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Tour Details

 Durations : 5 Night / 6 Days
  • 3 Night Thimpu
  • 2 Night Paro
Quickly turning to be one of the most sort-after travel destinations, Bhutan has too much on platter for you to satiate your travel appetite. From its rich and diverse flora and fauna to its rugged mountains and valleys, it boasts of spectacular beauty like none other destination in its class. So, come and make the most of this rejuvenating opportunity by experiencing the pristine and unspoilt environs of Bhutan alongside a warm hospitality extended by the respectful local people, who are joyfully deep-rooted in their Buddhist traditions and beliefs
 Tour Itinerary

Day 1:
Arrive Paro And Depart To Thimphu (70 Kms | 2 Hours Approximately)
In the morning, Board your flight for Paro.
On arrival, you will be met upon arrival by a MakeMyTrip representative who will transfer you to your hotel in Thimphu.
Thimphu: Capital to the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, Thimphu is one of the smallest capitals in the world. Thimphu is a gallery of traditional Bhutanese art, architecture, culture, and tradition and above all still so ethnic and pure. For most part of its history, Bhutan has tried consciously to save its culture from the blunt influences of the western world. It is not that modernity has not reached this region, but they are being introduced in a phased and balanced manner that is unheard of at any place in the world. All these make Thimphu and other parts of the country a unique destination.

Upon arrival, proceed for check-in at your hotel. Spend rest of the evening at leisure enjoy the warm dinner before you go to bed!
Meals: Dinner

Day 2:
Thimphu - Sightseeing
After breakfast, proceed for Buddha view point, Simtokha Dzong, and Memorial Chorten.
Buddha View Point: Another place from where you can get a good overview of the Thimphu valley is from the Buddha point (Kuensel Phodrang). It is again a short drive from the town. You can pay your obeisance and offer prayers to the Buddha, the largest statue in the country and then walk around and take a glimpse of the valley.

Simtokha Dzong: monastery was built in 1627 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. It houses the Institute for Language and Cultural Studies. The carvings behind the prayer wheel in the courtyard are a major attraction of this temple.

Memorial Chorten: also known as the Thimphu Chorten, is a chorten in Thimphu, Bhutan, located on Doeboom Lam in the southern-central part of the city near the main roundabout and Indian military hospital.

National Museum of Paro: Housed inside the revamped Ta-dzong building in Paro, National Museum of Bhutan is a cultural museum that has put on display the antique items gathered from different parts of the country.

After lunch, visit Textile Museum and Takin Mini zoo.
Textile Museum: is worth a visit to get to know the living national art of weaving. Exhibitions introduce the major weaving techniques, styles of local dress and textiles made by women and men.

Takin Mini Zoo: The Takin is the national animal of Bhutan, and looks like a cross between a cow and a goat. Legend has it that the animal was created by the great Buddhist yogi, Drupa Kunley, and it can be found only in Bhutan and nearby areas.
In the evening, return to your hotel for a delicious dinner and an overnight stay.
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Day 3:
Thimphu - Punakha - Thimphu (Approx 137 Kms | 5 Hrs)
After breakfast today, proceed to Punakha.
Punakha: Punakha used to be the winter capital of Bhutan. There is a fortress called the Punakha Dzong. The Dzong now serves as the residence of the royal family when they visit, the Rimpoche or Head Lama and also of the District Administrator called the Dzongdha. Punakha has one of the best public schools in the country, which used to be adminstered by the Jesuit priests from the Doicese of Darjeeling. Later the Bhutan government threw away all the missionaries and appointed local persons as Heads of all institutions and offices. There are two small rivers called Po Chhu and Mo Chhu that meet at Punakha and then run south. Punakha is a beautiful valley with tropical climate right through the year. This used to be a dead end road town, but now there are many roads and the place has graduated from a one bus a day town to a fairly well connected place.

Today you will also visit Dochula view point stop and Punakha Dzong.

Dochula view point stop: The first stop after leaving Thimphu on the journey East is Dochula pass at 3100m. Only about 45 minutes from Thimphu, it offers visitors their first glimpse of the Himalayan range. The road to Punakha branches left and curls its way down to the relatively low lands of the Punakha valley.

Punakha Dzong: Majestically standing on an island between the confluence of the Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu rivers, the city's dzong is one of the most photogenic of all Bhutan's ancient fortresses, and you will see pictures of it hanging in hotels and restaurants throughout the country. The dzong is joined to the mainland by an arched wooden bridge, and contains many precious relics from the days when successive kings reigned the kingdom from this valley. The dzong serves as the winter home of the monastic body.
In the evening, return to your hotel in Thimphu for a delicious dinner and an overnight stay.
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Day 4:
Thimphu - Paro (70km/ 2hrs)
After breakfast this morning, go for sightseeing to National Library, Painting School.
National Library: housing an extensive collection of priceless Buddhist manuscripts; the Institute for Zorig Chusum (commonly known as the Painting School) where students undergo a 6-year training course in Bhutan 13 traditional arts and crafts.

Later during the day, start your drive to Paro.

Paro: Paro is a historic town with many sacred sites and historical buildings scattered through the area. In addition, the Paro Valley is wide and verdant and is recognized a one of the most beautiful in all Bhutan. However, apart from the main street (which is constructed of traditional wooden structures), the bazaar area is a nondescript hodgepodge of concrete buildings that is totally bereft of charm and character.

Upon arrival at Paro, check into hotel and have lunch (on direct payment basis).
Later, visit Drukgyal Ruin Dzong.

Drukgyal Ruin Dzong: Drukgyal Dzong was a fortress and Buddhist monastery, now in ruins, located in the upper part of the Paro valley in Paro District of Bhutan. The Dzong was probably built by Tenzin Drukdra in 1649 at the behest of Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal to commemorate victory over an invasion from Tibet. In the early 1950s Drukgyal Dzong was almost completely destroyed by fire.
In the evening, return to your hotel for a delicious dinner and an overnight stay.
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Day 5:
Paro - Sightseeing
Morning after breakfast go on for excursion tour to Chele La Pass.

Chele La Pass: At over 13,000 ft to the west above the Paro Valley is the highest road pass in the country and has amazing views of the Himalaya and most significantly the magnificent Jhomolari, Bhutan's most sacred peak at over 22,000 feet. It is a one and a half hour drive from the valley floor in Paro to the pass. The views from here are absolutely mind boggling as the sweep of the snow clad Himalayas lie before you.

On return from Chele La, visit National Museum of Paro and orientation of Tiger Nest Temple.
National Museum of Paro: Housed inside the revamped Ta-dzong building in Paro, National Museum of Bhutan is a cultural museum that has put on display the antique items gathered from different parts of the country.

Tiger Nest Temple: The most famous of Bhutanese monasteries. It is said that Guru Rinpoche arrived here on the back of a tigress and meditated at this monastery hence it is called Tiger Nest. Precariously perched on the edge of 1,200 meter cliff, this monastery creates an impressive sight, and is the unofficial symbol of Bhutan. It is about 2-3 hour, totally up-hill hike from the parking lot to the monastery, though there is a cafe located on ridge across from the Taktsang (about 90 minutes into the walk) that provides a welcome opportunity to take a rest and purchase refreshments and snacks. Taktsang was established as a sacred place for meditation by Guru Rinpoche who visited the site on his second visit to Bhutan in 747 CE, though the first monastery was not constructed until 1694. In 1998 a tragic fire destroyed most of the original buildings, but these have since been painstakingly restored to their former glory.
Return back to hotel in the evening and spend rest of the day at leisure. Dinner & overnight at the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Day 6:
After breakfast you will be transferred to Paro Airport to board your onward flight.
Meals: Breakfast

 Package Price
Rs. 26,799/- *
USD 500.308/- *
EUR 386.373/- *
GBP 310.693/- *
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Secluded in the towering heights of the Himalayas, on the banks of the Wangchu River, Thimphu is known to be one of the strangest capital cities in the world. With no glitzy towers, urban grime or traffic signals, it has consciously stayed away from modernisation and sought to fiercely guard its identity against all else. Although little recorded history remains of Thimphu's true foundation, heritage and traditions have helped shape an identity that is unique to Bhutan. Archaeological evidence tell tales of ancient settlements here around 2000 BC, but no written records before 2 AD were ever found. Lost in time, and forgotten by most, the city was revived in the 8th century AD by a Buddhist monk, Guru Padmasambhava, who founded many monasteries here, and established Buddhism.

Terraced rice fields, traditional Bhutanese architecture and the all-encompassing innocence of the locals will disarm you completely. Visit the Tashichho Dzong, which is home to the King of Bhutan, and one of the most important landmarks in the country. Study and marvel at the exquisite wall murals at the National Memorial Chorten and gain an insight into Buddhist philosophy. Revel in reading a page from the largest book in the world at the National Library which has a collection of rare editions that date back to a hundred years. Stop over at the post office as you wander into the morning market, and admire curious Bhutanese stamps.

Wild and raw, Thimphu’s lush countryside is a haven for nature lovers. Trek through the wooded jungles of Jigme Dorji National Park and listen to birdsong. The sign at the entrance which says 'Leave nothing but footprints, take nothing but memories', encapsulates Bhutan's belief in an idealistic state of 'happiness' and living in tune with nature with following a GHP (Gross Happiness Product) instead of GDP (Gross Domestic Product) as a way of living.

Lose yourself in the colours of Thimphu when festival season descends with a feverish fervour. The sacred masked dancers stomp and twirl to enact the teachings of Guru Rinpoche at the Thimphu Tsechu (festival). Cheer at a local archery competition as young men compete against each other to show off their skill. Unwind, finally, into the solitary comfort of your hotel room with a warm cup of Bhutanese butter tea and let the peace embrace you softly.

Regal and resilient, Thimphu lets you in on an ancient culture that is so virgin and untouched, that it is almost truly a final frontier. Everything you need and nothing more, is what this beautiful Kingdom offers. Spice up your journey with a plateful of fiery hot Bhutanese Chillies, stroll down muddy slopes on the back of a yak or spend the day at a farm learning the nuances of red rice farming. In the afternoon, retire to cheer the crowd at a local archery competition, and take up the challenge of striking bulls-eye. Time stops for you to enjoy every moment here. One of the best qualities about Bhutan is that it keeps you forever guessing. There is no use of routine, time-keeping or discipline. Holiday here if you have been searching for solace in all the wrong places, for as long as you are in Thimphu, nonchalance is simply too hard to resis

History laden and mysterious, Paro, Bhutan's most beautiful town, conjures images of ancient warriors, pristine wilderness and long forgotten customs. Strewn with traditional houses, monasteries, bars and ripening rice fields, life is a paradox of choices here. Refresh your mind with old world wisdoms by taking up the challenge to climb to the Taktsang Monastery, nestled on the edge of a precariously high cliff and meditate on the ways of the world. Take in the view of Mount Chomolhari majestically rising in the distance. Unravel mysteries of the unknown at the National Museum which holds together a thousand years of history. Let the scented, fresh breeze from the valley seduce you as you sip slowly on therapeutic Butter Tea. Ta Dzong and Rinpung Dzong are curious little historical gems that will take you down memory lane. Better still, visit a local farmhouse and revel in simpler pleasures of stacking hay, tending to cattle and relaxing after an energizing day out in the fields.

Explore the quirkier side of Bhutanese culture, right from protective 'phallus' paintings in the front of homes to drinking Rice Wine and Beer in the townside. Trek into the lush, haunting Paro Valley that once formed part of the historic Silk Route where traders between Central Asia, China and India once carried spices and raw silk from lands afar. Lose yourself in the depths of the endless green of Jigme Dorji National Park, which is known to be the only National Park in Bhutan where you can see all of the country's national symbols. Search the rugged terrain for the rare Blue Poppy, the country's national flower. Used for centuries in Tibetan and Chinese medicine, they grow in abundance in Chelsea Pass. Enjoy the sight of the strange and mysterious Takin, the national animal that many believe to be the divine offspring of the cow and the goat. The proud raven, the national bird which adorns the royal crown, isn't hard to spot with its squawking and its silky black feathers. The hillside is dotted with towering cypress trees, the national tree of the country.

Enjoy a game of Dha (archery) when sporting fever descends upon Paro, and cheer with the crowds. Visit the Sunday market and top your bag with a whole range of unique Bhutanese goods like Chugo (dry yak cheese), juniper incense and Khoo (dried cow skin) that is eaten as a snack here. Paro invites you to experience a world that is timeless.

 Package Inclusion
  • Round trip airfare with taxes upto Paro from Kolkata
  • Filghts will be on Druk Air
  • Sightseeing as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
  • All applicable Hotel / Transport taxes
  • Excursion to Punakha
  • Airport to Meeting point transfers will be arranged by the available vehicle on sharing basis
 Terms and Conditions
  • All the customers need to carry original Voter ID or Passport to travel to Bhutan, and passengers with child(ren) need to carry Birth Certificate along with School ID card
  • To travel to Punakha you need to get permit and to get that you need to submit clear scanned copies of the voter ID card and Passport, for Kids Birth Certificate. Also same original document you need to carry while traveling to Bhutan.
  • Per person rates (in Rs) - applicable on 2 persons staying together sharing the same room
  • Service tax extra as applicable
  • Package rates are subject to change without prior notice
  • Meal plan: EP - Accommodation only, CP - Accommodation with breakfast, MAP - Accommodation with breakfast, lunch or dinner, AP - Accommodation with breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • The package cannot be combined with any other offer. Refund on cancellation strictly depends upon concerned hotels' cancellation policy
  • Right Travels Inc reserves the right to change/modify or terminate the offer any time at its own discretion and without any prior notice
  • Only Indian citizens are entitled to make an instant/online booking on the site as these rates are not valid for foreign nationals/foreign passport holders
  • In case of unavailability in mentioned hotels, alternate accommodation will be arranged in a similar category hotel
  • Cash back of Rs 1000 will be given once the travel gets over (applicable only for online bookings)
  • Exclusive: an SUV vehicle-INR 15000/- per vehicle for the entire tour
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.
  • In case carrier is Air Asia, package price does not include charges for checked baggage and meals.

Destination Information

The Kingdom of Bhutan is a landlocked state in South Asia, located at the eastern end of the Himalayas and bordered to the south, east and west by the Republic of India and to the north by the People's Republic of China. Bhutan is separated from the nearby country of Nepal to the west by the Indian state of Sikkim, and from Bangladesh to the south by the Indian states of Assam and West Bengal. Buddhism was first introduced to Bhutan in the 7th century AD. The capital and largest city is Thimphu. In 2007, Bhutan made the transition from absolute monarchy to constitutional monarchy, holding its first general election. It hosted the sixteenth SAARC summit in April 2010. The total area of the country has been reported as 38,394 square kilometers (14,824 sq mi) since 2002. The area had previously been reported as approximately 46,500 km2 (18,000 sq mi) in 1997. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the country expelled or forced to leave nearly one fifth of its population in the name of preserving its Tibetan Mahayana Buddhist culture and identity.

It is estimated that between two thirds and three quarters of the Bhutanese population follow Vajrayana Buddhism, which is also the state religion. About one quarter to one third are followers of Hinduism. Other religions account for less than 1% of the population. The current legal framework, in principle guarantees freedom of religion; proselytism, however, is forbidden by a royal government decision and by judicial interpretation of the Constitution.
Buddhism was introduced to Bhutan in the 7th century AD. Tibetan king Songtsän Gampo (reigned 627–49), a convert to Buddhism, ordered the construction of two Buddhist temples, at Bumthang in central Bhutan and at Kyichu (near Paro) in the Paro Valley. Approximately two-thirds to three-quarters of the population practice Drukpa Kagyupa or Ningmapa Buddhism, both of which are disciplines of Mahayana Buddhism. Approximately one-quarter of the population is ethnic Nepalese and practice Hinduism. Christians, both Roman Catholic and Protestant, and non-religious groups comprise less than 1 percent of the population.

Cradled in the folds of the Himalayas, Bhutan has relied on its geographic isolation to protect itself from outside cultural influences. A sparsely populated country bordered by India to the south and China to the north, Bhutan has long maintained a policy of strict isolationism, both culturally and economically, with the goal of preserving its cultural heritage and independence. Only in the last decades of the 20th century were foreigners allowed to visit the country, and only then in limited numbers. In this way, Bhutan has successfully preserved many aspects of a culture which dates directly back to the mid-17th century.
Modern Bhutanese culture derives from ancient culture. This culture affected the early growth of this country. Dzongkha and Sharchop, the principal Bhutanese languages, are closely related to Tibetan, and Bhutanese monks read and write the ancient variant of the Tibetan language known as chhokey. Bhutanese are physically similar to the Tibetans. Himalayas and settled in the south-draining valleys of Bhutan. Both Tibetans and Bhutanese revere the tantric guru Padmasambhava the founder of Himalayan Buddhism in the 8th century. Bhutanese Music has traditional genres such as Zhungdra, Boedra, and a modern genre called Rigsar. Bhutanese musicians include: Jigme Drukpa, who is also a leading Bhutanese musicologist.

Bhutan's climate is as varied as its altitudes and, like most of Asia, is affected by monsoons. Western Bhutan is particularly affected by monsoons that bring between 60 and 90 percent of the region's rainfall. The climate is humid and subtropical in the southern plains and foothills, temperate in the inner Himalayan valleys of the southern and central regions, and cold in the north, with year-round snow on the main Himalayan summits. Temperatures in Thimphu, located at 2,200 meters above sea level in west-central Bhutan, range from approximately 15° C to 26° C during the monsoon season of June through September but drop to between about -4° C and 16° C in January. In the south, a hot, humid climate helps maintain a fairly even temperature range of between 15° C and 30° C year-round, although temperatures sometimes reach 40° C in the valleys during the summer. And finally in Winter northeast monsoon brings gale-force winds down through high mountain passes, giving Bhutan its name—(Drukyul ), which mean Land of the Thunder Dragon.

Drukpa or Bhutanese language is the national and official language of Bhutan. A total of 19 languages are spoken in Bhutan. Dzongkha is Bhutan’s official language. It literally means ‘the language spoken in the dzongs and administrative centers in all the districts of Bhutan’. It has its roots in the old-Tibetan language, spoken by the people of Western Bhutan. In 1992 the first edition of a book was published, describing the grammar of Dzongkha. Besides Dzongkha there are two major languages spoken by the people of Bhutan: Sharchokpa (spoken in Eastern Bhutan) and Nepali (spoken in Southern Bhutan).

Because of the ethnic diversity of the Bhutanese people, there are also 19 dialects and languages spoken throughout the country. You will be able to communicate with many in English though; it’s the instruction language in schools and therefore widely spoken.

The staple foods of Bhutan are red rice (like brown rice in texture, but with a nutty taste), buckwheat, and increasingly maize. The diet in the hills also includes chicken, yak meat, beef, pork, pork fat and mutton. Soups and stews of meat, rice, ferns, lentils, and dried vegetables spiced with chillies and cheese are a favourite meal during the cold seasons. Zow shungo is a rice dish mixed with leftover vegetables. Ema datshi, made very spicy with cheese and chillies, akin to chili con queso, might be called the national dish for its ubiquity and the pride that Bhutanese have for it. Other foods include jasha maru, a chicken dish; phaksha paa and fried rice. Dairy foods, particularly butter and cheese from yaks and cows, are also popular, and indeed almost all milk is turned into butter and cheese. Popular beverages include: butter tea, black tea, locally brewed ara (rice wine), and beer. Spices include: curry, cardamom, ginger, chillies, garlic, turmeric, and caraway.
When offered food, one says meshu meshu, covering one's mouth with the hands in refusal according to Bhutanese manners, and then gives in on the second or third offer.

Bhutan itself has a refreshing green valleys, awesome snow-capped peaks, the scintillating exotic landscapes, variety of the floral species, rare and exotic faunas, streams of copper-blue waters and gorgeous waterfalls and several fascinating natural and man- made tourist spots. This splendid paradise on earth, lap of the mighty Himalayas, is flanked by the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh in the East, Nepal in the West, and Tibet in the north. Some tourist spots are located here with :

• Notable features of Bhutan
• Paro Valley
• Thimpu Valley
• Phuentsholling (it’s a small town)
• Bunthang valley

Some other attraction’s like: Wangdi Dzong, Tongsa , Mongar , Chelala Pass etc also there to roam around.

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Cost and Dates

Package Type: Price Per Person on Twin Sharing
Rs. 26,799/- *
USD 500.308/- *
EUR 386.373/- *
GBP 310.693/- *
Validity: Upto May 30, 2012
(For other location please contact OR Send Query)

Hotel Details

Star Category:
City: Thimpu
Nestled in a private oasis of panoramic tranquility lies an elegant stretch of Bhutanese architectural gems strung together to exemplify the spirit of Terma Linca. Framed by lush paddy fields and snow-fed waters of the Wangchhu, Terma Linca is situated merely five kilometers away from the urban expanse of Thimphu.

Hotel Facilities
Lawns/Gardens | Business Centre | Conference Hall | Restaurant | Taxi Services | Babysitting Service | Gymnasium | Wi-Fi Enabled | Dining Hall | Bar | Discotheque | Airport Transfer | Guide Service | Indoor Pool (Bhutanese Hot Stone Bath) | Health Club | Massage Centre | Laundry | Bicycles on hire | Shuttle Service | Sightseeing | Yoga Meditation Centre | Yoga Classes | Outdoor Activities | Spa | Room service (24 hrs) | Travel Desk | Bonfire

Room Amenities
The hotel has 30 rooms echoing with serenity and stillness exemplifying the union of luxury and nature, a hallmark of this iconic gateway. For a discerning traveler, this is a complete experience in itself. The rooms have following facilities:

Cable T.V. | Satellite T.V. | DVD Player | Intercom Facility | Wi-Fi Internet Access | Snack Basket | Fruit Basket | Mini Bar | Tea/Coffee Maker | Mineral Water | Iron & Ironing Board | Safe Deposit Locker | Hot/Cold Water | Bathroom Toiletries

Multi-cuisine Restaurant | Bar

Internet: Available | Parking Facility: Available

Check-in Time: 12:00pm | Check-out Time: 12:00pm
Star Category:
City: Paro
Nak-Sel, a community-based project that is eco friendly and Energy Saver efficient, blends the heritage of traditional Bhutanese architecture and the comfort of modern amenities. Elaborate hand-carved pillars and beautiful stonework exemplify the essence of Bhutan while tapered mud-brick walls provide insulation and restful silence.

Hotel Facilities
Business Centre | Free High-Speed Internet | Free Parking | Restaurant | Room Service | Suites | Wheelchair access

Room Amenities
All the rooms, suites, and cottage in the hotel have mesmerizing views of the Mount Jumolhari, Taktsang Monastery, Sangachoekhor Monastery, and the Paro valley below.

Spacious suite (46 m2) with custom wood flooring | Two queen-sized beds | Sofa set | Under-floor heating in room and bathroom | Telephone connection with local and IDD facilities | Wireless internet connection | Flat screen TV with cable connection | Attached private bathroom | Hair dryer | Mini Bar | Electronic Personal Safe | Complimentary tea and coffee making facilities

Internet: Available | Parking: Available

Check-in Time: 12:00pm | Check-out Time: 2:00pm
Star Category:
City: Paro
A reasonable hotel, hotel Olathang provides limited facilities. However, it can still be considered to be a worthy staying option. Facilities provided at hotel Olathang are business center, conference hall, taxi services etc. Paro International Airport is situated at a distance of 5 kms from the hotel.

Hotel Facilities
Lawns/Gardens | Bar | Travel Desk | Business Center | Conference Hall | Laundry | Taxi Services | Airport Transfer | Guide Service | Yoga Meditation Center | Yoga Classes | Massage Center | SPA | Sightseeing | Bonfire

Room Amenities
Television | Intercom | Sofa Unit | Study Table | Room Heater | Shower Area | Bath Tub | Geyser in Bathroom | Hot/Cold Water | Bathroom Toiletries

Internet: Available (Chargeable) | Parking Facility: Available

Check-In Time: 12:00 PM | Check- Out Time: 12:00 PM
Star Category:
City: Thimpu
Hotel Migmar is a super deluxe hotel that is conveniently located one kilometer away from the main town. This hotel is the latest addition to the Bhutan's Hotels & Resorts list of treasures. Hotel Migmar aspires to offer individual guests an experience of being surrounded by nature, blending it with lavish luxury in the abode of the Gods. Hotel Migmar is built on the contemporary theme and yet has a unique blend of Bhutanese architecture and modern amenities.

Hotel Facilities
Business Center | Fitness Center | Free High-Speed Internet | Free Parking | Restaurant | Room Service | Swimming Pool | Wheelchair access

Room Amenities
Hotel Migmar offers the guests a choice from 17 tastefully decorated rooms. The rooms contain all modern amenities. Beds | Desk | Table lamp | Clean sheets
Star Category:
City: Thimpu
Located on Chang Lam Street in Thimpu, Hotel Kisa offers the best views of the stadium, cricket ground and the archery range. It also offers a convenient access to interesting sights, shopping and local flavor within a short walking distance.

Hotel Facilities
Banquet cum conference hall | Business centre | Internet connectivity | Currency exchange | Airport transfers | Taxi | Secretarial services | Mail and currency services | Car and coach parking | 24 hour security service

Room Amenities
The hotel offers accommodation in Standard, Deluxe and Deluxe Superior Rooms and Luxury Suites. All the guestrooms are provided with 32-inches flat screen TV with cable and satellite connectivity.

Electric kettle | Personal electronic safes | Hairdryer | 24 hour room service | Laundry service | Wireless internet service

Restaurant: The hotel has an in-house multi-cuisine restaurant serving dishes from American, Continental, Thai, Indian and Chinese cuisines.

The hotel also has a coffee bar with a lounge and serves some special blends of coffee and tea. Bar: The coffee bar turns into a bar in its literal sense as the sunsets and serves time tested spirits to keep you wanting for more.

Internet: Available | Parking Facility: Available

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