Aue Therchen, an ebullient young entrepreneur, ardently pursues ventures within the realm of tourism. A Sikkim Manipal University alumnus, he holds a Bachelor’s in Computer Application from the esteemed Indian institution. Beyond his role as a driving force behind Truly Bhutan—a reputable Travel Company in Bhutan—Aue Therchen has been the Country Chapter luminary for The International Ecotourism Society since the dawn of 2019.
An illustrious career in tour guidance commenced in 2008, during which he has provided his services to notable personages such as the Tongan monarch (2012), the Canadian Chief Justice, and a bevy of distinguished foreign dignitaries and prosperous clientele. Supplementing his tour-guiding expertise, Aue Therchen has overseen ventures under the moniker Luxury Travels In Bhutan since 2011. Moreover, he holds the esteemed distinction of lifetime membership in the Guide Association of Bhutan.
A polyglot, Aue Therchen boasts fluency in English, Nepali, Hindi, Chinese, and Spanish, albeit his written proficiency encompasses solely English—excluding Dzongkhag, his mother tongue. On a personal level, this convivial gentleman harbors a fondness for literature, composition, and establishing connections with others. Additionally, he indulges in photography and altruistic pursuits during his moments of respite.
I have had the privilege to visit Bhutanese houses; both modern day flats displaying several characteristics of development and huts where families live in just two rooms. Every house has an altar, with water offerings and water offerings made.
Health-conscious people in urban Bhutan begin their day jogging for a few kilometers every day. Those inclined to the Divine begins their day with prayers. What one does in a day is also prescribed by social, economical, and other elements. There are several factors that dictate how one starts their day.
If there is a heaven, if there is one, would not be a piece of land spread over a beach with luxury displayed ostentatiously? It cannot be like a world created through human innovation by giants of Wall Street. It ought to be a place with Nature in its most original form; virgin peaks epitomizing beauty. And it has to be Bhutan.