(departing from Kuala Lumpur)

Departure dates: 12 Sep 2024/ 21 Dec 2024/ 30 Jan 2025/ 29 Mar 2025

Bhutan stands as an extraordinary destination, distinguished by its role as the final bastion of the majestic Himalayan kingdoms, veiled in an aura of mystique and enchantment. Amidst the breathtaking landscapes, the nation seamlessly intertwines its cherished traditional Buddhist heritage with the currents of global progress.  

Join us on an all-inclusive guided tour to this mystical country, departing directly from Kuala Lumpur. Chartered flights, accommodation, meals, guide, souvenirs and more are included in our tour package.

Paro Village

Chimi Lhakhang

Dochula Pass


Day 1: Kuala Lumpur – Paro – Thimphu 

  • Kyichu Temple: A rich history dated back to the 7th century. The temple is one of the last three surviving temples that was built by a Tibetan King.
  • Rinpung Dzong: It houses the district Monastic Body and government administrative offices of Paro District.

Day 2: Thimphu

  • Kuensel Phodrang (Buddha Point): A gigantic 167 feet high Buddha statue constructed in the mountains.
  • National Memorial Chorten: Most visible landmarks of Thimphu, the monument is also a stupa to honor the third king of Bhutan and focus of daily worship.
  • Motithang Takin Preserve (Mini Zoo): Wildlife reserve for protecting Takin, the national animal of Bhutan.
  • National Institute for Zorig Chusum: A college where students come to train in the various Bhutanese crafts such as painting, wood carving, clay sculpting, metal work and needle work.
  • Traditional Handmade Paper Factory: The traditional handmade papermaking orginated in the 8th century, here you can watch the most traditional way and process of paper making.
  • Bhutan Post Office Headquarters: Bhutan is the world’ famous “stamp-country” and you may create your own personalized stamp here, and send with those postcards to your beloved friends and family.
  • Changlimithang Stadium & Archery Ground: Try out archery, the Bhutanese National Sport.
  • Changangkha Lhakhang: The oldest temple in Thimphu.
  • Bhutan Handicraft Emporium & Norzin Lam Street: beautiful hand-woven items and crafts.

Day 3: Thimphu – Gangtey Gonpa – Punakha

  • Gangtey Monastery: the largest Nyingmapa monastery in western Bhutan founded in Year 1613.
  • Phobjika Valley: The valley of Phobjika, home of the migratory black-necked crane is one of the most beautiful spots in Bhutan.
    (crane season : late October to February) 

Day 4: Punakha – Paro

  • Punakha Dzong: A fortress built in 1637 was the ancient capital of Bhutan. Today, it is the winter palace for the monastic body of Bhutan as Punakha Valley, located between Pho Chhu (Father River) and Mo Chuu (Mother River.)
  • Chimi Lhakhang: Known as the “Fertility Temple” and famous as a place which induces fertility for all the visitors who come here wishing for a child.
  • Dochula Pass: Bhutan most beautiful mountains passes, enjoy the breathtaking views of the snow capped Eastern Himalayas. Druk Wangyal Chortens, 108 small chortens was built to honor Bhutanese soldiers who died in a 2003 military operation and dedicated to World Peace.

Day 5: Paro

  • Tiger Nest Monastery: Temple that build on the cliff edge about 3000m, one of the most amazing temples in the world. You may choose to walk uphill or ride a horse to midway point and continue hike to the monastery.
  • Dressing in Kira and Gho for Photo Shoot: Bhutan’s traditional dress is one of the most distinctive and vivid aspects of the country. Today, you can try the national costume and take beautiful photos!
  • Enjoy the farewell dinner at your Hotel with Local Cultural Dance Show to experience traditional music of Bhutan.

Day 6: Paro – Kuala Lumpur 

  • Drukgyel Dzong: a victory fortress of the 17th century. Although in ruins, this Dzong is preserved for its great historical importance.
  • Folk Heritage Museum: Rich Bhutanese folklore heritage is linked to the history of the village. The museum will strive to pass on the handicrafts from generation to generation by preserving a rich collection of crafts in different forms.
  • Local Market of Paro Town: Last-minute shopping for some local products.

Day 7: Arrive in Kuala Lumpur

  • Your Bhutan journey ends here. Tashi Delek!


Price per person in MYR
Departure Date Adult Twin Share
(12 Years Old & above)
Child With Bed
(2 – 11 Years Old)
Child Without Bed
(2 – 11 Years Old)
12 September 2024 From
(NP: 13,999)
(NP: 10,999)
(NP: 10,499)
30 January 2025
29 March 2025
(NP: 13,999)
(NP: 10,999)
(NP: 10,499)
Thimphu (2 Nights) – Dusit D2 or similar
Punakha (1 night) – Rkpo Green Resort / Zhingkham Resort / Four Boutique Hotel or similar
Paro (2 nights) – Tashi Namgay Resort / Tenzinling Luxury Camp / Tigernest Camp or similar


Price per person in MYR
Departure Date Adult Twin Share
(12 Years Old & above)
Child With Bed
(2 – 11 Years Old)
Child Without Bed
(2 – 11 Years Old)
20 December 2024 From
(NP: 13,999)
(NP: 10,999)
(NP: 10,499)
Thimphu (2 Nights) – Dusit D2 Yarkay or similar
Punakha (1 night) – Bhutanese-style Unique Lodging or similar
Paro (2 nights) – Le Meridien Hotel or similar


  • 5 nights’ hotel accommodation.
  • Full board meals.
  • Return economy flight from Kuala Lumpur to Paro
  • Tour with English speaking guide.
  • Airport tax and carrier-imposed fuel tax included.
  • Include local tour guide + driver tipping.
  • Pony ride 1 way up to mid-hill Tiger Nest (non-refundable if pax choose to walk).
  • Check-in baggage allowance 20 kgs Economy class / 30 kgs Business class.
  • Bhutan Visa Fee


  • Travel insurance.
  • Personal expenses.


  • Price is based on per person in Ringgit Malaysia.
  • A non-refundable booking fee of MYR 3,000 per person is required to secure a space. 
  • Confirmed bookings are non-cancellable and non-refundable.
  • The 0% Instalment Payment Plan (IPP) does not apply to this tour or package.
  • Any unutilised services included in the package are non-refundable & non-transferable.
  • Full payment of 60 working days before departure dates.


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