The Himalayas, have for centuries inspired adventurers, poets, and pilgrims to visit the land of the Gods and Goddesses, Nepal.
Bhutan, called Druk Yul by its people, is known as the “Land of the Thunder Dragon”. It is one of the world’s most beautiful, yet mysterious places.
The Gobi in the south features pockets of breathtaking scenery, bridged by vast stretches of desolation where silence and solitude dominate the area.
The stately COMO Villa is our two-bedroom headline suite. A large living area opens up to panoramic views of the Paro Valley, while an alfresco hot stone bathtub and an open-air courtyard with fire pit tempt you to cosy up outside whatever the Himalayan weather.
The Royal Raven Suite provides the ultimate Bhutanese experience. It is named in part to honour Uzha Jarog Dongchen – the Raven Crown of Bhutan, a symbol of Mahakala and protective deity of the first Zhabdrung.
The newly redesigned Executive Suites remain true to The Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace Art Deco interiors while infusing an even higher level of residential luxury.
“A Poem of the Himalayas”
On a path winding into wonder
touching through rain and thunder
filling hearts with awe
lies a beauty pure and raw.
The Himalayas, have for centuries inspired adventurers, poets, and pilgrims to visit the land of the Gods and Goddesses, Nepal. A journey unlike any other, this trip begins in the lap of Mount Everest. You’ll visit Bhutan, the land of the Thunder Dragon as well as Mongolia, home to the infamous and legendary Ghengis Khan. With each stop, you’ll be immersed into centuries of history and culture, in lands that are little pieces of heaven fallen to Earth.
With the nearly seamless blend of Buddhism and Hinduism, Nepal has given birth to a rich and unique culture. Your tour will provide you insight into the mythical and storied past of the birthplace of the Lord Buddha. You’ll visit the resplendent landscapes of the Buddhist Kingdom, Bhutan. Home to the Drukpa Kagyupa sect of Mahayana Buddhism, the Bhutanese people have protected this sacred heritage and a unique identity for centuries by choosing to remain shrouded deeply in guarded isolation. You’ll finish your expedition in Mongolia, a land of nomadic horsemen and arid steppes, jagged mountains, and the massive Gobi Desert. Mongolia’s cold, windy landscape evokes images of Genghis Khan and his Mongol hordes. Traditional and exotic, Mongolian culture still revolves around a nomadic heritage, proudly displayed during the Naadam Festival. Held annually, the festival calls fourth warriors of all ages to compete in wrestling, archery, and cross-country horse racing to test and prove their strength and courage.