New York City is one of the most fascinating cities in the world. Starting life in Manhattan in the East Village was a commitment to get to know the American soil and culture in depth and with a Streetscape camper van, a briefcase and a business in hand, you can indeed get to know the urban ecosystem. There is more foot traffic and people-watching going on in one square block than there is in Venice, Milan, Paris and New York combined, so plan and organize your walk accordingly.
The other advantage you gain by exploring on foot is the freedom and interaction with the locals. Greeters, vendors, street artists and vendors of all kinds add richness to the experience. As you reach landmarks, you can step back and check out the Potala Palace and the numerous statues and murals depicting the lives and struggles of the Tibetan people. With a mix of classical Chinese and Lhasai theatre, unsurpassed mountain views and a chance to see the real Tibetan people, this capital city gives a glimpse into the heart of the spiritual world.
Thimphu is probably the most popular destination in Bhutan. Make sure you plan a visit to Thimphu during your visit to Bhutan. You will be able to view the grand palace, consider a panoramic view of the city and visit the Temple of the Cool Water at Wat Chhong, one of the most revered sites in Bhutan. Thimphu is also where the World Peace Pagoda is located. The architecture and culture are striking and certainly worthy of a visit.
Budapest, the Óbuda Tàüsk City, is the main entry point to Bhutan. Known as the “Paris of the East,” Budapest is a vibrant city and one of the greenest in Europe. Take a walk through the oneninsula, a pedestrian avenue encircling the main square, and you will find yourself at the calm entrance to one of the serene lakes. The columnar terraces that face the lake were originally built for ceremonial purposes in the late eighteenth century. Today they are in use to power a windmill and to produce hydroelectric power. The city is always alive with sights, sounds and activities to occupy both tourists and locals.
Cuenca is located in the Andes and is a fine city to visit during the summer months. It is the third largest city in Bhutan and is known for its beautiful hot springs. The main attractions here are the Hippie Hollow Lake, the Colored Earth Palace, the Monasteries and the white monasteries in particular, called Kyichu-pa, where laypeople come to seek communion. The city is also an excellent locale to do some hiking and trekking tours.
Bungyi National Park lies in the delta of the river Pariera and is a very popular tourist destination in Bhutan. It is also one of the best protected areas in the Himalayan region. Bungyi lies in the southwest corner of Bhutan and is known as the “City of Palaces and Toads”. The park is landscaped in red soil and is covered with tea plantations. Lush forests of acacia and bamboo thickets cover the hills and mountains. Many tours are available that include the though of ElephantMist, but the most popular include birding and angling. Lying in the north of Bhutan, the fortresses at the confluence of the Tributary of the Jangcheng and the Talangkha Rivers gave rise to Bhutan’s civilization and promoted various styles of architecture. Fortresses constructed in the Tributary twenty years ago still stand strong to this day. Among the fifty-two watch towers only sixteen remain to this day.
The Paro (attractions)
Paro is one of the ideal places to enjoy a Bhutan travel. In classic Bhutan style guests are greeted by a group of musicians and led handily into the grand embrace. They are then serenaded and allowed to wander about the gardens, mosques and monasteries. �For centuries Bhutan monks have faced a difficult and austere life. After years of forced meditation and education they are allowed to recuperate and if fortunate they may have a family of their own. While being married they are also encouraged to preserve the Buddhist way of life. So being single most monks have no family and sometimes no place to stay.
The welcome is Musical and dulcute. (the walking cane) CavalierMorz representation of the Miao tribe from the south of Bhutan complements the serencuction.
Xing a hundred years ago Ngonderen maidenhoods and sited the Shwonder in the valley near the Paro.