The hot springs of Gasa in Western Bhutan are known for their medicinal and healing properties. Situated close to the banks of the Mo Chu, this is one of the most popular springs in the country and are frequented not only by tourists but by local people as well. It takes approximately 40 minutes from...
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Gasa Dzong or Gasa Tashi Tongmön Dzong is the administrative center of Gasa Dzongkhag (district) in the northwestern region of Bhutan. It was constructed to act as a frontier against attacks from the north. Gasa Dzong was damaged by fire in 2008.
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Four guesthouses have been completed at Jangothang, less than a kilometer away from Gasa Tshachu. Two types of guesthouses – one for the upper and middle-income bracket of people and the other for the lower income bracket are still under construction. The rental charges, which will be used for maintenance and utility, are yet to...
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For the first time in Bhutan a takin festival will take place. Takin is the national animal of the country. The Jigme Dorji National Park in collaboration with Tourism Council of Bhutan has organised the first ever Takin Festival, in Tsharijathang under Gasa Dzongkhag on June 9 and 10 this year. With the objective to...
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