Eastern Bhutan and Western Bhutan are only unified at the end of the last century, prior to that they were separated by many wars. As such, the dialects spoken by these 2 areas are so different that the two groups find it very difficult to understand each other. Another difference is that Eastern Bhutan is warmer than Western Bhutan, which is suitable for growing corn, rice, wheat, potatoes, and lemongrass.
The journey to the east is one of the most beautiful journeys in the Himalayas regions. Visitors will enter into a world of unexplored trekking, historical and cultural escapes, great scenery, traditional textiles making and natural wonders.