Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown S11E08 - Bhutan

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Free Mind : 35:34 cannibalism existed 2000 years ago before buddhism. Since his English wasnt that good it sounded like cannibalism is still going on lol.

Tandy Hard : Whatever you think of Anthony Bourdain you cannot - with any believability - deny the man's talent. So whether we lost the greatest storyteller of our time or a good friend we loved to have a few beers with while he regaled us of his many adventures, we know we lost something. It's what we can't put our finger on. It's on the tip of our tongue. What we do know is that it was something special and that once upon a time, we never had it so good. I'm still broken and still missing you, Tony. We all are. Happy Birthday, man.

Lorry : "I'm a retired alcoholic" xD!!!! That's an even better way of saying it lol

11matt11 : Great man. Great empathy. Great heart. Something so sadly missing from the States these days. RIP Anthony. 20 years from now, the world will be your vision.

Mary Broughton : This hurts.

James Dale : to pay tribute to Anthony Bourdain travel across town to the other side of the tracks. Visit a cafe you have never been to before, order a meal and talk with a stranger.

Wide Awake !!! : Anthony bourdain Maybe u shouldn't have done a death ritual at the end of this show.

Vincentius Indrawan : Great Host. hopefully you find peace. happy birthday Tony

Brown sugar Macchiato : Bhutan - The land of Gross domestic Happiness ❤️❤️❤️❤️ they are wealthy in their own .. the serenity is beyond any artifical concrete buildings and malls ... its a rejuvenating place where you see nothing but love for others

Digital Neko : I became a chef thanks to you Mr. Bourdain, through hard work and the books you have written that inspired me for years. As I'm getting older, I let go of my chef status to becoming a writer(cookbooks and food blogs), photographer and film making. Rest in peace and thank you(hoping you are looking at all these final episode comments from above). Namaste Tony.

Kangta Venus : Why do Nepalis feel like they can directly compare themselves with bhutan. I travelled to both countries and believe me they are so different . Just because two countries are near doesn't justify them to compare each other . Whereas in Nepal people are still living in caves I mean literally and yet they think they are similar to Bhutanese . People look different , speak different and eat different so nothing similar .

Ison Guerrero : 23:00 onwards “Life is but a dream” 😭

World House : Bhutan has such beautiful geography. How great God is. Anthony got to eat a lot of good food in this world! Thanks for the upload. Moving, brilliant videography.

Inkiwinki : it was not a suicide he was killed !!!

Kangta Venus : Why do Nepalis feel like they can directly compare themselves with bhutan. I travelled to both countries and believe me they are so different . Just because two countries are near doesn't justify them to compare each other . Whereas in Nepal people are still living in caves I mean literally and yet they think they are similar to Bhutanese . People look different , speak different and eat different so nothing similar .

Ruth O : This was the creepiest episode. That place is very depressing. RIP to a great man.

Ryder Benson : I could've seen Anthony doing this for another 6 Years and then retire. All the places that he could've visited and shown us like Monte Carlo, Bulgaria, San Diego, Guatemala, Tuvalu, Belgium, Lithuania, Rhode Island, Costa Rica, Bolivia, Bermuda, Veracruz and Managua. I really that Season 12 of Parts Unknown airs, he managed to do 9 Episodes in places like Poland, Norway and the Yucatan Peninsula !!!

Peter Gallagher : Hope Daren aronovsky makes a movie based on buddhism!

briantravelman : I think this is one of my favorite episodes now. He really went deep into the culture and folklore. Although it's tragic that the show had to end with him commiting sucide, in a way, I feel this was the perfect episode to end the series. Bhutan is truly a "Part Unknown"

SCAN IMAL : Awesome episode-i dont't know if anyine will ever be able to bring such value to our lives through the medium of TV-actually I know they wont---I know You're in a better place,Love You man

Louis Payan : I hope wherever you are Anthony you are at peace with yourself. You will be greatly missed

raniel M : Rich culture

PeachHearts : I really like the traditional gho ❤️

kevin molloy : legend

chnldr : hey, what is that hip hop song in the end? who is the author, what is the name?

Richard Schiffman : I hope China annexes Bhutan. This ridiculous micro-monarchy in the Himilayas has no reason to exist anymore.

Kimberly&Gracie's Journey : I loved Anthony. I read all his books, watched all his shows. But does anyone else think this did not do him justice. It seemed scattered and not put into the neat and calculated show he does. He deserved a better ending episode than what they gave him. Rest easy Tony. you are loved and missed by many...

Mider-Span Man : "That's a cockalanche." Anthony Bourdain was such a funny, adventurous, and creative guy! He will be missed.

Daniel Collins : no one ever mentions the alcoholism and spousal abuse, both rampant in this land of gross national happiness.

Kangta Venus : Why do Nepalis feel like they can directly compare themselves with bhutan. I travelled to both countries and believe me they are so different . Just because two countries are near doesn't justify them to compare each other . Whereas in Nepal people are still living in caves I mean literally and yet they think they are similar to Bhutanese . People look different , speak different and eat different so nothing similar .

Stone Roses : Oh my gosh how can anyone kill themselves when they have such an awesome job, running around the world visiting fascinating countries, meeting interesting people and eating delicious food!

frilink : Anti-cheerleaders......... haha

j05ch1 : A pretty interesting view that also shows a lot of things happening outside the big cities - the yak shepherds, the industrial projects on the streets or the dams. On information, although, is wrong - it´s a common mistake: There is no limitation in Bhutan on how many tourists are allowed each year. In fact, Bhutan tries to expand their tourism business to get money out of it. It´s just, that one costs at least about 250 dollars - a restriction to prevent Bhutan from the consequences of mass tourism.

B1900pilot : This isn’t the same Anthony Bourdain that started our making television. Obviously, he changed and aged as time went along...I cannot put my finger on it, but the downward spiral was apparent while watching this. He did have glimmers if the “old” Tony, but even the odd camera angles and out-of-focus shots begged the question of, “What’s wrong?”. Interesting too that perhaps he became obsessed with his own death during this episode...I guess we’ll never know, but he IS MISSED.

Raquel Li : Happy Birthday Anthony

Signal Racer : The anchor's voice right at the beginning seems to be given some special effects to sound it like Tony's voice. that depth , that slightly hoarse modulation.

Champ GT : the last Shangri-la...

Gigi Seewang : It’s hard to understand about Devine mad man, if u really look deep into his actions and what he did there are profound teachings and wisdom. U ll not even believe if such man really was there. Anyone go Bhutan ask them why Bhutan’s national animal takin is mixture of two animals which exist only in Bhutan

RaiRaiBrown : Hanging oneself is such a terrible way to pass, usually reserved for execution. I just wish he was able to express what he felt to someone. He clearly had decided at a point that he would do that and he believed it was best. I just can't help but wonder why. Did his last experience impact him, or did he suffer with depression and it was just too much.

Kyile Chukey : I'm a Bhutanese and I'm glad you visited my country. You always inspired me. I hope you are in a better place now 😭❤

Opulence_prime : I cannot believe Don Lemmon is smacking his lips like that.

kat mackenzie : as a chefs apprentice,i watched a passionate intelligent man, i will miss you always always inspiring me to do better,,,,,,,

Steve van Velvet : Good-bye, Tony. Thanx a lot.

Satyajeet Prabhu : The last of the innocent mountain folk

jimjam154 : 22:16 WEST VIRGINIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Jake Farron Merlin : what a jewel of a nation and peoples.

bella fanning : THIS IS 1 busy lady, CNN Vice President CNN Original Series CNN March 2015 – Present (3 years 4 months)Los Angeles Lizzie Fox is the Vice President of CNN Original Series, based in Los Angeles. In this position, she is responsible for cultivating relationships within the creative community, developing original programming across a variety of CNN platforms, and overseeing production on all CNN Original Series. Some of the productions she manages include, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, This is Life with Lisa Ling, The Hunt with John Walsh, Death Row Stories, Race for the White House, The Eighties, and is currently overseeing the production for four new series premiering in 2017- The History of Comedy, Believer with Reza Aslan, Soundtrax and The Nineties.

Soo Wong : Thank You, Anthony Bourdain ... RIP

john karikas : His show has really inspired me to always accept new experiences

CloMudrik Health Coach : RIP Anthony Bourdain!