Aman Resort, Thimphu

Aman Resort, Thimphu

The capital of Bhutan Thimpu is at one and half hour distance straightly from Paro’s international airport. Thimpu is surrounded with densely covered forest mountains along with an extraordinary number of monasteries and temples at the height of 2,350m.  Trashichhoe Dzong is build up above in the valley. In the valley, there is the kingdom’s only golf course with a Buddhist sense of designing. In golf course, there are rolling nine holes set-up against the backdrop of chores. Thimpu town is centered around the quint clock tower and its neighboring lanes of vegetable and meat market along with local restaurants that can deliver best of the local cuisine.

Amankora at Thimphu is an effective retreat from the chaos and hustle of the Kingdom’s booming capital.Situated in a pine forest of the Motithang area of the Thimphu Valley, Dzong-like structures incorporate architecture of high stone. Shining buildings accessed through an enclosed arrival point stairs lead to a dramatic combined Dining and Living room with wood paneled soaring ceilings and wood-paneled walls. Aligning to it is a flagstone outdoor dining table with views of the nearby stream and blue pine forest. Stairs take one down towards the Spa constituting three sorts of room appointed for changing, streams and sauna.

Sixteen suits are accommodated within a block Aman Resort. The suits features a combination of living room and bedroom including a large bed, basic amenities along with  a comfortable reading chair and a window with a beautiful landscape of nearby stream and courtyard or directly onto the and pine forest. Rooms are well furnished and maintained with interiors features that appeal to the royal taste of any individuals. The luxurious bathroom opens from the bedroom with a view through a vertical slot window. Aman resort is fully compatible to fulfill the needs and special requirements of potential tourist from any region of the world.


Testimonials Sometimes a packaged holiday comes so much with a predefined set of takeaways, but The Destination Bhutan offered so much freedom of choice that it did not feel like a packaged holiday at all.


KH Zaman
Buffalo, New York



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