Bhutan is one of the world’s most intriguing destinations, a paradise nestled in the mighty Himalayas. Aptly called The Last Shangri-La on Earth, it is accessible by road from Phuntsholing, and by air from New Delhi, Kolkata, Kathmandu, Bangkok, and Dhaka.
The capital city Thimphu is truly unique, combining spellbinding scenery and architecture with eclectic shopping and dining options. Experience life amongst the clouds, in this charming Mountain Fortress of the Gods.
In the heart of the Thimphu valley, is the Taj Tashi—a paradise within a paradise. An epitome of elegant Bhutanese architecture, Taj Tashi blends Dzong sensibilities with modern designs, and has classical hand-drawn Buddhist murals adorning it.
The Taj Tashi, Thimphu has 66 spacious rooms and suites with wooden decor and state of the art amenities. Ideal for the discerning traveller, these rooms offer sweeping views of the gorgeous mountains and township.
Dining is a special affair at the Taj Tashi, Thimphu. Each of the hotel’s four restaurants focuses on a different aspect of Bhutan’s distinct Mahayana Buddhist culture. Dig into Bhutan’s most popular dish, Ema Datshi, and other authentic Bhutanese cuisine at Chig-Ja-Gye. Sample fine European and Bhutanese dishes at The Thongsel, an all-day dining restaurant. Sip a drink at Ara, or taste Bhutan’s authentic ‘salted butter tea’ at Rimps, the Tea Lounge.
Bhutan’s cultural fabric is bright and vibrant. Explore fiery cuisines, spin the revered prayer wheels and shop at the local markets. On returning to the hotel, unwind with a special Bhutanese Hot Stone Bath, at the Jiva Spa.
Bhutan is a land known for spectacular monasteries, centuries-old street-festivals, scenic mountain passes and untouched wilderness. Overlooking the Wang Chu River and blessed with diverse flora and fauna, Thimphu is an ideal destination to get in touch with nature. Experience this wonderful and unique Himalayan abode, at our luxury 5-star hotel in Thimphu, Bhutan.
- Mr Anil Ambani, Chairman
Reliance Group, India
- Dr Pranab Mukherjee,
President – India
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Chief Minister of West Bengal – India
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Home Minister – India