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Bhutan witnesses its newest luxury property with the launch of Pemako Punakha

Pemako, an emerging luxury hospitality brand originating in Bhutan, unveiled its latest addition- Pemako Punakha. Nestled across 70 sprawling acres of land, this property boasts a collection of 19 opulent tented villas, alongside a two-bedroom tented villa and a presidential tented villa, each discreetly positioned to harmonize with the surrounding natural splendor. Positioned just a 3.5-hour drive away from the Paro International Airport (116km), Pemako Punakha beckons with its serene location.

Commenting on the launch, Christiane Doris Wasfy, General Manager, Pemako, said, “We are delighted to introduce the luxury hospitality group – Pemako and its stunning properties to Indian travellers. As we celebrate the grand opening of Pemako Punakha, a result of 7 years of dedication, design and innovation, we look forward to catering to adventurers and explorers constantly seeking unique journeys. The group offers ideal stay experiences with its 2 stellar properties in Punakha and Thimphu that embrace nature, and cultural realms and offer extraordinary gastronomy – all the while giving the freedom and the time to detach oneself from worldly distractions, to think and feel more deeply. We are looking forward to welcoming guests from around the world and showcasing the beauty of Bhutan through Pemako.”

Regarding dining options, the establishment prides itself on providing guests with fresh, organic, locally sourced ingredients, crafting traditional Bhutanese cuisine. Additionally, guests have the option to unwind in the evenings with a selection of handcrafted cocktails available at the Five Nectars Bar.

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