The Pema by Realm, Thori Lam, Thimphu, Bhutan
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Nearby Attractions

  • Changangkha Monastery built in the 12th Century, is one of our capital’s oldest monasteries and is visible from the 5th Floor as it is perched on a small hilltop next door, just a minute’s walk away from The Pema. The ancient temple

  • The Takin is Bhutan’s national animal and physically appears to be the cross-combination of an ox, antelope, sheep and goat. This unique and rare animal is endemic to the Eastern Himalayas, and the best part is that the reserve is

  • For those who love the outdoors, Thimphu offers some lovely day walking trails and light hikes for anyone who wants to connect with nature. One of our favourites is the scenic and invigorating 8km Thimphu-Phajoding Trail. This amazing trail ascends

  • Built-in honour of Bhutan’s 3rd King, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, the National Memorial Chorten is a beautiful tribute to world peace. The word "Chorten" in Dzongkha, Bhutan’s national language, refers to a Buddhist shrine containing precious religious relics and offerings. This

  • National Library With its rare collections of ancient documents, sacred religious manuscripts, scriptures and also the world’s largest published book “Bhutan: A Visual Odyssey Across the Last Himalayan Kingdom” the National Library is still one of Thimphu’s hidden treasures. Folk Heritage Museum The

  • Kuenselphodrang, or Buddha Point is famous for the world’s largest Sakyamuni Buddha Statue at 51.5 meters high and perched on a mountain top. As a pilgrimage landmark, it is now a focal point for all Buddhists around the world

  • Tashichho Dzong or “Fortress of Auspicious Doctrine” was built in 1641 by the Founder of Bhutan, Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. Since 1952, this fortress has served as the seat of the Royal Government and presently houses the Throne Room of His