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Many tourists visit Bhutan to experience the country's fascinating festivals. The Tshechu festivals, held in temples, monasteries, and dzongs (fortresses) all over Bhutan, are a highlight.
Have you ever visited a country which gauges its progress with Gross National Happiness? Let’s travel to Bhutan, also known as the “Switzerland of Asia”, to discover its secrets to happiness. This tiny Himalayan country, which only opened its doors for outsiders in the ...
Bhutan is unique in more ways than one. Apart from being home to majestic valleys and the most picturesque mountains, it also has a very interesting cuisine to offer. The most distinctive characteristic of Bhutanese cuisine is its spiciness. Chilies are an essential ...
When it comes to spicy food, Asian countries are the most popular in the world. Every country’s got its own take on hot and spicy foods, with so many different delightful ways to burn your face off. Here are the best countries for those who love enjoying spicy dishes.
Beautiful Bhutan, or the land of the Thunder Dragon, is a unique fusion of the old and the new. The largely untouched Buddhist kingdom boasts a culture proud of its traditions but welcoming of contemporary art practices.
Autumn is one of the best times to travel to Asia, there is so much on offer, from lesser known festivals in Bhutan to stunning sidewalks dotted with autumn leaves in Japan and South Korea. This is the guide on the best places to spend autumn in Asia.
Bhutan, a tiny country in Asia, only began allowing tourism in the 1960s, so it can be tough to find practical travel information about this mysterious country. Intrigued and planning a visit? Here are some important things you should know about.
Festivals in Bhutan are known for its richness, vibrancy and happiness. The ancient expressions of Buddhist culture and legendary victories are re-enacted and celebrated around the country with such pomp and show that it attracts visitors and tourists from around the ...
Traditional Bhutanese food has been influenced by its neighbors, especially China, Tibet, and India. But like the country itself, the local cuisine has been able to maintain its unique character.