Bhutan : The Land Of Thunder Dragon

Looking at the heading, the first thing that makes us scratch our head is why it is called Land of Thunder Dragon.

In the national language of Bhutan i.e., Dzongkha, Bhutan is called Druk Yul, which means the kingdom of Druk and the Bhutanese people are called Druk Gyalpo, which translates into Kings of Thunder Dragon; and hence it is known as the Land of Thunder Dragon. 

Bhutan has always been far-famed for its natural beauty. Apart from that, Bhutan is the only country where the sale of tobacco is banned, making it unique from others.

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So, are you thinking of paying a visit to Bhutan? We are here to help you escape from the trouble of searching for destinations on your own.

We have prepared a list of the top places you can visit to make your journey more memorable

Tiger’s Nest, A day you will remember

Going to Bhutan and not Visiting Tiger’s nest monastery would leave your trip incomplete.

The monastery is huge, and it takes around 1 hour to make a complete tour of the monastery. The monastery is located at such a place that the only way you could reach it is by hiking, and it takes around 3-4 hours, making it a full-day tour. If you have a disabled person with you, you can hire a horse to carry them.

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The place is so beautiful that you would regret not bringing a camera with you.

Royal Manas National Park

If you are a nature-loving person, undoubtedly, this place is like heaven for you. You will find a wide range of endangered flora and fauna in this national Park.

It is the oldest and the largest National Park of Bhutan.

Royal Manas National Park is home to many species, such as The Bengal Tigers, Pangolins, One Horned Rhinoceros, and many more. And the National park also consists of over 200+ bird species, most of which are on the edge of being endangered.

Buddha Dordenma Statue

Apart from just being a massive statue of Buddha, what’s more, interesting about the statue is that the visitors watching the statue see only one Buddha. Still, in actuality, there are 125,000 miniature Buddhas inside of Big Buddha Chest. The size of the miniatures is between 8- 12 inches.

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