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Zhiwa Ling Heritage - Paro, Bhutan
“This wonderfully atmospheric property is steeped in the richness of the culture in Bhutan. Traditional architecture, local styling and rituals all provide an air of authenticity. As one of National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World, Zhiwa Ling Heritage epitomises the Bhutanese notion of ‘Gross National Happiness’ and shines a spotlight on sustainability.”
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Set amongst 10 acres of gardens in the Paro Valley, Zhiwa Ling Heritage is an exquisite resort that blends Bhutanese architecture and traditions with modern day luxuries. One of National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World, it epitomises the Bhutanese notion of ‘Gross National Happiness’ and shines a spotlight on sustainability.
The guest suites at Zhiwa Ling Heritage are divided amongst the main house and cottages. The elegant rooms feature king-size or twin queen beds and a spacious living area adorned with rich fabrics and traditional artworks, while the en suites have bathtub, shower and Swedish underfloor heating.
Lingka restaurant serves international cuisine, and Gawa offers Bhutanese dishes and Western classics. Pre and post dinner drinks can be enjoyed at the Mad Monk Bar, and there’s an intimate tea house.
Zhiwa Ling Heritage offers activities include yoga overlooking the Taktsang ‘Tiger’s Nest’ monastery, meditation with monks, hiking to monasteries, temples and villages, receiving a monk’s blessing, birding with experts, and indulging in rejuvenating spa treatments.