The Amankora Punakha Lodge sits nestled in a subtropical valley renowned for producing the majority of Bhutan’s vegetables. The area is also where the Bhutanese royals spend their winters. Cross the suspension bridge over the Mo Chhu River, adorned with prayer flags, to reach the lodge. A former Je Khenpo, the chief abbot of Bhutan, built the lodge in the traditional Bhutanese farmhouse style. The lodge has eight suites, which are identical in design to those of Amankora Paro. They offer views of an orange orchard and rice terraces.
Additionally, there are four Mo Chhu Suites located in a new building, two of which feature 40m2 living areas. Combine these suites to form two 2-bedroom units. All accommodations feature king-size beds, traditional wood-burning stones, and banquette window seats. The bathrooms have terrazzo-clad bathtubs, twin vanities, and separate shower and toilet areas.
Amankora Punakha Lodge: