• Travel Now : Bhutan Entry Permit

    Citizens of India, Bangladesh and Maldives need a permit and rest all needs Visa. The Permit you can collect from Phuentsholing or Paro Airport immigration office in valid to 7 days or 14 days and you can get only for Thimphu and Paro. To extend your stay you need to go to Thimphu permit office and can be extended for 30 days. Permits are issued free of cost New Here? - Hi! My name is Amit. I upload once in a week! Vlogs, tech, travel and lifestyle! I live in INDIA. Big fan of traveling, tech, social media and Food. Subscribe & say hi! to me on Facebook and Instagram!

    published: 27 Mar 2017
  • Phuentsholing Bus Stand (Bhutan)

    Phuentsholing is a small town of Bhutan situated near Indian border. The gate between India and Bhutan is called Bhutan gate. This is currently the only route to go from India to Bhutan by road. There is an immigration office in Phuentsholing near the gate. There are quite a few hotels and restaurants in Phuentsholing. Indians can apply and get entry permit within 2-3 hours by showing passport or voter ID. Thre are a couple of monasteries in Phuentsholing and some beautiful prayer wheels. You can get buses and taxis from here to Paro and Thimphu. Phuentsholing is at the foot of the hill. The elevation starts soon after phuentsholing while going towards Thimphu.

    published: 01 Jan 2017
  • bhutan office(music video)

    in bhutan office,Tashicell(wasting time) (bangalore graduates)

    published: 10 Nov 2009
  • Exploring the Border Town of Phuentsholing while going to Bhutan

    Phuentsholing is a small town of Bhutan situated near Indian border. The gate between India and Bhutan is called Bhutan gate. This is currently the only route to go from India to Bhutan by road. There is an immigration office in Phuentsholing near the gate. There are quite a few hotels and restaurants in Phuentsholing. Indians can apply and get entry permit within 2-3 hours by showing passport or voter ID. Thre are a couple of monasteries in Phuentsholing and some beautiful prayer wheels. You can get buses and taxis from here to Paro and Thimphu. Phuentsholing is at the foot of the hill. The elevation starts soon after phuentsholing while going towards Thimphu.

    published: 04 Nov 2016
  • Exploring Phuentsholing while going to Bhutan

    Phuentsholing is a small town of Bhutan situated near Indian border. The gate between India and Bhutan is called Bhutan gate. This is currently the only route to go from India to Bhutan by road. There is an immigration office in Phuentsholing near the gate. There are quite a few hotels and restaurants in Phuentsholing. Indians can apply and get entry permit within 2-3 hours by showing passport or voter ID. Thre are a couple of monasteries in Phuentsholing and some beautiful prayer wheels. You can get buses and taxis from here to Paro and Thimphu. Phuentsholing is at the foot of the hill. The elevation starts soon after phuentsholing while going towards Thimphu.

    published: 16 Jan 2015
  • Lyonchhen Tshering Tobgay, Prime Minister of Bhutan's first year in the office

    published: 25 Feb 2015
  • Trip of Bhutan || Journey to a peaceful Country || Amazing Bhutan

    Bhutan - western region - Paro, Thimphu, Punakha -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Places to Visit in Bhutan:- 1.Taktsang Palphug Monastery (Paro) 2. Punakha Dzong (Punakha) 3.Dochula Pass (Thimphu) 4.Buddha Dordenma (Thimphu) 5.Tashichho Dzong (Thimpu Dzong) (Thimphu) 6.Chele La Pass (Paro) 7.Rinpung Dzong (Paro) 8.Punakha Suspension Bridge (Punakha) 9.Thimphu Chorten (Memorial Chorten) (Thimphu) 10.Chimi L'hakhang Temple (Punakha) 11.National Museum (Paro) 12.Bhutan Post Office Headquarters (Thimphu) 13.Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten (Punakha) 14.Tachogang Lhakhang Bridge (Paro) 15.Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan (Thimphu) 16.Clock Tower Square (Thimphu) 17.Kichu Lakhang (Paro) 18.National Folk Heritage Museum (Thimphu) 19.Motithang Takin Pr...

    published: 15 Apr 2017
  • BHUTAN TRIP VLOG STYLE REVIEW | Mumbai to Paro/Thimpu/Punakha

    This video is a part of our Weekly Tuesday Vlog series.Viewers are expected to watch the video with a light heart and free mind.You can get really hungry while watching so please have a plate full and enjoy the ride. VLOG #WTV 66 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- #Travel Route Travel Route [Website] : http://bit.ly/2mbudeN Shashank : 9769750575 Instagram : travelroute31 Email id : travelroute31@gmail.com FB Page : http://bit.ly/2nVJ2Di Trip Breakup [Rate for a couple] : Air Fare [BOM - CCU] : 22000 Air Fare [CCU - PBH] : 34000 Hotel expenses : 39500 [ +9% tax] Vehicle expenses : 22700 [ +9% tax] Total Cost : 1,23,798 Rs. Per Person : 61899 Rs. [For more detail contact Travel route] -----------------------------------------------------------...

    published: 21 Mar 2017
  • Tashichho Dzong in Thimphu : Bhutan

    Tashichhoedzong is a Buddhist monastery and fortress on the northern edge of the city of Thimpu in Bhutan, on the western bank of the Wang Chu. It has traditionally been the seat of the Druk Desi (or "Dharma Raja"), the head of Bhutan's civil government, an office which has been combined with the kingship since the creation of the monarchy in 1907, and summer capital of the country. It was built by the first Dharma Raja, who also founded the Lho-drukpa sect of Buddhism, which has remained the distinctive sect of Bhutan. The correct transliteration of the vernacular name—Bkrashis-chhos-rdzong, meaning "the fortress of auspicious doctrine"—is, according to Dr. Graham Sandberg, Tashichhoidzong. The main structure of the whitewashed building is two-storied with three-storied towers at ea...

    published: 12 Jun 2013
  • Bhutan travel guide (HD 1080p)

    Bhutan travel guide, Taktsang Monastery, Paro, Bhutan trip, Bhutan - Paro tourism & vacations Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube Bhutan is a small country in the Himalayas between the Tibet Autonomous Region of China and India. Besides the stunning natural scenery, the enduring image of the country for most visitors is the strong sense of culture and tradition that binds the kingdom and clearly distinguishes it from its larger neighbours. Bhutan is the only Vajrayana Buddhist nation in the world, and the profound teachings of this tradition remain well preserved and exert a strong influence in all aspects of life. Due to its pristine environment and harmonious society, the tiny Kingdom of Bhutan has been called "The Last Sh...

    published: 10 May 2016
  • Bhutan Broadcasting's Documentary on Mountain Hazelnuts

    Bhutan Broadcasting Service (BBS) documentary on Mountain Hazelnuts, as televised on national television in 2013 and 2014 This documentary was made to mark the first hazelnut harvest and the planting of almost 2 million hazelnut trees by Mountain Hazelnut Venture. The documentary outlines the company's mission, the markets for hazelnut and documents current operations in: Thimphu, Lingmethang and Ngatshang nurseries, and in farmers' fields across the country. It also informs viewers about the importance of growing hazelnuts on fallow land in villages and the social, environmental and economic benefits that communities would experience.

    published: 21 Oct 2013
  • A BIKER’S GUIDE TO BHUTAN

    Based on the experience from our ride in Bhutan, we’ve highlighted a few important things that a biker must prepare for, when visiting the country. A. Documentation needed to enter Bhutan: 1.Passport 2.Photographs (2 nos.) 3.Bike RC (original) 4.Bike insurance 5.Driving license 6.Details of hotel bookings 7.Copies of all above mentioned documentation (2 sets) B. Procedure at immigration, during entry into Bhutan: Upon your arrival at the India-Bhutan border, you will first need to go to the Immigration office to process your biometrics and photograph, after which you will receive your personal permit. At the Immigration Desk, foreigners are required to get an entry stamp in their passports. It is worthwhile to mention that you must declare if you are carrying cigarettes...

    published: 05 Apr 2017
  • Paro chhu river, Bhutan, My first visit to Bhutan

    Paro Chhu River, Bhutan It was my first visit to the beautiful country Bhutan. It was an office tour.

    published: 29 Oct 2016
  • office of consumer protection bhutan

    published: 24 Jun 2016
  • Bhutanese Tibetan Street Food in Thimphu, Bhutan - TIBETAN UNCLE! (Day 11)

    Well, Bhutan doesn’t really have much street food, but Tibetan Uncle is about as close to the street food atmosphere in Thimphu as you can get, and it’s amazing. ►Subscribe for more videos: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe On Day 11 of our food and travel trip to Bhutan, we were in Thimphu. We met up with Matt for breakfast and he took us to a place he named Tibetan Uncle, a friendly uncle who makes an assortment of Bhutanese and Tibetan food. The little restaurant is as local and street food style as you can get in Thimphu, tucked in a tiny little room at the back of a strip mall. Tibetan Uncle (Peace Restaurant) - Order anything he has for the day, everything is good at Tibetan. The momos and chili sauce were amazing, and the beef phingsha and Tibetan food curry and ting momos were del...

    published: 21 Apr 2017
  • Prime Minister of Bhutan visits Fukushima

    H.E. Lyonchhen Tshering Tobgay, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bhutan, visited Fukushima on July 2, 2014. Fukushima continues to rebuild itself following the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011. Prime Minister Tobgay visited various places affected by the earthquake, and met with people including elementary school children.

    published: 09 Sep 2014
Travel Now : Bhutan Entry Permit

Travel Now : Bhutan Entry Permit

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Citizens of India, Bangladesh and Maldives need a permit and rest all needs Visa. The Permit you can collect from Phuentsholing or Paro Airport immigration office in valid to 7 days or 14 days and you can get only for Thimphu and Paro. To extend your stay you need to go to Thimphu permit office and can be extended for 30 days. Permits are issued free of cost New Here? - Hi! My name is Amit. I upload once in a week! Vlogs, tech, travel and lifestyle! I live in INDIA. Big fan of traveling, tech, social media and Food. Subscribe & say hi! to me on Facebook and Instagram!
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Phuentsholing Bus Stand (Bhutan)

Phuentsholing Bus Stand (Bhutan)

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Phuentsholing is a small town of Bhutan situated near Indian border. The gate between India and Bhutan is called Bhutan gate. This is currently the only route to go from India to Bhutan by road. There is an immigration office in Phuentsholing near the gate. There are quite a few hotels and restaurants in Phuentsholing. Indians can apply and get entry permit within 2-3 hours by showing passport or voter ID. Thre are a couple of monasteries in Phuentsholing and some beautiful prayer wheels. You can get buses and taxis from here to Paro and Thimphu. Phuentsholing is at the foot of the hill. The elevation starts soon after phuentsholing while going towards Thimphu.
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bhutan office(music video)

bhutan office(music video)

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in bhutan office,Tashicell(wasting time) (bangalore graduates)
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Exploring the Border Town of Phuentsholing while going to Bhutan

Exploring the Border Town of Phuentsholing while going to Bhutan

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Phuentsholing is a small town of Bhutan situated near Indian border. The gate between India and Bhutan is called Bhutan gate. This is currently the only route to go from India to Bhutan by road. There is an immigration office in Phuentsholing near the gate. There are quite a few hotels and restaurants in Phuentsholing. Indians can apply and get entry permit within 2-3 hours by showing passport or voter ID. Thre are a couple of monasteries in Phuentsholing and some beautiful prayer wheels. You can get buses and taxis from here to Paro and Thimphu. Phuentsholing is at the foot of the hill. The elevation starts soon after phuentsholing while going towards Thimphu.
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Exploring Phuentsholing while going to Bhutan

Exploring Phuentsholing while going to Bhutan

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Phuentsholing is a small town of Bhutan situated near Indian border. The gate between India and Bhutan is called Bhutan gate. This is currently the only route to go from India to Bhutan by road. There is an immigration office in Phuentsholing near the gate. There are quite a few hotels and restaurants in Phuentsholing. Indians can apply and get entry permit within 2-3 hours by showing passport or voter ID. Thre are a couple of monasteries in Phuentsholing and some beautiful prayer wheels. You can get buses and taxis from here to Paro and Thimphu. Phuentsholing is at the foot of the hill. The elevation starts soon after phuentsholing while going towards Thimphu.
https://wn.com/Exploring_Phuentsholing_While_Going_To_Bhutan
Lyonchhen Tshering Tobgay, Prime Minister of Bhutan's first year in the office

Lyonchhen Tshering Tobgay, Prime Minister of Bhutan's first year in the office

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Trip of Bhutan || Journey to a peaceful Country || Amazing Bhutan

Trip of Bhutan || Journey to a peaceful Country || Amazing Bhutan

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Bhutan - western region - Paro, Thimphu, Punakha -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Places to Visit in Bhutan:- 1.Taktsang Palphug Monastery (Paro) 2. Punakha Dzong (Punakha) 3.Dochula Pass (Thimphu) 4.Buddha Dordenma (Thimphu) 5.Tashichho Dzong (Thimpu Dzong) (Thimphu) 6.Chele La Pass (Paro) 7.Rinpung Dzong (Paro) 8.Punakha Suspension Bridge (Punakha) 9.Thimphu Chorten (Memorial Chorten) (Thimphu) 10.Chimi L'hakhang Temple (Punakha) 11.National Museum (Paro) 12.Bhutan Post Office Headquarters (Thimphu) 13.Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten (Punakha) 14.Tachogang Lhakhang Bridge (Paro) 15.Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan (Thimphu) 16.Clock Tower Square (Thimphu) 17.Kichu Lakhang (Paro) 18.National Folk Heritage Museum (Thimphu) 19.Motithang Takin Preserve (Thimphu) 20.Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup nunnery (Punakha)
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BHUTAN TRIP VLOG STYLE REVIEW | Mumbai to Paro/Thimpu/Punakha

BHUTAN TRIP VLOG STYLE REVIEW | Mumbai to Paro/Thimpu/Punakha

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This video is a part of our Weekly Tuesday Vlog series.Viewers are expected to watch the video with a light heart and free mind.You can get really hungry while watching so please have a plate full and enjoy the ride. VLOG #WTV 66 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- #Travel Route Travel Route [Website] : http://bit.ly/2mbudeN Shashank : 9769750575 Instagram : travelroute31 Email id : travelroute31@gmail.com FB Page : http://bit.ly/2nVJ2Di Trip Breakup [Rate for a couple] : Air Fare [BOM - CCU] : 22000 Air Fare [CCU - PBH] : 34000 Hotel expenses : 39500 [ +9% tax] Vehicle expenses : 22700 [ +9% tax] Total Cost : 1,23,798 Rs. Per Person : 61899 Rs. [For more detail contact Travel route] -------------------------------------------------------------------------- My overall Hotel Rating 1.Hotel white tara : 8/10 2.Dorji element : 6/10 [points lost for food] 3.Hotel Vara : 7.5/10 4.Metta Resort : 7.5/10 If you want to cross the border via Road : http://bit.ly/2nCVsUu ################################## # P.O.BOX details - p.o.box number - 9238 , post office, Ghatkopar [west] , mumbai-400086, Maharashtra,India. ################################## #MUSIC CREDITS Song: Max Pross - Mean - Music provided by Free Songs To Use. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRnmOWXJ4qQ Song: ÉWN & Whogaux - Start That Fire [NCS Release] NCS Spotify: http://spoti.fi/NCS -Lakey Inspired , Jordan Reddington link to his Collection : http://bit.ly/1X1LXrS ----------------------------------------­­------------------------------------ My Gear : Vlog camera : http://fkrt.it/LpssDTuuuN channel art Designed by Rohit Choudhari : http://bit.ly/2eYgR7e ----------------------------------------­­------------------------------------- #urindianconsumer #WTV !!\\\|||\\\Ur Indian Consumer \\\|||\\\|||\!! Subscribe here : http://goo.gl/SIFH0N Facebook Page : http://goo.gl/IdsPmP Twitter page : https://twitter.com/prasadvedpathak Google + page : https://plus.google.com/+UrIndianConsumer Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/urindianconsumer/ Snapchat id : uicprasad !!\\\|||\\\Ur Indian Consumer \\\|||\\\|||\!!
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Tashichho Dzong in Thimphu : Bhutan

Tashichho Dzong in Thimphu : Bhutan

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Tashichhoedzong is a Buddhist monastery and fortress on the northern edge of the city of Thimpu in Bhutan, on the western bank of the Wang Chu. It has traditionally been the seat of the Druk Desi (or "Dharma Raja"), the head of Bhutan's civil government, an office which has been combined with the kingship since the creation of the monarchy in 1907, and summer capital of the country. It was built by the first Dharma Raja, who also founded the Lho-drukpa sect of Buddhism, which has remained the distinctive sect of Bhutan. The correct transliteration of the vernacular name—Bkrashis-chhos-rdzong, meaning "the fortress of auspicious doctrine"—is, according to Dr. Graham Sandberg, Tashichhoidzong. The main structure of the whitewashed building is two-storied with three-storied towers at each of the four corners topped by triple-tiered golden roofs. There is also a large central tower or utse. The original Thimphu dzong (the Dho-Ngyen Dzong, or Blue Stone Dzong) was built in 1216 by Lama Gyalwa Lhanangpa where Dechen Phodrang now stands above Thimphu. Soon after, Lama Phajo Drukgom Shigpo, who first brought the Drukpa Kagyu lineage to Bhutan, took it over. In 1641 Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal acquired it from Lama Phajo's descendants, but soon finding it too small, he built another one, known as the lower Dzong for the administration, keeping the older one for the monks. The original dzong was destroyed by fire in 1771 and everything was moved to the lower one which was expanded then, and again by the 13th Druk Desi (1744-1763), and also in 1866. It was damaged during an earthquake in 1897 and rebuilt in 1902. King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck had it completely renovated and enlarged over five years after he moved the capital to Thimpu in 1952 in traditional style using neither nails nor written plans. Thimphu, also in the past spelled as Thimpu, is the capital and largest city of Bhutan. It is situated in the western central part of Bhutan and the surrounding valley is one of Bhutan's dzongkhags, the Thimphu District. The city became the capital of Bhutan in 1961. As of 2005 it had a population of 79,185, with 98,676 people living in the entire Thimphu district. The city is spread out longitudinally in a north-south direction on the west bank of the valley formed by the Wang Chuu, also known as the Thimphu Chuu River. Thimphu is located at 27°28′00″N 89°38′30″ECoordinates: 27°28′00″N 89°38′30″E and is spread over an altitudinal range between 2,248 metres (7,375 ft) and 2,648 metres (8,688 ft). Unusually for a capital city, Thimphu is not served by an airport, but relies on the airport at Paro, connected by road some 54 kilometres (34 mi) away. Thimphu, as the political and economic center of Bhutan, has a dominant agricultural and livestock base, which contributes to 45% of the country's GNP. Tourism, though a contributor to the economy, is strictly regulated, maintaining a balance between the traditional, development and modernization. Thimphu contains most of the important political buildings in Bhutan, including the National Assembly of the newly formed parliamentary democracy and Dechencholing Palace, the official residence of the King, located to the north of the city. As a metropolis and capital city, Thimphu is coordinated by the "Thimphu Structure Plan", an Urban Development Plan which evolved in 1998 with the objective of protecting the fragile ecology of the valley. This development is ongoing with financial assistance from the World Bank and Asian Development Bank. Source:Wikipedia This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.
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Bhutan travel guide (HD 1080p)

Bhutan travel guide (HD 1080p)

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Bhutan travel guide, Taktsang Monastery, Paro, Bhutan trip, Bhutan - Paro tourism & vacations Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube Bhutan is a small country in the Himalayas between the Tibet Autonomous Region of China and India. Besides the stunning natural scenery, the enduring image of the country for most visitors is the strong sense of culture and tradition that binds the kingdom and clearly distinguishes it from its larger neighbours. Bhutan is the only Vajrayana Buddhist nation in the world, and the profound teachings of this tradition remain well preserved and exert a strong influence in all aspects of life. Due to its pristine environment and harmonious society, the tiny Kingdom of Bhutan has been called "The Last Shangrila." See in Bhutan ========== The majority of tourists do "cultural tours" where they visit important destinations. Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Wangdue, and Jakar are popular destinations. Further afield, the unexplored region of Zhemgang (birders paradise, excellent wildlife viewing) and Eastern Bhutan have just been opened up to tourism. If you are an adventurist and want to explore the unexplored the east of Bhutan is the place for you. This unique and yet untouched part of the country offers the ultimate experience. Taktsang Monastery (Tiger's Nest), Paro. This is one of the most important Buddhist sites in the world, and Guru Rinpoche visited here in the 8th century on his second visit to Bhutan. It is the most recognized and visited monument in Bhutan. It is believed that he arrived on the back of a winged tigress, hence the name, Tigers Nest. The temple is built on a 1,200 meter cliff and was built in 1692. The hike up to the Tiger's Nest can be very strenuous and you can rent a horse to bring up the mountain for about USD $10. The horse ride is a one-way trip (this is recommended if you are not very fit and may face altitude sickness) and you have to make your way down the mountain by foot. For independent travelers, taxis can be arranged to reach Taktsang Monastery. As on May, 2014, a reserved small car will cost you Nu 500 for a round trip and takes about 20 minutes one way. The car will drop you at the site and then will come to pick you up at a later fixed time. You can visit Kyichu Lhakhang Monastery on your way to Taktsang. Hundreds of monasteries dot the landscape in some of the most pristine and remote areas. Kurje Lhakhang, Jakar. A temple built around a cave with a body print of Guru Rinpoche embedded in the wall. Guru Rinpoche practiced meditation here on his first visit to Bhutan and as such it is the earliest Buddhist relic in the country. Dzongs/Fortresses =============== Tashichho Dzong is a Buddhist monastery and fortress on the northern edge of the city of Thimpu in Bhutan, on the western bank of the Wang Chu. It has traditionally been the seat of the Druk Desi (or "Dharma Raja"), the head of Bhutan's civil government, an office which has been combined with the kingship since the creation of the monarchy in 1907, and summer capital of the country.[1] The main structure of the whitewashed building is two-storied with three-storied towers at each of the four corners topped by triple-tiered golden roofs. There is also a large central tower or utse. Built in 1216, Semtokha Dzong in the Thimphu Valley was the first dzong built in the country. The dzongs are ancient fortresses that now serve as the civil and monastic administration headquarters of each district. Apart from the architecture, which in itself makes a dzong worth visiting, they also hold many art treasures. Trekking ========= Trekking is also extremely popular. The Druk path is the most commonly trekked from Paro, to the capital Thimphu. However, many other more impressive treks are available, see the complete list below. The Jomolhari, and Laya Gasa trek are also very popular and the Snowman Trek is reported to be one of the toughest treks in the world, taking a approximately 30 days. The recommended season for this trek is mid-June to mid-October. Scenery ======= Bhutan pristine environment offers ecosystem which are rich and diverse, due to its location and great geographical and climatic variations, Bhutan’s high, rugged mountains and valleys boast spectacular biodiversity, earning it a name as one of the world’s ten most important biodiversity hotspots.
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Bhutan Broadcasting's Documentary on Mountain Hazelnuts

Bhutan Broadcasting's Documentary on Mountain Hazelnuts

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Bhutan Broadcasting Service (BBS) documentary on Mountain Hazelnuts, as televised on national television in 2013 and 2014 This documentary was made to mark the first hazelnut harvest and the planting of almost 2 million hazelnut trees by Mountain Hazelnut Venture. The documentary outlines the company's mission, the markets for hazelnut and documents current operations in: Thimphu, Lingmethang and Ngatshang nurseries, and in farmers' fields across the country. It also informs viewers about the importance of growing hazelnuts on fallow land in villages and the social, environmental and economic benefits that communities would experience.
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A BIKER’S GUIDE TO BHUTAN

A BIKER’S GUIDE TO BHUTAN

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Based on the experience from our ride in Bhutan, we’ve highlighted a few important things that a biker must prepare for, when visiting the country. A. Documentation needed to enter Bhutan: 1.Passport 2.Photographs (2 nos.) 3.Bike RC (original) 4.Bike insurance 5.Driving license 6.Details of hotel bookings 7.Copies of all above mentioned documentation (2 sets) B. Procedure at immigration, during entry into Bhutan: Upon your arrival at the India-Bhutan border, you will first need to go to the Immigration office to process your biometrics and photograph, after which you will receive your personal permit. At the Immigration Desk, foreigners are required to get an entry stamp in their passports. It is worthwhile to mention that you must declare if you are carrying cigarettes into the country. You will then need to go the Transport Division to receive your bike permit. C. Procedure at check posts, during entry into Bhutan: After receiving your personal permit and bike permit (2 different documents), you will have to proceed to the first check entry post, which is about 5km beyond Phinsoling. Both documents need to be stamped at different kiosks that are located adjacent to each other. The second entry check post is about 50km before Paro. Here again, both documents need to be stamped. In case you miss either of the check posts or either of the stamps on your two documents, you will have to pay a fine of Rs. 1650.00 D. Procedure to exit Bhutan At the first exit check-post located about 50km after Paro, you need to stamp only your personal permit. There is no stamp needed on the bike permit. At the second exit check-post located 5 km before Phinsoling, bike and personal permits will be revoked for Indian passport holders. For all other foreign nationals, only the bike permit will be revoked at the second exit checkpost. They must then submit their visa papers at the Immigration Desk to get an exit stamp in their passports. About ‘Ride To Be One’ ‘Ride To Be One’ is an 18-month world ride being undertaken by two experienced superbikers, Dr Maral Yazarloo and Pankaj Trivedi. The ride that flagged off from India on 15th March 2017 will cover 45+ countries in 7 continents and traverse over 100,000 km. (#RideToBeOne) Follow the adventure on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ridetobeone/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ridetobeone/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ridetobeone More details at http://www.ridetobeone.com
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Paro chhu river, Bhutan, My first visit to Bhutan

Paro chhu river, Bhutan, My first visit to Bhutan

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Paro Chhu River, Bhutan It was my first visit to the beautiful country Bhutan. It was an office tour.
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office of consumer protection bhutan

office of consumer protection bhutan

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Bhutanese Tibetan Street Food in Thimphu, Bhutan - TIBETAN UNCLE! (Day 11)

Bhutanese Tibetan Street Food in Thimphu, Bhutan - TIBETAN UNCLE! (Day 11)

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Well, Bhutan doesn’t really have much street food, but Tibetan Uncle is about as close to the street food atmosphere in Thimphu as you can get, and it’s amazing. ►Subscribe for more videos: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe On Day 11 of our food and travel trip to Bhutan, we were in Thimphu. We met up with Matt for breakfast and he took us to a place he named Tibetan Uncle, a friendly uncle who makes an assortment of Bhutanese and Tibetan food. The little restaurant is as local and street food style as you can get in Thimphu, tucked in a tiny little room at the back of a strip mall. Tibetan Uncle (Peace Restaurant) - Order anything he has for the day, everything is good at Tibetan. The momos and chili sauce were amazing, and the beef phingsha and Tibetan food curry and ting momos were delicious. Zombala Restaurant - One of the first restaurants in all of Bhutan is Zombala restaurant, located in the heart of Thimphu. They specialize in light meals like momos, fried rice, and chow mein. The momos were again excellent. Bhutan Kitchen Restaurant - For dinner we went to Bhutan Kitchen restaurant, another traditional Bhutanese food restaurant in Thimphu. For traditional Bhutanese food, I thought this was one of the better sit down restaurants in Thimphu. Disclosure: It was an honor to be invited by MyBhutan to visit Bhutan to explore Bhutanese food and culture. Thank you to MyBhutan Productions for making my trip and this video possible! Do you want to explore Bhutanese cuisine in Bhutan? Go to http://food.mybhutan.com to book your exclusive food tour with MyBhutan. -- Camera gear I use: Main camera: http://amzn.to/2dEL3hv Main lens: http://amzn.to/2e5Lum6 2nd camera: http://amzn.to/2mczuDx 2nd lens: http://amzn.to/2mcEGau Microphone: http://amzn.to/2dEr9Z9 Gorillapod: http://amzn.to/2epFsQx *These are Amazon affiliate links I would love to connect with you on social media! Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology T-shirts available now: https://migrationology.com/store/ -- ►Subscribe to my channel for more delicious food videos: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe
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Prime Minister of Bhutan visits Fukushima

Prime Minister of Bhutan visits Fukushima

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H.E. Lyonchhen Tshering Tobgay, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bhutan, visited Fukushima on July 2, 2014. Fukushima continues to rebuild itself following the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011. Prime Minister Tobgay visited various places affected by the earthquake, and met with people including elementary school children.
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