Thursday, December 15, 2011

Looking for answers in the Peak Height

original text by Amalia Handayani Puri, executive summary by Darmansjah


Humans tend to seek answers to these questions in his life. The beginning, continuation, until the stop is a ways to answer any questions. Indeed, not all questions have to always find the answer as soon as possible. Some people do not hesitate to choose traveling as one way to answer the questions of life that is rarely revealed in everyday life.

Location traveling of course take a major role to help us answer. Looking at it from different angles would affect our life choices. Thus, the plateau is believed to relieve us see things from a different perception. Culture, environment, social circumstances, and places beyond the reach of everyday life helps us to answer the question of life or even increase.

Bhutan, Nepal, Tibet, and India are the rows of names on the plateau that offers a difference. Then, began the journey.


Originally he believed to mean 'place for the water that freezes' if it comes from the word Katchari taken. Many ancient manuscripts refer to Bhutan was 'land dragon'. But others believe that Bhutan closely with the Sanskrit language which means 'end of Tibet'. Bhutan itself was once part of Tibet.

Directly bordering India and Tibet, the vast territory of about 45.500 km2. Some of the world's highest mountain is the main wall of Bhutan. Bhutan's geographical location presents a landscape that ensures that make clucking.

From Singapore, Bhutan including a long destinations. Upon the recommendation of some wanderer. May is the perfect time to visit it. Considering the weather, the colors are welcoming the season blossoming flora scattered without forgetting to invite a fragrant scent. Travelers are advised not to come to Bhutan solely. Many travel agents from local people to provide services and ready to serve tourists to every corner of everyday experience. No half-hearted they can also serve lodging with local residents to experience family relationships, food, and interaction with local people.

One of the agenda shall while in Bhutan are attending the Tshechu Festival which takes place in the ParoValley. Festival to commemorate the distinguished teacher-Guru Rimpoche, is one of the interesting attractions that abstinence is passed. Guru Rimpoche himself is spreaders 'way of life' that many locals carried.

In the festival, for two to three days, people were dancing, grateful, and also read religious texts aloud. His face was not just plain. Typical masks covered their faces with varied accents. Costumes with bright colors will be subject to attract attention.

Apart from being the second largest town in Bhutan. Paro is also a center of palaces, temples, and ancient monasteries. Thus, the city's museum also offers a line of the history of Bhutan in conducting their daily lives. So, famous places, such as a guidebook in Bhutan. Taktshang Monastery, Kichu Lhakang. National Museum of Bhutan and Paro Dzong is a list of travel happiness. Not only that, there is also a valley more than 2,000 meters altitude called Thimpu worth visiting. Therein lies the Tashichho Dzong monastery famous for its location on the edge of the cliff. Many films and books have perpetuated the legend. In the summer, a lot of dumb come to perform rituals there. Thimpu city views from the cliff to carve its own grandeur. Do not miss the School of Dzongka look unique.

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