Drukair resumes weekly charter flights to Timor Leste's capital...
Paro FC wins third Premier League title in nail biting fashion in...
Founder and CEO of Samuh, Nyema Zam, recently won the Business...
Historic Turnout for 2023 National Council Election & the Surprising unpredictability of the Bhutanese electorate
Drukair resumes weekly charter flights to Timor Leste's capital Dili after pandemic
Bhutan now has 200 electric vehicles on the road, with another hundred to be dispatched very soon.
His Majesty delivered the Royal Address on the Opening Ceremony of the 8th Session of the Third Parliament, 4th November, 2022.
Jamyang Jamtsho Wangchuk launched The Messenger: Ride for Action, planting trees and talking to everybody.
Cordyceps Sinensis has many health benefits, which includes being an aphrodisiac.
The royals of Bhutan have an honourable legacy. Visiting their people is part of it.
Bhutan continues to train tailors in both traditional Bhutanese tailoring and western dressmaking.
Founder and CEO of Samuh, Nyema Zam, recently won the Business Rice Awards 2022.
Bhutan endeavours to guide their youth towards innovation and creativity. The trickle-down effect has seen Tangmachu Central School’s...
Bhutan uses hydropower to conserve the environment, produce electricity, and achieve economic self-reliance.
Even though the Internet was developed in the 1960s, the tiny Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan was only introduced to it in June 1999.
Paro FC wins third Premier League title in nail biting fashion in final match of the season.
Sitting at the 186th position in the FIFA rankings, Bhutan looks to improve its rankings in the years to come.
There’s an atmosphere of excitement and anticipation growing in the valleys of Bhutan as football fans in the country await what appears to...
Bhutan has made tremendous progress in cricket.
As the slow pace towards a pre-pandemic world begins, two of the country’s domestic airports are going through their own challenges and...
The best seasons and locations for birdwatching in the Kingdom of Bhutan.
Visitors to Bhutan will now have to pay more than triple the previous Sustainable Development Fees (SDF).
All you have to do is to share your fond memories of Bhutan.
The Bhutanese love it hot.
Women are the decision-makers at home, but something is keeping them from public life.
The vibrations from the bowl affect your body and mind.
The Bhutanese believe that hot springs are a blessing from the Buddha.