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Nestled in the eastern end of Himalayas, humbly flaunting its Dzongs and landscape, Bhutan is a prime destination in every traveler’s wishlist. Visiting Bhutan is like touching something rare; and it is so because of the isolation in which its beauty lies.
For lazing around and taking a glimpse of the touristy – side of Bhutan, Thimpu, has a lot to offer. Changangkha Lakhang (the oldest temple in Bhutan) lies in central Thimpu, like a holy symphony, bustling with pilgrim activities. Although we suggest you to shop from the (lesser-visited but cheaper) Paro bazaar, Thimpu bazaar sells Buddhist paintings, traditional Bhutanese clothes – kira and gho, souvenirs, yak horns, solid perfumes, stone paintings, etc.
This hidden land of steep roads and deep valleys can be experienced best when visited at leisure. The rivers, the mountains, the culture, and the people, do call in for a deeper immersion.
Why not add some happiness to your Personal Happiness Index too by visiting Bhutan?