The annual Highlander Festival took place from October 23rd to 24th in the village of Laya. The Highlander Festival is exceptional in the fact that it celebrates the unique culture of those who live in the mountains in northern Bhutan. Additionally, the festival aims to highlight the sustainable nature of […]
Nestled within the peaceful and pristine forests of upper Motithang, Thimphu lies a sleek, modern hotel that combines the best of contemporary and traditional architectural designs. Click on the video for a spectacular video tour of Zhiwaling Ascent. Written by Hannah Park & PemC Video by Namgay DJ Located […]
Best place to buy souvenirs in Bhutan? Three foreign exchange students, from the US currently studying at the Royal Thimphu College, share their shopping experience in Bhutan. The Agency for the Promotion of Indigenous Crafts (APIC) was established in July 2011 as an Organization that Promotes Equitable Growth of Handicrafts Through […]
The Bhutanese traditional hot stone bath is a bath therapy drawn from Indian Ayurvedic practices and the traditional medicine of 7th century Tibet. The traditional hot stone bath at Terma Linca resort pays homage to these traditional concepts . Selected river stones are heated over the fire and gently placed […]
Are you one of those who has a DP that says ‘If travelling was free you’d never see me again’ or whose search history is saturated with travel sites? Always dreaming of making it there someday? But not brave enough to take that first step because of budget, safety concerns, […]
If you’re looking to do something more special than just exchange gifts this Valentine’s Day, plan a weekend getaway with your loved one – Terma Linca Resort & Spa has you covered for a romantic stay at their boutique resort, at only Nu. 10,999/-. Although we encourage you to show […]
For those of you who think Singapore is synonymous to only shopping, luxury brands and economic boom, think again. With a deep sense of multi-cultural values, snippets of cultural hubs and a thriving arts scene, you’ll be surprised at what’s Asia’s model city really has to offer.
Food Travel Blogger and YouTuber Mark Wiens from Migrationology visits Bhutan and discovers that the tiny kingdom is a lot more than just chillies and cheese.