Bhutan Travel Guide
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- 98%Adventure Travelers
- 98%Budget Travelers
Member Reviews (11)
- BhutanMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBackpackers+ 3Jan 23, 2014
The ban on television was lifted a good few years ago, so now the good people of Bhutan can be as miserable as the rest of us while enduring the latest talent(less) show or soap opera that’s being pumped into their homes like a great big digital fart. But happily – and take note good hippies of the road – in Bhutan tobacco is totally illegal. Which for non-smokers like me is a breath of (fresh mountain) air. So no sneaky bifters behind the bikesheds. If you’re lucky you’ll just be deported. If you’re unlucky, you could be forced to watch every episode of Celebrity Big Brother… and be made to explain.
- BhutanJul 05, 2012
The last bastion of the Vajrayana school of Mahayana Buddhism ,this spiritual land provide a unique identity to the 700,000 Bhutanese people. A unique blend of the old and new,Bhutan is slowly opening up to the modern world,ever cautious of striking a perfect balance with its ancient traditions. For the eagar travelers,Bhutan offers a unique ,deeply spiritual and mystical experience- an adventure like no other.
- BhutanMember ofLocal CultureVegetarianBackpackersFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
Bhutan is my favorite travel destination. It takes you back a few centuries back to a feudal time when life was a lot slower, technology was not so pervasive, pollution non existent and people were so innocent. A cultural feast. But if you are looking to shop, lounge by the pool and party at night, this is not for you.
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