The Kingdom in the Sky, The Land of the Thunder Dragon – Bhutan has received many mystical and mythical names none of which are in vain. It is a stunning country set high up in the Himalayas with altitudes ranging from the 7,500 peaks to almost sea level in the southern border with India. Peaceful and spiritual, a journey through the crazy roads and the breathtaking landscapes is a highlight not easy to forget. Bhutan leaves a mark on one’s soul and on the world view you will have after visiting. Learn about Gross Domestic Happiness and the remoteness and isolation it has endured or enjoyed. The first tourists only arrived in the 70s and internet made its way in the early 90s. Be mesmerised.
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The most surprising and interesting facts about Bhutan, a country closed off to the rest of the world until 1974 and is now a popular travel destination.
Take an armchair trip through 17 stunning photos of Bhutan that show the beauty, the magic and the mysticism of this Himalayan and isolated country
How a Tantric Bhuddist teacher named Drukpa Kunley and nicknamed The Divine Madman made Bhutan worship the phallus
Are you an Aman Junkie? Who are the Aman junkies and what makes them special. The story of Aman hotels and their legendary service
Review of Amankora lodges, Aman resorts in Bhutan after a 9 day journey. Learn about what makes this Bhutan’s most luxurious accommodation
Guide to Bhutan: Everything you need to know to plan a trip to the Land of the Thunder Dragon from when to visit to the best places to see and stay