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nice spot

on the way to Tongsa from Gangtay make a stop here it s another napalese stuppa style close to the... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2017
ksarman
,
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar
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A nice place for a lunch break

On our trip from Punakha to Trongsa we made a picnic lunch break in this peaceful and quiet place... read more

Reviewed 19 May 2017
Walter1945
,
Zurich, Switzerland
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13 Jun 2017
“nice spot”
19 May 2017
“A nice place for a lunch break”
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Chendebji, Trongsa, Bhutan
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Reviewed 13 June 2017 via mobile

on the way to Tongsa from Gangtay make a stop here it s another napalese stuppa style close to the river there is one good restaurant too

Thank ksarman
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Reviewed 19 May 2017

On our trip from Punakha to Trongsa we made a picnic lunch break in this peaceful and quiet place, while our guide and our driver preferred to have lunch in the small village about a km past this chorten.

Thank Walter1945
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Reviewed 26 June 2016

This Nepali-styled Chorten is tied to a folklore that harmful demons used to roam the area in the past and take the lives of innocent at night and destroy any temples built. Hence this chorten was built to subdue harmful demons and their bodies are...More

Thank yEeVoNy25
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Reviewed 14 May 2016 via mobile

One of the few Nepali style stupa in Bhutan. It is built next to the river, tranquil & serene with the prayers' flag flapping. A place of worship & a great venue for picnic for the Bhutanese.

Thank AGK5656
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Reviewed 12 May 2016 via mobile

It is located right next to the road. Does not have any specific architectural value. Need not see it on foot.

Thank Sandeep P
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Reviewed 28 April 2016

The chorten is almost an hr after Pele la and given the current road conditions Trongsa is another 1.5 -2 hrs (41km) drive from this Chorten. The chorten is right next to a river and is famous because of the Nepali-influence. It is modeled on...More

Thank gitanjali m
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Reviewed 26 April 2016

A beautiful place to visit. Wonderful photo opportunities. Met some lovely elderly locals here and gave them a lift to Chendebji.

Thank julie h
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Reviewed 24 January 2016

As we were travelling west (from Paro) to Bhumthang, we have passed many chortens ... beware, not to simply drive past. All part of the experience of travelling through Bhutan

1  Thank gro05
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Reviewed 14 July 2015

Not much to say about it, except that it's quite a pretty picnic-y spot. Check out the river and magnolia blooms nearby.

Thank madhugopalan
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Reviewed 7 July 2015

Between Trongsa and Punakha so a good rest stop. Two rivers meet. It's pretty, but to the untrained eye, just another stupa.

Thank Lynne S
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