Gul Panag's Winter Bhutan Diaries Included DochuLa And Many Hidden Gems

Gul Panag's first destination in Bhutan was the DochuLa Pass which is 3100m above sea level and gives  a 360 degree view of the Himalayas. 

On her way, she explored two cafes that not many people knew about.

The next place she visited is the Wangchuk Lo Dzong Military school. 

Gul, her husband and son Nihal then reached the highest motorable point on Dantak road, Chelela Pass. 

They visited Simply Bhutan which is known as a one of a kind living  museum in Bhutan. 

Gul took pictures with the locals in the city doning their traditional hat. 

Their next stop was the Great Buddha Dordenma which houses one hundred thousand small Buddha statues. 

They took a mandatory family selfie here. 

The next destination was Paro. Here the temperature was 5 degree but Gul and family continued exploring temples, resorts and more. 

Gul tried on the traditional attire of Bhutan with her son Nihal.