Bhutan is a mountainous country, popularly known as the Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan, surrounded by India and China. Jaigaon-Phutensholing roadway journey appears to be offering the best roadway travel. This jaw-dropping destination is where bided several incredible hill stations, ideal for honeymooners, nature lovers, adventure enthusiasts, and spiritual seekers.
For your holiday stay, you might book hotels at Paro Bhutan, Thimphu, Phuentsholing, Punakha, or near Haa Valley. Budget-friendly accommodations are always up for grabs. Make sure to choose a privileged location hotel so that your journey remains enjoyable and tension-free.
Some best hill stations in Bhutan where you can find solace, natural wonders, adventure, and idyllic delights:
Needless to introduce, Thimphu is the capital and the largest city in Bhutan, involving an area of 26.1 sq. km. Its surreal surrounding makes it stand out before tourists. Located at an elevation of 2,334 m., Thimphu is some 4 hrs away from the border town of Bhutan, Phuentsholing. There are various prime location hotels to stay in Thimphu, offering all-inclusive facilities.
Best places: Trashi Chho Dzong, Tango Goemba, National Library of Bhutan, Tango Buddhist Institute, Simply Bhutan, Changangkha Lhakhang, Clock Tower Square, Folk Heritage Museum, Dechen Phodrang, Simtokha Dzong, etc.
Located nearly 50 km away from Thimphu, Paro ensures a dream visit. It’s a valley town situated on the west side of the Thimphu. Paro is home to several sacred places and the sole international airport of Bhutan. Settled at the center of Paro Valley on the banks of Paro Chhu River, the town of Paro houses paddy fields, and mountainous surroundings. Stay in a luxury, budgethotels at Paro Bhutan.
Best places: Tiger’s Nest/Paro Taktsang, Paro Airport View, Jangtsa Dutseg Lhakahng Temple, Zuri Dzong Monastery, Chele La Pass, Rinpung Dzong Monastery, National Museum of Bhutan, Tamchoe Monastery, Ugyen Pelri Palace, Dasho Nishioka Chorten, Kyichu Lakhang, Paro Farm House, Paro Weekend Market, etc.
The region of Bhumthang, consisting of four mountain valleys namely Ura, Chumey, Choekhor, and Tang, is one of the most spectacular destinations in Bhutan, collectively known as Bumthang Valley. Bumthang houses various age-old Buddhist Monasteries.
Best places: Kurje Lhakahng, Jambay Lhakahng Temple, Tamshing Lhakhang Temple, Ura Valley, Ngang Lhakhang, Wangduechhoeling Palace, Jakar Dzong, Burning Lake, Ogyen Choling Palace Museum, Bumthang Owl Trek, Wild East Rodung La Trek, etc.
In the region, there are the apple farm, honey farm, buckwheat farm, cheese farm, etc. Bus services are available in Thimphu that heads to Bhumthang. Or, you can stay one night in Punakha and head to Bumthang, or reach via Gangtey. You can book compact accommodation in and around Bumthang for a quality holiday stay, available in Bhutan holiday packages at reasonable rates.