Registration – Tour of the Dragon

TOUR OF THE DRAGON – Registration Fee:

CATEGORY AMOUNT
International USD $250
National Nu. 7000/
SAARC USD $165
Expat USD $165

 Last date for registration 25th August 2020

 * Students and Armed Force 50 % off (will need to submit proof of ID)


BHUTAN PARTICIPANTS, ARMED FORCES & STUDENT PARTICIPANTS REGISTRATION

Tour of the Dragon: 11th ToD Registration Form
(Deadline for Registration is August 25th, 2020)

SAARC PARTICIPANTS, EXPATS HOLDING A WORK PERMIT** & INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPANTS REGISTRATION

International Participants please be sure to read this information about Traveling to Bhutan

If you have a credit card you may Sign Up Online through Active.com for Tour of the Dragon.

**Only an Ex Pat holding a work permit may qualify for the ExPat registration price. Family members of ExPat’s must pay International Participant registration prices listed above.

If you do not have a credit card download the form below and mail it in.

Tour of the Dragon: 11th ToD Registration Form(Deadline for Registration is August 25th, 2020)

For Wiring of Registration Fee use the following information:

For Ngultrum:

Name of Bank: Bank of Bhutan Limited, Thimphu, Bhutan
Branch: Thimphu
Swift Code: BHUBBTBT 022
Account No.: 100900382
Beneficiary: Bhutan Olympic Committee

For USD Remittance:

Beneficiary Bank:

Bank of Bhutan Ltd
Main Branch, Thimphu, Bhutan
Post Box No. 102
Thimphu, Bhutan
Swift code: BHUBBTBT022

Receivers Correspondent Bank/Routing Bank:

Standard Chartered Bank Ltd.
One Madison Ave
New York, NY 10010-3603
Swift Code: SCBLUS33
Chips ABA 0256
FEDWIRE ROUTING NO. 026002561
Beneiciary Bank’s A/C No. 3582036853001 (USD)

Ultimate beneficiary Account No. 100900382
Name: Bhutan Olympic Committee
Branch Name: Thimphu

Download the Drug Policy

Gold Sponsor
Seisa_logo
Silver Sponsor
Amankora-logo_High-Res
Bronze Sponsor
yudruk copy
Event Partner
WE 2
Refreshment Partner
Coca-Cola-Logosq
Logistics Partner
hotel LOGO selected
Official Flying Partner
drukair

© 2020. All Rights Reserved. Photos courtesy of Red Bulletin/Justin Bastien