Bhutan is a landlocked country that has remained isolated from the rest of the world until the 1960s. However, to visit the country and observe its prosperous culture which the government has carefully endeavored to preserve over the years, is quite rewarding.
The five-day trip begins with the arrival at Bangkok International Airport. One of our representatives will welcome you and transfer you to Druk Airline check-in counter to catch a flight to Paro. En route, you can relish the mountain views. Once you reach Paro, a guide from Bhutan will welcome you to his kingdom and lead you to the hotel. After lunch, you will visit Kichu Lhakhang, the oldest monastery of Bhutan, and have a glimpse of Paro town. The next day we hike to Taktsang Monastery view point. In the afternoon, you will make a visit to the National Museum and drive to Thimpu. The third day is spent in Thimpu sightseeing. The next morning is spent on leisure or wandering around Thimpu. In the afternoon, we return back to Paro and return back to Bangkok the next day.