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Dos and Don’ts in Bhutan

Dos: Do remember to take off your hat and sunglasses while entering temples, monasteries, dzongs, and chortens or when you crossing a bridge. Do check with your guide to see if you need to take off your shoes while entering temples, monasteries, dzong and chortens. Do remember to keep your cellphone on silent and avoid …

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Bhutanese Cuisine

  Although Bhutanese food has been influenced by its neighnours, especially China, Tibet and India but like the country itself, the Bhutanese cuisine has been able to maintain its unique character. Its less oily than Chinese or India and spicier than most Tibetan dishes. In Bhutanese cuisine chillis are an essential part of nearly every …

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Glossaries

Do you want to know how to say hello in Bhutanese language and meaning of some special words in Bhutan? Read the glossaries below to know it.Do you want to know how to say hello in Bhutanese language and meaning of some special words in Bhutan? Read the glossaries below to know it. Anim Buddhist …

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Top 3 places to visit in Bhutan

Punakha Dzong Punakha Dzong was built in 1637 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel at the confluence of two rivers, the Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu. It is called Palace of Great Happiness and an imposing structure. The dzong served as the capital and seat of government until the early 1950s.Before it was the winter residence of …

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Duke and Duchess in Bhutan

Chevening scholars from Bhutan and India attended a reception hosted by Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on April 6 at the Kensington Palace in London, to mark their forthcoming official visit to Bhutan and India. The event was also attended by the High Commissioner of India to the United Kingdom (UK) …

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