Bhutan Nightlife

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    A monsoon party
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  • Chill out!
    Chill out!
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  • Nightlife
    by Narviking

Bhutan Nightlife

  • Late Nights

    Night life in Bhutan begins quite late and doesn't last too long. Going in at 11 is a little too early. People start flowing in at 12 midnight and within15 minutes the club is full. The party is amazing but doesn't last beyond 2.30 am. The best part is it is extremely cheap. Entry fee is usually 200 Nu. That is approximately US$ 5.Before going to...

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  • Traditional Dancing

    My visit was during the off-season, so I was the only "foreign soul" in my hotel at this time. But at one night, there was a celebration for the Ministery of Trade and Tourism (or so) and I witnessed a traditional dance. The women, dressed in bright colourful clothes danced in a circle and sang traditional songs (according to my guide) to the music...

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  • Pubs and Music

    In Thimpu, the nightlife is interesting! There are lots of pubs that serve local brews as well as standard brands, along with local food and live music. To enter, one has to pay a cover charge of 50/-, which is adjusted against the bill.The atmosphere is lively, lots of young folks clad in western wear / traditional dress throng to these places, to...

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  • There isnt much nigthlife in...

    There isnt much nigthlife in Bhutan but those who want it can try 'Club X' nightclub or the disco at Riverside Hotel. Both saturdays only. There are also a few bars in Thimphu and you will find them if you walk along the main street in town. There is also a cinema in centre of town that supposedly show one hindi and one english film daily. I spent...

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  • Laugh about this and take...

    Laugh about this and take enough books with you on your trip !Without joke: I was told, not to share the nightlife.Many fights are here and some Bhutanese don't like foreign tourists so much, so better make yourselve tired enough till nighttime, so not to need to go out !

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  • none, unless there is a party...

    none, unless there is a party at someone's house. Serveral Bars though not very good. Palingpas can wear what ever they want. Bhutanese must wear national dress. National identity and all that stuff. Good idea but a very strict rule. Foreigners look very out of place in a gho or kira unless they have been there a while and know how to wear it.

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