Amankora Bumthang, directly translated as a ‘beautiful field’, is home to 29 temples and monasteries, including the ancient Jambay Lhakhang, and is a treasure trove of Bhutan’s art and painting traditions. The 16-Suite Amankora Bumthang rests adjacent to the Wandichholing Palace, within the town of Jakar in the Choekhor Valley. From here, guests can embark on a multitude of cultural and spiritual experiences, including the unforgettable experience of the 108 butter lamp offering at Taktsang Monastery. Amenities include king-size beds, traditional wood-burning stoves, and banquette window seats, while bathrooms feature terrazzo-clad bathtubs, twin vanities, a separate shower, and a toilet.
Bhutan, known for its peaceful tranquility, unmatched beauty, and rich cultural traditions, is a popular tourist destination. The number of hotels in the country has grown in recent years, as Bhutan has become more accessible to tourists.
Most hotels are in the towns of:
Other towns and villages worth visiting are:
Most hotels are simple, and cozy and have very hospitable and friendly staff, but more and more luxurious hotels are being built, hotels like UMA PARO Hotel and the luxury Five-star Taj Tashi Bhutan. Hotel Taj Tashi is located in the heart of Thimphu and close to the business district. Uma Pro, a member of design hotels, is located in Paro.
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