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Bhutan, with its high mountains and rich flora and fauna is a popular trekking country. Its unique and splendid culture based on Buddhist tradition adds to the natural beauty of the country. Makemytrip.com, a famous Indian online tour company has launched a charter flight holiday package to Bhutan in association with the Tourism Council of...
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“As King, it is time for me to marry. After much thought, I have decided that the wedding shall be later this year,” said His Majesty the King in his opening speech at the 7th session of parliament and added that he has found such a person in the name of Jetsun Pema. “While she...
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His Majesty the King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck is getting married to Ashi Jetsun Pema.   His Majesty King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, the 31-year-old king of Bhutan, announced his engagement with Jetsun Pema at the opening of seventh session of parliament today. The royal wedding, which the King informed the nation would a simple...
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Visitor arrivals to Bhutan peaked at 64,028 in 2011, a figure that marked a record growth rate of +56.65%, the highest growth rate in the history of Bhutan’s tourism industry. This figure also includes regional high-end visitors, MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, Exhibitions) visitors and FAM (Familiarisation) visitors. Whilst international Dollar paying arrivals alone recorded an...
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Visitor arrivals to Bhutan peaked at 40,873, a figure that also includes regional high-end visitors. Owing to the improvement of global economic situations, the tourism industry in Bhutan rebounded well in 2010 with international arrivals peaking at 27,196. This figure corresponded to an increase of +15.83% which reassuringly represents a stable performance (same average growth...
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The tourism industry in Bhutan continued to grow in 2008 with international arrivals peaking at 27,636, a growth rate of 31.01% over the previous high of 2007. Likewise, gross earnings from tourism increased to a total $US 38.8 million, a growth of 30.2% over 2007. The tourism industry contributed $US 13.8 million as government revenue....
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The tourism industry in Bhutan continued to grow in 2008 with international arrivals peaking at 27,636, a growth rate of 31.01% over the previous high of 2007. Likewise, gross earnings from tourism increased to a total $US 38.8 million, a growth of 30.2% over 2007. The tourism industry contributed $US 13.8 million as government revenue....
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The tourism industry in Bhutan continued to grow in 2007 with international arrivals peaking at 21,094, a growth rate of 21.6% over the previous high of 2006. This figure represents a 340.0% increase in the last 10 years in terms of visitor arrivals. Likewise, gross earnings from tourism increased to a total $US 29.8 million,...
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