Most of the people, especially Southern and eastern people prefer Indian food. Spices, therefore, become an integral part of the meals.
Bhutanese architecture consists of Dzong and everyday varieties. Dzongs in Bhutan were built as fortresses have served as religious and administrative centers since the 17th century.
Cycle the winding roads and watch the snowy peaks rise above the faint gorges covered with lush green forests.
Pemathang (previously called Dalim) is among other village, the most popular when it comes to sugarcane farming in Samdrup Jongkhar.
Here are some interesting facts about Bhutan that you probably didn’t know
Places in Thimphu that is most favored by tourists. The must visit places for all tourists visiting Thimphu, Bhutan.
This could just be the experience you talk about until the end of your days!
Preservation and promotion of the rich cultural and religious heritage of Bhutan
Tour of the Dragon is not a road bike race or a classic mountain bike race...
The origin of hot springs and mineral springs in Bhutan dates back to 746 AD