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Rimpung Dzhong is an example of the marvellous architecture of Bhutan....

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The mountains are magnificent, the forest are dense, the people are delightful, the air is pure, the architecture inspiring, the religion exciting and the art superb....

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These religious structures are soaked in myths and history, which makes them – extraordinary and revered....

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The monuments in Thimpu, as in the rest of Bhutan, are of typical Bhutanese architecture of monasteries, dzongs (forts), chortens, which have the most distinctive architectural forms....

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Last Day in Bhutan ends with adventure Last day in Bhutan ended up with an adrenaline rush....

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The people of Bhutan are the friendliest and nicest people I have ever met....

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Natives often wear the traditional outfit, respect their language (Dzongkha) and history, are well behaved and follow rules....

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Infact, I am putting up few tips and tricks that might help you travel in Bhutan!...

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It's architecture was amazing....

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Hanging on a precipitous cliff at 3120 meters above mean sea level, this monastery is an architectural marvel in itself....

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Fortunately for us our entry into Bhutan was nowhere close to the boom!...

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With its very distinct architectural style, intricate wood work with folklore etched into facades of buildings, bright colours and a sense of grandeur when it comes to both- the people and the architecture....

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An essential element of a Bhutan itinerary, the Paro Dzong is a prime example of the magnificence of Bhutanese architecture....

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And then the next day happened the road to Punakha...Bhutan's old center of activities....

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Paro was original ,pure and traditional Bhutan....

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As we disembarked from our flight the first thing that struck us was the very distinctive architectural style reflected in all of the buildings, unlike anything we had seen before....

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Takin is the national animal of Bhutan....

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Bhutan is not the usual December destination....

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Literally a Palace converted into a Hotel, this was beautiful architecture, with a stunning view from each room and the meditative feeling of Bhutan seeping through its walls....

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Nonetheless we completed our trek in time and saw the majestic wonder of architecture....

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Despite having a low per capita income, there are no beggars in Bhutan....

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