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Chen-Ray Travel & Tours - Bhutan Tour Operator
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KUZU ZANGPOLA! BHUTAN TRAVEL COMPANY/BHUTAN TOUR OPERATOR, BASED IN THIMPHU, BHUTAN
KUZU ZANGPOLA! BHUTAN TRAVEL COMPANY/BHUTAN TOUR OPERATOR, BASED IN THIMPHU, BHUTAN

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View of Tashichho Dzong, capital of Bhutan.....
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Trongsa Dzong (fortress)

Trongsa Dzong is the largest dzong fortress in Bhutan, located in Trongsa (formerly Tongsa) in Trongsa district, in the centre of the country. Built on a spur overlooking the gorge of the Mangde River, a temple was first established at the location in 1543 by the Drukpa lama, Ngagi Wangchuk son of Ngawang Chhojey. In 1647, his great-grandson Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal (Shabdrung or Zhabdrung being his title),[1][2] constructed the first dzong to replace it, called Chökhor Rabtentse Dzong with a shorter version of Choetse Dzong. It was enlarged several times during the 18th century; the Chenrezig Lhakang was built in 1715 and a whole complex, including the Maitreya (Jampa) temple, was added in 1771. The dzong has since been repaired on several occasions; it was damaged during the 1897 Assam earthquake and underwent extensive renovation in 1927 and 1999.
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Peach blossom 
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Punakha Dzong

The Palace of Great Bliss or Punthang Dechen Phodrang in Bhutan is commonly known as Punakha Dzong from other parts of the world. This amazing and historical palace has been built during the 1600s and has already been renovated several times after certain calamities.

Dzongs are quite common in Bhutan since they are being ruled by kings. However, Punakha Dzong is quite different from the rest because of its gigantic size and also because of its great involvement to Bhutan’s history.
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Bumthang valley, Central Bhutan.
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TOUR OF THE DRAGON - MOUNTAIN BIKE RACE

The Tour of the Dragon is a ONE DAY 268km mile mountain bike race staged on mountain roads in the majestic inner Himalayas of the Buddhist country of Bhutan. It is the hardest one day mountain bike race in the world. It travels 268 Kilometers Across 4 High Mountain Passes ranging from 1200 meters to 3340 meters.

Interested may contact us for further details at drukctt@gmail.com
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Ura Yakchoe (Yak Festival) at Ura the most beautiful valley in the kingdom of Bhutan....10 to 14 May 2014.
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