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Introducing Thimphu

Known for its stunning natural beauty and remarkable culture, Thimphu is the managerial capital and biggest city of the grand kingdom of Bhutan. Being the most current city of Bhutan with various eateries, bistros, clubs and strip malls, Thimphu has held its cultural identity. The presence of spirituality and the beautiful Buddhist traditions fills the atmosphere with serenity. Bhutan has a great deal of religious locales and spots of legacy to visit, for example, the Buddha Dordenma Statue, TashichhoDzong cloister and stronghold, the National Memorial Chorten, National Folk Heritage Museum, National Textile Museum, Changangkha Lhakhang religious community, Motithang Takin Preserve and a large group of different destinations. The greater part of the travel industry rotates around the heavenly locales of Buddhism, both present day and antiquated ones. Be that as it may, nature related visits, treks, climbs and trail strolling are exceptionally mainstream here also because of the normal excellence of the encompassing territories of Thimpu and the district as a rule.


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Encompassed by slopes of the Himalayan mountain run on all sides and arranged high up in the mountains, it has a calm atmosphere. Winters can be cold with temperatures routinely diving underneath zero...
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History & culture
Thimphu, as a capital city has a generally ongoing history. It was assigned as a capital city in 1960 by the then King, Jigme DorjiWangchuck. Before that it was a waterway valley with villages, for ex...
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Thimpu depends on the banks of the Raidak stream and as opposed to being a spread out city, it is progressively similar to a prolonged stretch along the waterway valley. Thimpu is situated in the West...
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