Blogs about Bhutan


Today is the first day of the first month of the Bhutanese calendar. Today is losar. So it is as good a day as any to revive this blog, and to


Today’s blog of the week comes from David Green, who taught at Pakshikha MSS and is currently travelling to neighbouring countries around


Blog written by expatriates in Bhutan, living in Bhutan, working in Bhutan.


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Since then, my Blog posts have been lambasted with dozens of SPAMs. Fortunately, I moderate the comments – in the sense that I require every

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We have compiled a list of blogs by our travellers for your reference.

In each blog, our travellers presented their experience, perspectives and insights to their trip to Bhutan.

We hope this will be a useful reference for you while you plan your trip to Bhutan.

Nearing mid-day, we arrived at Dochula Pass, where 108 Stupas were built by Her Majesty, the Queen Mother, in honour of His Majesty the 4th King and his people to commemorate their victory in the war fought in 2003 in Southern Bhutan. As we approached the pass, our driver put his palms together in reverence, a testament to the strong Buddhist roots of the Bhutanese. …..

Nalakang Tshechu

Bhutan: Nalakang Tshechu – Highlight of Bhutan Trip

Bhutan: Tamshing Goemba

A first taste of Bhutanese Cuisine

Bhutan: Chimi Lhakhang – A scenic hike

Read more of “Stuff I eat, photos I love, places I’ve been. And musings.” trip to Bhutan

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