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One of 24 elegantly spare guest rooms at the Dhensa Punakha.
Bhutan’s Dhensa Punakha Hideaway
Singapore-based Dhensa Boutique Resorts have chosen to place their first property high in the Himalayas.
Christina Oko and a porter on the trail to Nabji.
Family Trekking in Central Bhutan
Explore the country's Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park in search of wildlife and culture.
The Gangtey Goenpa Lodge's architecture was inspired by the country's rural farmhouses.
A New Lodge in Remote Bhutan
Located in the Phobjikha Valley, the property has stunning views and many outdoor activities.
Overlooking the southern approach to Thimpu from Kuensel Phodrang Hill. Timpu has been the Bhutanese capital since 1961, when it officially replaced Punakha as the seat of government.
Bhutan’s Kingdom in the Clouds
Nestled high in the eastern Himalayas, the tiny realm of Bhutan beckons with sublime scenery.
Commanding views of the Matterhorn range.
Tiger’s Nest Brings Asia to the Alps
Named after a prominent Bhutanese monastery, Tiger’s Nest brings a rich Asian design aesthetic to Les 4 Vallées, Switzerland’s largest ...
Bhutan: Higher Ground
Getting to Uma by Como, Punakha is its own reward: the road climbs up through pine and rhododendron forests past some of the prettiest count...
Como to Open Second Bhutan Property
Designed by Cheong Yew Kuan, natural light floods interiors designed with nuance, simplicity, and a measured sense of their surroundings.
Uma Paro Entrance
Bhutan: Como to Open Uma Punakha in September
The 11-room boutique hotel is in a more remote, natural setting than Como's other Bhutan property, the Uma Paro lodge.