Terma Linca Resort & Spa sits proudly on a curved bank of the Wangchu (Thimphu) River. The resort showcases local architecture and Bhutanese charm. With 30 traditional rooms and suites offering the perfect blend of modern convenience and rustic charm you are welcomed to your home in the Himalayas. A full service spa and numerous dining options make the resort a perfect location for relaxing after a day of exploring the wonderful bounty of Bhutan's charm and majesty.
The natural beauty of the river that meanders or glides past, depending on the season, creating a natural soundtrack to your stay. Crisp fresh air and the aroma of seasonal flowers stimulate the senses and the stunning mountain landscape surrounding the resort gives a sense that you have truly reached a "perfect" location.
Our luxury resort is located in a serene but convenient journey of only a five-minutes by car from the traditional, laid-back capital of Thimphu. Guests arriving from Paro International Airport will enjoy a fifty-minute journey through small villages and lush green landscapes surrounded by towering mountains.
The location of Terma Linca together with its elegant architecture and refined simplicity, gives the resort an understated magical lull. Whether you enjoy peaceful days sitting by the river or high altitude hikes in the mountains, Terma Linca is the place for you to truly enjoy your stay in Bhutan.
Aie Restaurant offers a delightful mix of international cuisine in a traditional setting with sweeping views over the Wangchu to distant mountains. Menus change seasonally and reflect the fresh produce available in the resorts organic herb garden.
The exclusive traditional Apa Restaurant is located alongside the Wangchu and offers diners an unforgettable taste of authentic Bhutanese dining. Dishes are prepared in the traditional method on wood fire earthen stoves while local folk singers and traditional dancers serenade diners ensuring not only a gastronomical treat but also a cultural delight. Guests are welcomed with a glass of traditional rice wine known as Ara before taking their seats either indoors or at the outdoor area to enjoy a cultural show.
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