This is exitcing 14 days tour which starts Captital City of China - Beijing. We Visit 4 days Forbidden city, tian men square, China great wall before take a flight to Lhasa City- visiting sera monastery, Jokhang temple, Potala Palace and take a cross himalayan flight to Kathmandu- Capital of himalayan Country Nepal. Kathmandu  offers fascinating temples, palaces and stupas. Our final destination is Bhutan - the last shangrila- take a flight to paro, visit Thimpu, punakha, tigers nest etc. before flyinh back to bangkok or delhi for your onward flight to your home.


Day 01: Arrive Beijing
Arrival in Beijing Airport on 6:00 PM, you are welcomed by the hospitable meeting and transfer to Hotel, and afternoon relax and rest for the rest of the day. O/N at Hotel.

Day 02: Beijing
Touring the Tian Men square, the forbidden city and the heavenly temple. O/N at Hotel. (B)

Day 03: Beijing
Touring the Great wall and the Ming tombs, Chinese Acrobats show with dinner in the evening. O/N at Hotel. (B)

Day 04: Beijing – Lhasa
Morning, after breakfast, touring the summer palace and the Beijing old town Hutong area with Rishaw tour, In the evening Fly to Gongar airport and Drive to Lhasa through the Yerlung Tsangpo and The Lhasa Kyichu River. O/N at Hotel. (B)

Day 05: Lhasa
Morning visit Potala palace, the seat of both religion and politics in Tibet. It was built in the 7th century by Tibetan king Songtsen Gampo and later renovated by the 5th Dalailama in the 17th century. Afternoon visit Sera monastery 5 kilometer north of Lhasa city, It was built in 1419 by Jamchen Choeji, a disciple of Tsongkhapa, the founder of the Gelugpa sect. Sera is one of the three major monasteries of yellow sect in Tibet. O/N at Hotel. (B)

Day 06: Lhasa
Morning visit Drepung monastery, which is the largest Monastery of the Gelugpa sect in Lhasa, which was built in 1416 by Jamyang chojie a disciple of Tsongkhapa. Afternoon visit Jokhang Tempale and Barkhor market, this is the holiest shrine in Tibet and houses of golden statue of the Shakyamuni Buddha which was brought to Tibet by the Chinese princess Wenchen. O/N at Hotel. (B)

Day 07: Lhasa / Kathmandu
Transfer to the airport from Lhasa city and fly to Kathmandu Airport and Transfer to Hotel. O/N at Hotel. (B)

Day 08: Kathmandu
It’s an experience not to be missed – wake up in the early morning to witness the beautiful sunrise outlook from the hotel before breakfast serving. The next, we head for Kathmandu and keep half day valley sightseeing’s with Kathmandu Durbar Square, the place of the Malla and then the Shah Kings of Nepal, visiting Kumari Temple, house of the virgin goddess, visiting Swoyambhunath, a stupa on the top of hill – from here you can overlook the scenery of Kathmandu Valley and another half day visit Patan City. O/N at Hotel. (B)

Day 09: Kathmandu
After breakfast, start the trip to visit Kathmandu Valley with its various important religious centers; Pashupatinath (Hindu Temple), nearby along the banks of the Bagmati River, where is the cremation area for the dead, Boudhanath is possibly the largest stupa in the world and the center for Tibetan school of Buddhism. Followed by driving onto Bhaktapur, the medical city of devotes and the best preserved of all the ancients cities of Kathmandu Valley. O/N at Hotel. (B)

Day 10: Kathmadu - Paro
Arrival at Paro airport, you are met by your guide and driven to Thimpu, 2.5 hrs. Check in hotel and after refreshment, stroll in the township. (B.L.D)

Day 11: Thimpu - Punakha
Explore the fascinatingly colorful town of Thimphu. You will visit the Arts and Crafts school, Traditional Medicine Institute, King Jigme Doreje Memorial Chorten, traditional paper factory, Botanical Garden where you can watch yak and the National animal of Bhutan-Takin. In the afternoon, you will explore downtown Thimphu on foot and will visit Handicrafts Emporium. Evening drive 2-3 hours to Punakha.  (B/L/D)

Day 12: Punakha visit and Paro
Visit Punakaha Zhong in the morning and transfer to Paro. Visit Paro City. O/N at Hotel. (B/L/D)

Day 13: Excursion to Taktsang Monastery
Taktsang is the most famous of all Bhutanese monasteries. It is perched on the side of a cliff 900 m above the floor of the Paro valley, where the only sounds are the murmurs of the wind, and water and the chanting of the monks. The name Taktsang means ‘Tigers Nest'; the Guru is said to have flown on the back of a tigress to the site of the monastery where he meditated in a cave for three months.

The monastery itself is closed to tourists except by special permit. However the one-hour walk to the viewpoint, where there is a small wooden teahouse provides a close-up view of the monastery. It's also a good warm-up hike if you are going trekking. O/N at Hotel. (B.L.D)

Day 14: Departure
Transfer to airport and Fly to Delhi or to Kathmandu or to bangkok or other cities, (B)

(B- Breakfast)



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