• Roadtrip

    Merak, home of the Brokpas

    Merak – Sakteng, the twin villages that all Bhutanese hear about yet remains a mystery to most of us. I always thought that the two are located right next to each other as they share the same outfits and unique…

  • Hiking

    Lungchu tsey, short hike from Dochula

    Dochula is one of the most popular places to visit on the Thimphu-Wangdue highway, primarily due to the iconic 108 stupas along with majestic views on clear days. For people who’ve lived in Thimphu, it is pretty rare to have…

  • Roadtrip

    Phobjikha, a nature lovers’ paradise

    A very famous weekend getaway spot in Bhutan, well deserving of all the attention it gets. Whether you’re a tourist or a local, a trip to Phobjikha is definitely a must, especially if you’re looking for gram-worthy photos. In the…

  • Hoka Tsho in Punakha
    Hiking

    Kabji Hokatsho, the lake that never overflows.

    There is a legend about a lake in Punakha that never overflows as it is continuously drained through an opening created by the deity residing in it; believed to have been created as a result of a demon threatening to…

  • First glimpse of Chokhortse lhakhang
    Hiking

    Chokhortse and Wangditse, two mini hikes in Thimphu

    If you are looking for a light hike in Thimphu, a trip to Chokhortse and Wangditse are your best bet. Located at about a 40 min and 30 min walk respectively from the base point, Sangaygang; they are the perfect…

  • View of Jimilang tsho, the magnificent sand ox lake
    Hiking

    Jimilang Tsho, a day-trek to the sand ox lake

    One of the stops in the famous week-long Druk Trek path; but the hassle of food and lodging arrangements, I imagine it’s a nightmare (unless of course, you outsource it). So, for those of you who’ve already completed the hike,…

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