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Chubu Tsachu in Punakha, Bhutan is a sought-after hot spring destination, renowned for its therapeutic waters and situated near the Pochu River. The site, consisting of two pool houses split into sections for men and women, offers a unique social and relaxing experience. However, it struggles with infrastructural problems such as a lack of sanitation facilities, subpar accommodations, and water supply issues.

Despite the rustic, pyramid-shaped temporary lodgings and competitive booking for its three guesthouses, the site attracts a wide range of visitors from across Bhutan. It’s a hotspot for rejuvenation, serving both farmers and city dwellers, with a shifting atmosphere from prayer-filled mornings to serene evenings.

The route to Chubu Tsachu, though scenic, is hindered by poor roads. Travellers are advised to hire sturdy vehicles, with hopes of road improvements in the coming year. The article finishes by advocating for better development of Tsachu sites, suggesting they be treated as national highways with enhanced infrastructure to accommodate more visitors.

Zhabdrung Kuchoe is an important national holiday in Bhutan, celebrated annually in remembrance of the death anniversary of the great leader Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. It takes place on the 10th day of the 3rd month of the Bhutanese calendar and is celebrated with government offices and schools across the country remaining closed to pay respect. The central monastic body conducts special prayer ceremonies and offers thousands of butter lamps in dzongs and monasteries throughout Bhutan.  Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal entered meditation at the age of 58 for 12 years at Pungthang Dewai Chenpoi Phodrang in 1651, but his death was only formally announced in 1701.

Discover the ultimate green getaway at Katsho Eco Camp, nestled in the heart of Haa, Bhutan. Situated at a lofty 2,900 meters above sea level, this top-rated tourist destination provides a sanctuary for hikers and nature enthusiasts alike. Immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring Bhutanese landscape and let the exceptional experiences at Katsho Eco Camp invigorate and renew your spirit.

Bhutan, a small Himalayan kingdom, has gained worldwide recognition for its exceptional efforts in promoting environmental conservation and sustainability. Its “Zero Waste Hour” campaign, among other initiatives, is driving the country towards a sustainable future.

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. 

Bhutan, a small Himalayan country bordered by China and India, is known for its natural beauty, culture, and environmental sustainability. Plan your trip to experience its unique charm.

Bhutan has a reputation for being a high-end travel destination, and for good reason. Here are just a few of the reasons why Bhutan is considered a luxurious destination:

The Kingdom of Bhutan today reopens its borders to international guests following the COVID-19 pandemic. 

A total of 120 foreigners and 67 Bhutanese guests arrived at Paro International Airport today, on flights from Kathmandu, Delhi, Bangkok, and Calcutta. 

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. 

Health-conscious people in urban Bhutan begin their day jogging for a few kilometers every day. Those inclined to the Divine begin their day with prayers.