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AdvantagesSpectacular scenery, stunning architecture, weird stuff

DisadvantagesA bit over-sanitised and unreal - like Disney does Asia

...I suspect that a lot of people haven't even heard of this tiny Himalayan kingdom and that would be fair enough. Don't beat yourself up if you don't know Bhutan - most people can't find it on a map so you're not alone. Tucked away in the Himalaya, sandwiched between Tibet and India, and strictly controlling who comes in and who goes out, the Bhutanese adopted a tactic that reminds me of Douglas...

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AdvantagesNeat little town full of tradition

DisadvantagesThe town itself is very new and a tad 'fake'

...the buildings looked SO old yet oddly well preserved. Then I started to wonder at how tidy and well laid out it was. Surely something so seemingly old would have degenerated into a rather more chaotic place by now even in a country as controlled as Bhutan? The mystery was soon solved; despite looking like it's been there since time immemorial, most of current-day Paro town dates back only to the 1960s...

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AdvantagesA pot pourri of Bhutanese life

DisadvantagesRemember you're the client and if your guide is boring you silly, just move on.

...The Museum Bhutan's National Museum is not located in the capital city of Thimphu, but in the second city of Paro. It's housed in a round building which started life as the watchtower for Paro Dzong, the fortress-monastery that sits below it on the hillside on the outskirts of Paro. It was built in 1641 and converted into the National Museum in 1968. For most people taking a tour of Bhutan...

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