Xigaze Tourism & Travel Guide

The historically restricted gateway to the world's tallest mountain, which is in Tibet, will soon see more and more tourists....

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This summer me and my wife took a overland journey from London to Siliguri (my hometown in India) On the 14th day of our travel, we were looking out of our train window and enjoying the view of the semi frozen lake Baikal....

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Paro Taktsang: Remember the setting for Bruce Wayne’s ninja training in Batman Begins? Well.. yes! This is where a young Bruce turns into our favourite superhero! There is a lot I would like to share about this place. More on this can be found here.To Eat:Champaca Cafe: Located in the heart of the town, this place offered us some delicious pasta and cold shakes. The cafe provides the perfect ambience for writing at the end of a long day.Brioche Cafe: The chocolate pastries served here are to kill for!Take Away Cafe: This place deserves a special mention as it happens to be the only place where we went back for a second meal. The chowmein served here is great. But a must-try would be the mouth-watering beef momos.To Stay:Hotel K K: Extremely polite and friendly staff.. clean and spacious rooms.. the luxury of home-cooked meals. Yes, if one is looking for a budget hotel in the heart of the city, I would highly recommend this. The bathtub in my room was the icing on the cake! A special thanks to the owner Kinley, who was kind enough to help me carry my backpack upto the room. I don’t know what it was. The cold, misty weather.. the delight of seeing cars stopping without a whimper just to let a pedestrian cross the road.. mystifying penises (Phallus) on the walls.. the small rustic towns.. or the extremely simple and unassuming people here.. Towards the end of the sojourn, I knew there was something about this place that I would soon be coming back for! If you liked this post, be sure to check out : 12 Things You Must Know About Bhutan Before You Book Your Tickets This trip was originally published on 'Medium'.
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A stroll by the river, have your breakfast and head for Punakha Dzong, the second oldest and second largest dzong in Bhutan, is also the administrative center of Punakha. This dzong also enjoys a brilliant location, which is at the confluence of 2 rivers - a male river Pho Chhu and the female river, Mo Chhu.Precisely, the confluence of the 2 rivers aspect attracted me to this place and I included Punakha in my Bhutan itinerary.
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