsholing then the nearest airport is at Bagdogra in West Bengal. The last major station is at Jalpaiguri from […]

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Total Cost Since we were a group of 8, the costs were generally reduced. Overall cost came to 17,000 per person for a 10 day trip. This is excluding shopping and airfare, as both these terms vary constantly. Places to stay Gangtok – Hotel Fair View Not a fancy place, decent rooms with clean washroom. […]

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Bhutanese love affair with their red hot chillies

Chilies are not only a big part of Bhutanese cuisine; they are also a big part of Bhutanese culture, tradition, and life. Growing chilies is practically a year-long process. The seeds are sown sometime in February & March, while transplanting of chilli saplings happen from May to July and harvesting of the fiery red chillies […]

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Bhutan’s must try dishes for every food lover

I have heard about thermal wear and layered clothing to beat the cold weather, but Bhutanese eat their body warmers. I swear. Bhutan is a country where the rice is red and chillies are considered as a vegetable and not a spice. It is the hero of the dish and not a seasoning. For a […]

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Top 5 reasons why Bhutan should be your next travel destination?

Bhutan was in my travel list ever since I laid my eyes on the tiger nest monastery‘s picture, a couple of years ago.  In September, I got to check off the place from my travel bucket list.  I typically get attracted to a destination based on three things, the promise of delicious food, the culture […]

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