“The Land of Thunder Dragon”, “The Land of Temples and Fortresses”, “The Last Place on the Roof of the World”, whatever name is used to describe Bhutan, all is backed up by its mythical beauty and an isolated, yet rich culture. From Monasteries to Fortresses, from Monarchy to cultural aristocracy, name it and you will find it in abundance in the mythical land of Bhutan.
Bhutan or the officially called as Kingdom of Bhutan is a landlocked country in South Asia at the eastern end of Himalayas. Apart from the profusion of natural beauties, Bhutan has an abundance of manmade wonders including various monasteries and fortresses such as Taktsang Lhakhang (also known as Tiger’s Nest), Kurje Lhakhang, Chime Lhakhang and Tashicho Dzong (also known as Fortress of Glorious Religion).
The tourists from around the world visit Bhutan every year in large numbers to admire its mystical charm and to create a long lived memory of this majestic landlocked country.
|Visa requirements||On Arrival|
|Languages spoken||Dzongkha, Nepali, Tshangla|
|Currency used||Bhutanese Ngultrum|