National Emblem The National Emblem of Bhutan is a circle that projects a double diamond thunderbolt placed above the lotus. There is a jewel on all sides with two dragons on vertical sides. The thunderbolts represent the harmony between secular and religious power while the lotus symbolizes purity. The jewel signifies the sovereign power while […]

His Majesty King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck was born on February 21, 1980, as the eldest prince of King Jigme Singye Wangchuck. His Majesty attended public schools in Bhutan before pursuing higher studies in the US and in the UK. His Majesty attended National Defence College, New Delhi. On 9th of December 2006, His father, […]

  Hidden deep in the folds of the great Himalaya mountains for years, Bhutan developed its own civilisation. The population of about 680,000 people, living in close harmony with nature, evolved a unique identity, derived largely from a rich religious and cultural heritage. Today, the world is seeing many exotic aspects of this kingdom. Bhutan […]

Flight Schedule Sumer Schedule effective May 15 – Oct 26, 2013 (Time in local, Aircraft: A319/ATR)     DAY FLIGHT SECTOR DEP ARR EQPMT REMARK MON KB129 BKKPBH 445 645 A319 Eff Aug 1 KB204 PBHKTM 800 855 A319 KTMDEL 930 1045 KB205 DELKTM 1145 1330 KTMPBH 1410 1535 KB141 BKKGAU 650 820 A319 GAUPBH […]

Tourism has been strictly limited in Bhutan so that traditional culture can be preserved and nurtured. The tourism industry in Bhutan is founded on the principle of sustainability, meaning that tourism must be environmentally and ecologically friendly, socially and culturally acceptable, and also economically viable. For these reasons, tourism is carefully monitored and the number […]