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Marriage and Special Occasion

For couples on honeymoon or for those celebrating a special wedding anniversary or special occasion we can arrange a blessing ceremony in a Buddhist temple. The ceremony will be held in the magnificent but intimate main shrine room.

The marriage and special occasion blessings can be added to any of our packages included in this contract at the supplements indicated below:

Rates USD 1840.00 per couple inclusive of all charges.

The supplementary marriage and special occasion blessing rate is inclusive of the following:

  • Blessing ceremony with 10-15 monks.

  • Bhutanese Gho & Kira Rental.

  • One special private dinner for a couple along with a bottle of house wine.  

  • Rates include borrowed outfits, however, should the couple prefers to purchase their own traditional outfits, and this can be arranged for an additional cost. Should this be the case, our staff will organize a special fitting.

Other Supplements (subject to availability if needed)Bhutanese

  • Photographer at $ 340 Net per day inclusive of tax and service.

  • Make-up artist at $350 Net per day inclusive of tax and service - including cosmetics from vendor.

Special Package

The ceremony will be held in the magnificent but intimate main shrine room and will run as follows:

  • Beyond The Sky Adventures staff will dress the couple in fine traditional Bhutanese costumes – Gho for man and Kira for the lady.

  • The couple enter the inner courtyard of the temple through a gateway and on into the shrine room.

  • About 10 – 15 monks will conduct ceremonial prayers, accompanied by drums, horns and cymbals – the prayers are dedicated to a long, prosperous and happy relationship for the couple.

  • The couple will make wishes and say prayers whilst exchanging white scarves (kha dhar). The scarves are held and blessed by the head monk along with the symbols of the eight lucky signs throughout the ceremony before husband and wife exchange the scarves.

  • The ceremony will last for about 2 hours with guests seated on the floor at all times, a nendar (offering of money) is then presented to the monks.

  • The couple, and any guests accompanying them, should bring offerings for the temple, including butter lamps, incense, small notes of cash and fruit, should they wish. They could buy strings of prayer flags and have them blessed for loved ones.

  • The afternoon is free for relaxing around either enjoying the hotel facilities or maybe sampling a spa treatment if available.

  • In the evening, we will provide a special four course menu for the couple along with the bottle of house wine.

Important Information:

Photographs: Whilst there are no restriction on photography outside monasteries and courtyards, photography is strictly forbidden inside the temples. We can arrange professional photographers for souvenir photos at an additional charge


The Kingdom of Bhutan does not issue official marriage certificates to foreigners.

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