If you are looking for fast paced urban ghettos we call cities or snazzy night life.... please stay away from Bhutan.
Bhutan is an experience which can be felt by nature lovers....easy going folks who want to experience "Living" in its truest sense.
It was one wintery evening when my wife and her friends from school decided to plan a family holiday and our Bhutan tickets were booked for June.
We landed at Bagdogra airport and soon headed to Bhutan via road. It took us 5 hours to reach Phuentsholing in Bhutan which is a border town on the Bhutan side.
After an overnight stay we applied for visas/permit in the morning and went on a walk of the small place. Not much to see in the town...but the sheer contrast in terms of cleanliness and orderliness from the Indian side makes you feel envious of the Bhutanese country and also makes you look forward to the trip.
We soon left for our next destination which was Thimpu....capital of Bhutan.
Note : Bhutan is a place where quality of life is paramount...which meant when we reached Phuentsholing at 9 pm Local time...there was nothing to eat either at the hotel or any other eatery in the town. So please ensure to order in advance and reach hotel by 8 pm everywhere in Bhutan.