Bhutan Tourism Celebrates 50 years of Sustainable Tourism

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Celebrate Bhutan’s 50th Anniversary of Tourism with a captivating event at The Exchange at Asia Square on July 2, 2024.

Druk Asia and The Department of Tourism of Bhutan have partnered with The Exchange to host an enchanting evening filled with Bhutan’s mystical tales, breathtaking natural beauty, and a tasting of a limited edition K5 whiskey – a unique blend infused with natural Himalayan Spring waters and Bhutanese grain spirits. These will also be Bhutanese snacks including the “national dish of Bhutan” – Ema Datshi a dish made of chilies and cheese.

“Happiness in a Glass” at The Exchange – 2 July 2024

Date: 2 July 2024, Tuesday
Time: 6.30pm to 8.00pm
Venue: The Exchange @ Asia Square
Address : 8 Marina View #01-05, Asia Square Tower 1, Singapore 018960

Ticket price at $27.31 on Eventbrite – https://bit.ly/bhutanwhiskey_2July

Event Highlights:

Tales and Wonders of Bhutan: Delve into Bhutan’s spiritual heritage through stories that intertwine the kingdom’s natural splendor with its deeply rooted traditions. Learn how Bhutan’s unique spiritual practices are seamlessly integrated with its pristine landscapes, creating a harmonious environment where visitors find peace and happiness.

K5 Whisky Tasting: Sample the K5 Premium Blend Whiskey, an exquisite whiskey originally crafted to commemorate the Coronation of His Majesty the Fifth Druk Gyalpo, King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuk. The K5 is a blend of Scottish vatted malt, high-quality grain neutral spirit, and natural spring water from Bhutan.

Cultural Insights: Learn more about the flavours of Bhutan with some inspired snacks, and Bhutan’s Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Carissa Nimah will also share more about their spiritual concept of “Neykor,” which means pilgrimage in Dzongkha, Bhutan’s national language.

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Learn more about the landscapes of Bhutan that are believed to be imbued with restorative energies that foster spiritual harmony and inner peace. The spiritual heritage of Bhutan is deeply intertwined with its natural beauty, where ancient monasteries and sacred pilgrimage routes are nestled within lush forests, towering mountains, and serene valleys, creating a harmonious landscape that fosters both spiritual reflection and a profound connection with nature.

Druk Asia is the official agent for Drukair (Royal Bhutan Airlines) in Singapore and a bespoke tour operator with a profound passion for Bhutan.

The Department of Tourism of Bhutan is responsible for the development and promotion of sustainable tourism in Bhutan. It works to share the Kingdom’s remarkable places, people and experiences with conscious travellers, guided by the principles of high value, low volume tourism.

The Exchange at Asia Square is a dining venue that offers a platform for cultural exchange and immersive experiences. Known for hosting events that bring global traditions and insights to Singapore, The Exchange aims to provide enriching and engaging experiences to elevate the dining experience for Singapore’s Central Business District clientele.

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