Fewer tourists at tshechu as govt. works on tourism boom

Punakha — The Punakha Tshechu began yesterday, immediately following the end of the three-day Dromchoe on February 18, and saw significant attendance with hundreds of locals. However, there was a notable disparity in the number of tourists, both regional and foreign.

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