Located near the Meditation House and our greenhouse, the Tea House welcomes you in to relax. Enjoy reading your own book or choose one from our abundant library. Write postcards or scribble in your journal. Sip an invigorating cup of Bhutan butter tea. Recharge your soul in this cozy nook which also features a wood burning stove to keep you warm on cold days.
Download the Tea House brochure to select your choice of tea.
Utilise our business centre, spacious conference rooms and private board room for your next business or corporate engagement and experience wonderful hospitality and goodwill by our highly qualified Bhutanese staff.
All conference facilities are conveniently located on the first floor of the main building. Your colleagues and associates will enter via the grand main foyer - an impressive entry with elaborate hand-carved wooden cornices in the traditional Bhutanese colours of blue, red, saffron, emerald green and gold. The boardroom is ideal for small meetings and can comfortably seat up to ten people. The Chele La conference room seats up to 160 theatre style while the Pele La conference room seats up to 80 theatre style. Audio visual support and internet connectivity are available on demand.
Zhiwa Ling Heritage is proud to host a number of large national and international events. We look forward to talking over your requirements.
Gain a deeper appreciation of this ancient Buddhist kingdom and its spiritual heritage by observing the placement of significant masters, saints and lamas.
Many ceremonies have taken place inside our Buddhist temple including Lhab Sang Ritual. This Ritual is a ceremony to celebrate new beginnings and special occasions.
Located on the second floor of the main building, Our temple has been built with 450 year old timbers that were originally part of Gangtey Monastery (built 1613 AD).Our temple has Guru Rinpoche as the central figure flanked by Terton Pema Lingpa on the left and Zhabdrug Ngawang Namgyal on right, facing them.
Watch a short video about the life of Siddhārtha Buddha, as told by Sonam Zam.