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On Day 16 of our travel and food tour of Bhutan we had an amazing Bhutanese breakfast, took a hike, visited another village for lunch, and stayed at a local home farm stay.

Gangtay Nature Trail – In the morning we took a hike to see black necked cranes. The views of Phobjikha Valley were spectacular.

Yangkha Dem Farmhouse – We drove over to another village and stopped for lunch at another farm house. Some of the Bhutanese dishes we ate included lom – turnip leaves, ezay – any kind of chili sauce or chili pickle, and shamu datshi – mushrooms and cheese.

Phub Lham Farmhouse – At the end of the day, we checked into another farm house home stay in Phobjikha Valley, Bhutan to spend the night.


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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  • Janet Seidlitz 11 months ago

    You and Ying need to invest in some cold weather gear. I would suggest LL Bean. They cost a bit more, but the quality is travel worthy. Think layers and don't forget hands, feet, and head wear.

  • christeena george 11 months ago

    Why don't you take a trip to Kerala

  • villfood 11 months ago

    Very good recipe

  • Getaway venture 11 months ago

    superb…its so nicely captured.

  • My papa 11 months ago

    Come during summer, we have lots of asparagus and mushrooms dishes.

  • kinley tshering 11 months ago

    Haha Mr Mark i like the way you eat it's look so delicious and watering from my mouth and I'm also from bhutan

  • bonzki bop 11 months ago

    Mark i just loveee all your videos specially this bhutan thank you for
    Of these videos we are able
    To see thr beautiful places because of you. God bless you and your family. Stay safe travelling kisses and hugs from philippines/South Australia

  • Jordanne Elaine 11 months ago

    I'm enjoying the Bhutan series too. I like to see a bit of remote places. How about the Marshall Islands next?

  • Rigzin Dolkar 11 months ago

    Bhutan famous red rice, cheese, I love Bhutan's unique, original food and not mixed up with other countries because now a days many countries create their own version food by using spices from other countries but Bhutan's food is so original and unique and uses it own spices grown in Bhutan, that is why Bhutan's food is so unique and authentic .

  • Rigzin Dolkar 11 months ago

    The food is so natural and Bhutan's unique food culture, and beautiful and clean country, fresh air.Each country has its unique food, and Bhutan has its own.

  • Helmy Fahmiansyah 11 months ago

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  • Farhan Farabi 11 months ago

    You should try bengali foods of Kolkata and Bangladesh

  • Yan Neyonghang Yakthungba 11 months ago

    we get so many protin from this red rice this is the orginal rice .

  • Erica S -Ohio 11 months ago

    Soooooo beautiful

  • ใครด่ามา กุด่ากลับ 11 months ago

    looks very spicy breakfast.