Butter Tea and Sustainable Bhutanese Food at Wangdue Ecolodge, Bhutan (Day 17)

Butter Tea and Sustainable Bhutanese Food at Wangdue Ecolodge, Bhutan (Day 17)
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On Day 17 of our Bhutan travel and food trip we drove from Phobjikha Valley back to Thimphu, Bhutan, stopping for some Bhutanese food along the way.

Bhutanese breakfast at Phub Lham Farmhouse – For breakfast we had Bhutanese food at the home stay. The suja, butter tea was fantastic, and the ezay chili sauce was also very good. We also ate white Himalayan rice in a wooden bowl.

Wangdue Ecolodge – Driving from Phobjikha Valley back to Thimphu we stopped in Wangdue to eat lunch at the ecolodge. It was a nice place and the owner is really pushing to create a sustainable lodge, both with accommodation and food. The Bhutanese lunch we had was delicious.

Thank you to Chechay (Bhutan Musk Travels http://bhutanmusktravels.com/) for accompanying us on this amazing trip in Bhutan!

Thank you Tenzin our driver for driving us to Phobjikha Valley!


It was an honor to be invited by MyBhutan to visit Bhutan to explore Bhutanese food and culture. Thank you to MyBhutan Productions for making my trip and this video possible!

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  1. I love ya videos but bro I'm not eating with my hands . Once I discovered utensils I'm not pawing at my food. Seems ancient

  2. Thank you for showing us the world and it's culture through food! Sisterly advice though, please do not bang the spoon on your teeth, it's gonna damage your beautiful teeth 😍 sooner or later

  3. We should learn a lot from Bhutan since it is the happiest place in the world. Stop complaining and be contented with what you have. Stop negativity. Each country has its own culture and should be respected. Stay at home if you do not like adventures.

  4. there's so much harsh comments here I thought I'll leave a little bit of love in this section even 11 months later. The Bhutan serie has a documentary quality to it, I believe that was a lifetime experience and that Mark has really come to know the dephts of this part of the world. We're just lucky he brought us along with him.

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