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07
Feb

Bhutan Receives the Special Travel Destinations Award

Bhutan received the ‘Special Travel Destinations Award’ last month, at the 2023 Voyage Magazine Award Ceremony. The award ceremony was held at the Park Hyatt Hotel, in Beijing, China, signifying...
02
Feb

Reduced SDF and Why Now is the Time to Visit Bhutan

The Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) is a daily payment for tourists with a Bhutanese visa, contributing to Bhutan’s development. 1) Before September 2023, it cost 200 USD per day to...
26
Sep

Bhutan’s Gem: The Modern and Traditional Blend of Centenary Farmers’ Market

The new Centenary Farmers’ Market in Bhutan is very popular. It shows Bhutan’s effort to keep its traditions while also growing and becoming modern. The market is important because it...
24
Feb

How the name Bhutan was derived

In ancient times, Bhutan was known as Lho Mon, meaning the Dark Southland, referring to the land south of Tibet. And there was a reason why it was called Lho...
10
Feb

Come, Marvel at Bhutanese Art

Bhutan isn’t only about treks, hikes, and visits to dzongs and monasteries. It has so much more to offer. Various people come to Bhutan for various reasons. Some come to...
17
Jan

Four hikers finish the gruelling Snowman Trek in just two weeks

For any hiking aficionado, the Snowman Trek in Bhutan would probably be the ultimate hiking experience along with another sought after trek – the Machu Picchu Inca Trail in Peru....
20
May

A Song of Silence- A Review

 She gazes at the ceiling. The fan blades whirr. The sounds dart. There’s both stillness and movement. Silence and sound. And in the next fifteen minutes, the world of noise...
14
Apr

Of flying darts, cheers & jeers

  In Bhutan, there are two sports that are loved by the masses. The first is obviously archery while in close second is Khuru – a game that is somewhat...
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