Bhutan Tourist Places

 Taktsang Palphug Monastery, Punakha Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, Chele La Pass, Buddha Dordenma Statue, Dochula Pass, Tashichho Dzong, Phobjikha Valley, National Museum, Jigme Dorji National Park, Tashichho Dzongand,Simtokha Dzong, Tango Buddhist Institute and many more.

Surrounded by alluring natural beauty and charming age old Bhutanese architecture, the places to visit in Bhutan will surely impress you. Dotted with monasteries, romantic hotspots, nature reserves, and lush green valleys, Bhutan has got something or the other for all kinds of tourists. If you are a nature lover, then you can marvel at the nature reserves and scenic landscapes.

While the most sought after Bhutan tourist places, Paro Valley which is dotted with age old museums and magnanimous Rinpung Dzong fortress, the city of Thimpu offers monastery and nature tours. If you are an adventure enthusiast, then you can indulge in some of the nerve wracking activities like thrilling whitewater Rafting in the clear waters of Khamsum Yulley, steep rock Climbing in The Nose, Thimphu, kayaking in the Wang Chhu, Puna Tsang Chhu and much more. All these places not only offer great sightseeing experiences on your trip to Bhutan.
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Must Visit Tourist Places in Bhutan


Buddha Dordenma, Thimphu

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The Great Buddha Dordenma is a huge golden statue of Shakyamuni Buddha located on a hill in Kuensel Phodrang Nature Park. From this place, you can enjoy the view of the Thimphu Valley and snow-capped mountains. Step inside the spacious meditation hall decorated with 125,000 miniature Buddhas where Hundreds of devotees meditate daily, making it one of the top places to visit in Bhutan.

If you arrive in the evening, you can witness the sunset from here in addition to the illuminated statue. The golden statue looks amazing at night when it shines against the clear night sky.

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Taktsang Palphug Monastery, Paro

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Also known as 'Tiger's Nest,' Taktsang Palphung Monastery is one of the most popular Bhutan tourist places. The monastery is situated at an elevation of 3,120 meters on a cliff in Bhutan's upper Paro Valley and offers pretty views of the surrounding mountains and the Valley. From Paro, you need to hike to this splendid monastery.

 After reaching, witness its traditional Buddhist architecture with white buildings and golden roofs. Inside the Monastery, you will find a gold-plated dome and tiny lights illuminating the golden statues of Buddha. Visit the four temples connected by staircases carved from mountain rocks for a spiritual experience. 

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The Tashichho Dzong (Thimphu Dzong), Thimphu

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Located on the northern edge of the city of Thimphu, Tashichho Dzong is a Buddhist monastery and fortress. Known as the "fortress of the glorious religion," it is situated by the banks of the Wangchhu River. Originally built in 1216, a fire destroyed the original structure, leading to the construction of the present dzong. A charming rose garden welcomes you at its entrance.

You can walk through a beautifully maintained garden, which surrounds and enhances the fortress's ambience. If you are planning to visit in September, you can experience the famous Thimphu Tshechu festival in Tashichho Dzong.

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Chele La, Paro

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Chele La is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Bhutan, situated almost 4,000 meters above sea level and 36 kilometres from Paro Town. From the Paro Valley, it takes only two hours to go to Chele La Pass. On the way, you can see thick woods of spruce and larch, waterfalls, forests, and roadside springs. It is an amazing spot offering marvellous views of snow-capped peaks, dividing Paro Valley and Haa Valley.

From here, witness the magnificent Himalayas, including Bhutan's sacred peak Mt. Jhomolari, Tsherimgang mountains, and Jichu Drake.

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Punakha Dzong, Punakha

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The Punakha Dzong serves as the administrative hub of Punakha District in Bhutan. It is known as one of the most beautiful dzongs in Bhutan as it is situated at the confluence of the Pho Chhu (father) and Mo Chhu (mother) rivers in the Punakha–Wangdue valley. Discover sacred relics belonging to the southern Drukpa Lineage of the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism.

 During spring, you can enjoy the sight of the lilac jacaranda trees that adorn its towering whitewashed walls. This brings a touch of lush beauty to its surroundings and makes it a unique marker of Bhutan’s tourist places.

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Rinpung Dzong, Paro

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Rinpung Dzong, meaning 'Fortress on a Heap of Jewels', is an important religious site in Bhutan. Famous for its cultural and natural beauty it is one of the most important highlights of Bhutan’s tourist places. Hiking to this place offers a breathtaking view of the surrounding valleys as you arrive.

Located on the hillside of Paro, this ancient monastery welcomes you with its rich history and amazing woodwork. This place provides you with the best panoramic views of the Paro Valley and Paro Chhu River. Additionally, you can enjoy the Dzong at night, when it is beautifully illuminated. 

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Punakha Suspension Bridge, Punakha

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Punakha is an antiquated town located a 3 hours drive away from the current capital of Bhutan, Thimphu. It served as the capital of Bhutan before Thimphu. Apart from the very popular Punakha Dzong, what makes this town an interesting destination is Punakha Suspension Bridge, spanning over Po Chhu River. Being 160m long, it is one of the longest suspension bridges in Bhutan. The bridge connects Punakha Town with Punakha Dzong.

This picture-perfect bridge, draped with prayer flags, serves as a great delight for photographers visiting Punakha Dzong as it offers breathtaking views of the river flowing below and lush green hills all around it, with the magnetic Dzong in the frame. A walk on this bridge is bound to get your adrenaline rushing. Do not skip setting your feet on this bridge if you don’t wish to miss out on a unique experience in Bhutan.

Location: Located 10 minutes drive away Punakha Dzong, the bridge connects the mainland and the nearby villages and Dzong. 

: The best time to visit it is 9 AM in the morning. 
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National Museum, Paro

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There is no better way to learn about the culture and history of a place than visiting its best museum. National Museum of Bhutan is located above Paro Dzong in the Paro district. It is an interesting place to visit irrespective of whether or not you are a history enthusiast because the views that this place offers are stunning. Moreover, the structure of the building is unique with reference to other historic monuments in Bhutan.

The beautiful building consists of six floors, and each floor is dedicated to a different category of collections. The major attraction in the museum is an egg kept here that is considered a mule’s egg. Besides, you can find interesting collections of arms, ritual objects, clothes, jewelry, religious articles, scroll paintings and much more in this museum that enlighten visitors about the history, culture and rituals of Bhutan.

Location: The museum is located at a hill above Paro Dzong. Paro Dzong is a 15 minutes drive from Paro market. 

: 09:00 AM - 04:30 PM 

: For adults the price is 150 BTN. For monks, nuns and children below ten years, the entry is free.
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Jigme Dorji National Park, Gasa

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This is the second largest national park in Bhutan and is an absolute treat for wildlife lovers on Bhutan trip. The park stretches over a very vast area – 4316 sq. km which is evident from the fact that its elevation ranges from 1400 m to 7000 m. Some of the major attractions in this park are threatened fauna species like clouded leopard, Bengal tiger, Himalayan blue sheep, Himalayan black bear, etc. along with many other local and exotic species of flora and fauna.

Besides remarkable biodiversity, Jigme Dorji National Park comprises of some of the most captivating landscapes in the world featuring glaciers, snow-laden mountains and striking lakes. Furthermore, there are some great trekking trails in the park that take you through some unforgettable sights in Bhutan. Located at a distance of 122 km from Thimphu, the national park is well connected by road.

Location: Gasa 

Best season
: March to October
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Simtokha Dzong, Thimphu

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Dzongs in Bhutan tourists spots are a very famous part of the tourism industry, and also are very prominent in the country. The meaning of the word is “Temple fortress”, and that is something that will be evident when you set foot in the Simtokha Dzong.

Built in the year 1629, the historical importance of this place can be judged by the fact that this building was the first of its kind. It is now a museum and a leading learning centre for Dzongkha, the local language.

It is a small Dzong, but that doesn’t belittle the importance of this place as it was built by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, who first unified Bhutan as one

Location- Thimphu, Bhutan
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Tango Buddhist Institute, Thimphu

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One of the most revered Buddhist monasteries in Bhutan, Tango Monastery or Tango Buddhist Institute is located on steep crags of Thimphu Valley. This institute sits at a distance of 30 minutes drive from the City. Built as a monastery, the institute now serve as an educational institute for monks to study the religious texts. The monastery is built upon a cave where, as per a popular belief, Tibetan Lana Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal meditated once.

There are a number of legends and beliefs associated with the monastery that make it an even interesting place to visit. This place is also popular among adventure lovers as there is a route that you can take to hike up to here. Tango Buddhist Institute is held sacred and significant by Buddhists.

Location: The Institute is located 14 kilometres from the capital city Thimphu. 

: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM.
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Dochula Pass, Thimphu

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Bhutan is a country blessed with extraordinarily gorgeous mountainscapes. One of the best among those is Dochula Pass. It is a mountain pass in the Himalayas on the road from Thimphu to Punakha. Located at a height of 3100 meters, Dochula Pass is 30 km away from the country capital, Thimphu. It is popular for 108 memorial stupas here, built by the eldest Queen Mother, Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuk.

There is also a prominent monastery located here that was built to commemorate the fourth head of the state of Bhutan. It is also the venue for the annual Dochula Druk Wangyel Festival. himalayasOwing to its popularity among locals and tourists, Dochula Pass is easily among the most sought after places to visit in Bhutan. Dochula Pass is frequented by tourists enthusiastic about witnessing the snow-blanketed mountains peaks of Himalayas that are visible from here.

Location: The Pass is located at a height of 10,171 ft on east-west Road from Thimphu to Punakha. 

Best time/season: March to May and September to November.
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Gangtey Monastery, Wangdue

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The vibrant and unique culture of Bhutan is one of the major factors why the country shows a magnetic force towards tourists all across the world. The country is replete with numerous Buddhist monasteries displaying the brilliant architecture. A famous one among those is Gangtey Monastery located in Wangdue Phodrang district in central Bhutan. It belongs to Nyingmapa school of Buddhism and is a popular place among pilgrims and tourists alike due to its architecture and scenic location.

It is located at an elevation of 16,000 ft. Splendid views of the Phobjikha Valley below can be witnessed from the monastery. If you like trekking, you ought to know that a trekking route passes through here in case you are looking for some action around your visit to this monastery.

Location: Wangdue 

Best Season
: September to November

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Mo Chu River

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Adventure activities in Bhutan are one of the favourite things for tourists to do after arrival here. And apart from biking, hiking and trekking, one of the best way to get the adrenalin in you going are to get on a raft on the Mo Chu river.

A wide and gentle river in the country of Bhutan, Mo Chu offers a 10km course of rafting with over 10 rapids to conquer which are of class 2 or above.

The experience of rafting past the Punakha Dzong and some of the most serene scenes of the forests and vegetation around is something you would not forget

Location- Mo Chu River, Punakha, Bhutan
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Haa Valley

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Many say that if you visit Bhutan and don’t go for a day out in the Haa valley, you didn’t actually visit Bhutan. This valley is one of the scantiest population in Bhutan, the place has a rich diversity of animals and plants living here, making it the perfect get together for anyone who is a nature lover.

This place is also the hotspot for hiking and biking enthusiasts for the amazing trails spread across the place. A little off the beaten way, the best part about this place that it is pretty less crowded, and the way that leads to the valley gives you an unparalleled view of the Chomolhari

Location- Western Bhutan on the border with Sikkim, India

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Tourist Places to Visit in Thimphu


Dagala Thousand Lakes

The most famous and gifted with a high level of natural beauty, the Dagala Thousand Lakes trek is certainly a must try if you ever plan to visit Bhutan. The serene beauty of the valley as you trek from one lake to another in this 5-day trek takes a strong hold on your spirit. Starting from the amazing Paro Valley.

This trek in Bhutan starts with a visit to the Paro Taktsang, and after getting the blessings of the divine, takes you into a trek from Thimphu to Genekha, and onto Gur, Labatama, Pankha, Talakha, Chamgang and then back to Thimphu. All through the trekking experience, you will see some of the most beautiful high altitude lakes with the bluest of waters ever possible. You will surely leave your heart here when you leave, as have many who have walked the Dagala Thousand
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Location- Thimphu Valley

Best time- April to June and September to October


Chomolhari, or Jomolhari, is a mountain on the border of Tibet and Bhutan, with a summit of the height 7,326m above sea level. A pure beauty to look at, the places from where you can see this mountain are some of the best Bhutan tourist places.

The locals even call this as the “bride of the Kanchenjunga”. Forming a major part of the border, Chomolhari is a sacred mountain to the Buddhists, and a proof of that is the temple of the same name on the Bhutanese side of the hill, where the devotees can stay while visiting the hill.

Location- On the border of Bhutan and Tibet near Thimphu

Royal Manas National Park

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If you think Bhutan is all about Buddhist monasteries, time to reconsider your notion as Bhutan has much more to offer. This wildlife park is the oldest one in Bhutan and is all a wildlife enthusiast can ever ask for. Royal Manas Park is spread across an area of 1057 sq. km and houses a great biodiversity. The southern border of the national park is connected with Manas Tiger Reserve of India.

This park is a home to numerous endangered wildlife species including one-horned rhino, Royal Bengal tiger, clouded leopard, Gangetic dolphin, Himalayan black bear and many more. Rare golden langur can also be found here. A visit to this park is a great means to have a closer look at the wilder side of Bhutan. Trekking and elephant safari are among the exciting activities to do in Bhutan that you must try on your visit to the Royal Manas National Park.

Location: Thimphu 

Best Season
: November to March
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Weekend Market

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When you visit a new country, you must surely take something back with you as a souvenir of the place, a little token of remembrance that will stay with you forever.

And for Bhutan, that is what the weekend markets in Thimphu are for. Bustling with tourists through the day, the people start arriving here on the night of Thursday and stay here until the end of Sunday.

You can collect ingredients, souvenirs and various elements that will leave your aromatic sense in a state of ecstatic high. This certainly is one of the best of Bhutan Tourist places to visit

Location- West bank of river Wang Chhu, Thimphu
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The Folk Heritage Museum

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Located in a 150-year-old mud and wood structure of 3 stories, the folk heritage museum in Thimphu showcases the local way of life in Bhutan and the cultural aspect of living here.

The ground floor of the house is a barn, the second floor is a safe store and the top floor is the living area, each of which is very tastefully decorated.

The 19th century home was opened for public in the year 2001, and has since then, served as one of the premier Bhutan Tourist Spots. It is a must visit if you are looking for something to explore in an hour.

Location- Thimphu, Bhutan
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Philatelic Bureau

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Philately is the hobby of collecting and studying stamps. At Thimphu in Bhutan, the main post office of the city acts as a one of kind centre of philately that will just amaze you with the kind of gift that you can give yourself at a nominal cost.
All you have to do is bring in a picture of yourself, or get clicked for a portrait at the spot. The staff will then convert your picture into your own personalized stamp, and will even gift you an entire sheet of these stamps. All this at a cost of Bhutanese ngultrum (Nu) 200
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Motithang Takin Preserve

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If you have never seen an akin, Motithang Takin Preserve is probably the best place to witness takins in their natural habitat. Takin looks like a mishmash of goat and cow. Motithang Takin Preserve is a wildlife reserve to preserve takin, the national animal of Bhutan.

This preserve covers an area of 8.4 acres and is located at a short distance of 6 km from the main city. Earlier, takins were kept in the zoo but following the order of the fourth king of Bhutan, they were released in the wild.

But, the animals were so tame that they could not find food for themselves. Consequently, takins were again put into captivity. You can explore these animals at Motithang Takin Preserve between 9 AM and 4 PM.

Highlights: A perfect way to capture endangered species as photographers are allowed to click pictures of the wilds from a close proximity. This preserve is most suitable for the wildlife enthusiast. 

Location: Motithang Dist.,Thimphu 

Timings: Early mornings are perfect to spot and capture Takins as that is the hour they come out; 

Hours: Every day, except Sundays

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Choki Traditional Art School

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Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan has so much to offer to tourists. One such offering is Choki Traditional Art School. A visit to this art school is a unique experience in itself as it is a school where disadvantaged kids are taught and trained for traditional arts, painting and much more.

This school helps these kids sharpen their skills to make them self-reliant. Located in the village of Kabisa, at a distance of 10 km from Thimphu, this art school is one of the most interesting places to visit in Bhutan if you are interested in arts and crafts.

One of the major objectives of the school is to preserve the traditional Bhutanese art. The beautiful location of this school is just another reason why you should not skip a visit to such an interesting place. The school also houses a gift shop where you can buy excellent crafts of the local traditional art made by the students here.

Location- Kaseba Valley, Thimphu
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Trashi Chhoe Dzong

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Dzongs in the country of Bhutan are a common sight, yet are equally important and significant from a historical point of view.

One of the many famous Bhutan Tourist spots is the Trashi Chhoe Dzong of the city of Thimphu. This large monastery in the northern fringe of the city and on the western bank of the Wang Chhu river is more commonly known as the place of coronation of the recent king in the year 2008.

Despite that, the annual festivities that happen here at the time of Tsechu every year is something you can’t afford to miss.

Location- Thimphu, Bhutan
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National Library

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For promoting and preserving the culture and religious aspect of the Bhutanese way of living, the state of Bhutan established the National library in the year of 1967.

The beautiful building situated in the Kawajangsa area of Thimphu, above the Royal Thimphu Golf Course, near the Folk Heritage Museum and the National Institute for Zorig Chusum is easily recognisable from the facade and is one of the most visited places of the country.

It is soon to become an icon of Bhutan tourist places and houses some of the best collection of what can be called a part of the rich cultural and religious heritage of the country.

Location- Kawajangsa area of Thimphu

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Jungshi Handmade Paper Factory

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The best part of the entire region of the Himalayas is the local art and the handmade artefacts that just take everyone’s heart away. The same goes for the renowned handmade paper that the Bhutanese prepare by making use of the bark of the Daphne trees.

In the region of Khuju Lam of Thimphu is the small-scale factory of the name Jungshi Handmade Paper, Jungshi meaning ‘Natural’.

The factory is famous for a certain kind of Agrotourism in the region in which you can get to see the entire process of papermaking down to the finished product. You can even buy the paper sheets, cards, notebooks and much more prepared right here to take back with you. 

Location- Khuju Lam, Thimphu
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Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan

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The Academy is an amalgamation of contemporary architecture and Bhutanese culture and heritage. Under the wings and government of Her Highness, Ashi Sangay Choden Wangchuck, this integral piece of Bhutan is an attraction of many tourists. The academy is a non-profit org encouraging in preserving the oldest culture of Bhutan, Weaving.

The academy also exhibits their woven clothes made for the Royals to the tourists and plays videos throughout the day showcasing how to drape and wear their traditional outfits, gho and kira. The academy is built to encourage women empowerment and hence free training is provided for their welfare.

: Host exhibitions on finest work of hand woven, embroidered, and appliqué clothes; presents demo on the production of finest garments, Museum portraying rich Bhutanese culture and the belongings of the royals; a souvenir shop that sells beautiful artefacts of the kingdom.

: Thimphu

: Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm
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Thimphu Chorten (Memorial Chorten)

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Memorial Chorten is one of the most important religious places for Bhutanese people where they worship daily. Throughout the day people walk around the perimeter of the Chorten as a holy ritual. Built in 1974, it is an outstanding illustration of Buddhist culture and architecture.

The whitewashed structure is crowned by a golden spire and is carved with intricate patterns. The spire emanates with the golden glow with the first ray of morning sunlight. The Chorten houses detailed paintings and numerous Buddha statutes.

: Ongoing inside the Chorten, you can climb to the top to go out on the third-floor terrace which is quite a tranquil place.

Best time to visit
: The Chorten is in the morning with the golden spire glowing in the sun rays.

: The Chorten is located on Doeboom Lam in Thimphu near the Indian Military Hospital.

: 07:00 am - 09:00 am

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National Folk Heritage Museum

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If you want to see a glimpse of Bhutanese traditional lifestyle, their values and heritage, the Folk Heritage Museum is the ideal place for you. The museum was established in 2001 and is set in a 3 storied timber and rammed earth building which still holds its authenticity.

The museum artefacts transform seasonally. Every time you visit, you will get to see something unique and new.

: Demo of different practices such as Markhu Tsene (oil extraction), Ara Kayne brewing, Zaw Ngowni, Tham Dhungi (pounding and roasting rice) and lot more. Ambience takes you back to 150 years old Bhutanese life with millet, paddy and wheat fields surroundings, vegetable gardens and 100 years old Kitchen.

: Thimphu 

: Others- nu 150 and SAARC nationals – nu 25 Working hours: weekdays – 10:30 am to 4:30 pm; Saturdays – 10:30 am to 1 pm; Sundays: 11:30 am to 3:30 pm

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Clock Tower Square

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Clock Tower Square is a famous landmark in the capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu. The tower has total of four clocks one on each side and has some interesting and beautiful artistic carvings and paintings.

There are dragons which are crafted by hands, truly depicting the Bhutan as Land of Thunder Dragon. Intricate flower designs add to the beauty of the tower. The structure is a splendid example of the country’s find architecture, traditions and artwork. Small three storied buildings surround the structure with shops and restaurants.

: Spend some time on the square to watch and admire the life of Bhutanese people. Savour the cuisines served at food joints nearby. Concerts keep happening in the square and if you are lucky, you will get to enjoy one.

: The tower is located below Norzin Lam in the centre of the national capital of Bhutan, Thimphu.
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National Institute for Zorig Chusum

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Bhutanese are known to preserve their natural resources, and culture and heritage quite seriously. It is really a pleasure to visit their educational institutes because they exhibit authentic values. Institute of Zorig Chusum is one such place where Bhutan traditional art is taught.

This beautiful heritage teaches 13 special types of an art form; hence the place is also known as ‘the painting school’. The school promotes crafts to those who have a knack for painting and the like.

: A tour of the institute will take you back to art and craft forms that have become extinct in other countries. Wood carving, canvas painting, furniture painting, clay art making and different kinds of embroideries are few of the art forms you will find here. The place is a dream of every photographer as it does not lack colour and charm.

Working hours
: 10 am to 3:30 pm (weekdays) and 10 am-noon on Saturdays

: Thimphu

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Handicrafts Market

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The handicrafts market of Thimphu is also known as the Authentic Bhutanese Crafts Bazaar. The shops crafted from bamboo are lined neatly in row at a mile’s stretch, selling colourful and beautiful authentic handicraft of Bhutan. There are almost hundred shops in the market selling various souvenirs, authentic handcrafted apparels, bags, masks and many more items.

The shopkeepers mostly are Bhutanese women who welcome you with a warm smile. The products are all procured from the local villages. The market aims to preserve the Bhutanese culture and promote their traditions and handicrafts.It is a market where you can spend hours in shopping.

: Look for beautiful attires with embroidery, souvenirs like carved wooden items, scroll painting, decorative items woven from bamboos, and beautiful jewellery made of gold, silver and precious stones.

: The market is located at the centre of Thimphu below Norzin Lam.
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Changangkha Lhakhang

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Perched on top of a ridge above Thimphu, Changangkha Lhakhang is the oldest temple in Thimphu. The temple was built in 12th century and houses the central statue of Chenrizig, a manifestation of Avolokitesawara with eleven heads and thousand arms.

It offers a stunning view of the surrounding Thimphu valley from the top. The structure is a fine example of Bhutanese faith, tradition and architecture. There are a number of black and golden coloured prayer wheels in the temple. The prayer book in this temple is larger than other Bhutanese manuscripts.

: In the evening, this place offers an opportunity of witnessing the spectacular sight of setting sun on the city. Drop by the paper workshop on the way to temple to view the process of making papers.

: Located in Thimphu, it is just 10 minutes drive from the main market.

: 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM.
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Wangchu River

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The mighty rivers of Bhutan offer great opportunity for various water sports. Wang Chhu River is a Himalayan river and tributary of majestic Brahmaputra River. The Bhutan river tours are designed to let you enjoy the adventurous sports of kayaking and rafting in the rivers of Bhutan. The bustling capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu is located on the banks of Wang Chhu.

On the east side of the river, you can see the striking SAARC building. Samtenling Palace, the resident of king, can also be sighted from the river. Fluttering colourful flags on the banks make a beautiful sight.

Highlights: Look for kayaking and rafting opportunities. The 4 Km run from Wang Chhu to lower run offers challenging water course suitable for experts. You can also try for trout fishing in the river.

: The lively capital city of Thimphu is situated at the banks of Wang Chhu.
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Tourist Places to Visit in Paro


Soi Yaktsa Trek

Trekking, undoubtedly, is one of the best adventure activities that happen in Bhutan. A proof that is the high number of trekking trails and tours that you can easily find around here. One such amazing path to absolute adventures is the Soi Yaksa Trek, which has climbs that lead up to elevations as high as 4700m.

What can be called the USP of this entire trek is the unbeatable view of the Jumolhari Peak and Jichu Drake from up close. Starting from Paro, the trek includes amazing trekking experiences to Soi Thangkha, Jangothang Basecamp from where you go to see the Mountains Jichu Drake and Jumolhari, then on to Tshophu Lake, Bhonte La Pass, and end the trek at the Drugyal Dzong.

Location- Starts from Paro

Best Time- March to May and September and October

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Druk Path

A short trek in Bhutan, the Druk Path trek takes you through an important ancient trade route through the Himalayas. Leading through some of the most amazing views of Rhododendron forests and high altitude pasture lands, and takes you through 4 different high mountain passes, which also includes the amazing Phume La at 4,210m above sea level.

Also on the way of this trek fall the amazingly clear high altitude lakes like Jimilang Tsho Lake, Janetsho Lake and others. The trek starts from Paro and covers all these amazing places in a course of 5 days. From Paro, the trek kick starts towards the Jele Dzong which offers a majestic view of the giant Mount Jumolhari towards its north and ends with arrival in the beautiful Thimphu valley through Juniper forests.

Location- The trek starts from Paro

Best Time- September to Late November or Early December


An amazing trek in Bhutan, this is also one of the most spiritual ones. The Bumdra Monastery is considered to be one of the best places to visit in Bhutan, partly because of the Legend associated with it, and partly because of the amazing trek that takes you there. The Legend has it that about 800 years ago, a hundred thousand angels descended from the heavens and left footprints here, and that is probably why the monastery at Bumdra is also called the ‘Rock of One Hundred Thousand FootPrints’.

Located at about 3800m above sea level, you can even camp in the cave that is called the ‘Cave of a Hundred Thousand Prayers’, and then end the trip with a visit to the beautiful Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Paro, making it all a one-of-a-kind spiritual and adventure experience.

Location- Sang Choekhor, Paro, Bhutan

Best Time- March to May and September to November

Drukgyel Dzong

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Once serves as a fortress and a monastery, Drukgyel Dzong is now in ruins. It is located in the upper part of Paro. As per the popular belief, the fortress was built in 1649 by Tenzin Drukdra to memorialize victory over an invasion from Tibet. It was completely destroyed by fire in 1951. Though there are so many Dzongs in great shape in Bhutan, this one, despite being a ruined one, is an important site from nationalistic and historic relevance.

14 km north of Paro, this fortress is accessible by road, and must be accessed as, apart from an insight into the past, it also offers great views of the snow capped mountain peak of Jhomolari. If you can spare a few hours on your trip to Bhutan, visiting this place seems like a good idea.

Location: The Dzong is located in Paro valley and is about 25 minutes drive away from Paro International Airport.
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Champaca Café

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Nothing refreshes you like a cup of coffee at the end of a tiring day. And when you are roaming the streets of one of the most beautiful cities of Bhutan, Paro, there is a reason that you should be looking for a cup of coffee.

The Champaca Cafe in Paro is a great place to be when you are looking for a refuge from all the sightseeing.

This South Indian cafe serves some of the best coffee, sandwiches and lunches in the area and is very tastefully decorated. Being one of the prime Bhutan tourists spots, Paro is sure proud of this small cafe based near the Paro river

Location- Opposite to Yeshy Dorji Shopping Mall, Near Bhutan Made Handicraft, Paro
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Kila Nunnery

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The oldest nunnery of the country, this scenic complex of several buildings pressed against a cliff near Paro is where 50 nuns take education in higher Buddhist colleges.

As important as the place is, the road to one of the most famous of Bhutan tourist places is equally scenic and breathtaking in its beauty. To reach here, one has to take a dirt road from between Paro and Haa.

Set amongst such beautiful surroundings, this place is certainly one of the best tourist spots of Bhutan, from where you can take many other scenic routes to see the beauty of the nearby region

Location- off Paro-Haa highway, Bhutan
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Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang

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Most of Bhutan Tourist places are religious in nature, and that is what fills the entire country with an air of spirituality and positivity. And another of the amazing Buddhist temples here is the Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang, which lies in western Bhutan.

The temple situated at the base of a hill between the two amazing valleys of Paro and Dopchari. The architecture of this place is somewhat a very rare sight in the country as it is in the form of a Chorten.

With a lot of legends associated with this place, the Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang is certainly a place to visit for an experience of a different kind of meditation in the Himalayas

Location- Across the bridge from Paro, between the valleys of Paro and Dopchari, Paro district

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Pilgrim’s Valley

The pilgrim’s valley is one of the best Bhutan Tourist Spots. The trek that includes all the rural charm of the countryside of Bhutan and brings it all together to cover on one journey, the Pilgrim’s valley covers the monasteries and Dzongs starting from Paro to Bumthang.

The trek starts from the Paro Taktsang, commonly known as the Tiger’s nest at a height of 10,000 ft above sea level, and ends at the sacred Burning Lake of the Tang Chhu river

Location- Paro, Bhutan

Tachogang Lhakhang Bridge

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Tachogang Lhakhang Bridge is an iron chain bridge built by Drupthob Thangtong Gyalpo and is the access route to the famous Tachogang Lhakhang Dzong. Built in early fifteenth century, the bridge has stood the test of time.

Built on the mighty Paro Chhu River, the bridge offers a small adventurous ride to the Tachogang Lhakhang Dzong amidst the beautiful hilly sight, gushing river water underneath, lush green Paro Valley and the spectacular view of the Dzong above. To visit the Dzong, you must cross this iron bridge. At first you may feel a bit apprehension but walking on the bridge is quite a fun activity.

: Built to make the remote parts of Bhutan accessible, this bridge offers a fun trip. The brightly coloured prayer flags and stunning natural beauty makes the trip worth.

: The Bridge is located along Paro-Thimphu highway, in the Paro Valley.
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Tourist Places to Visit in Punakha


Samtengang Trek

Bhutan is a favourite amongst trekkers from around the world, owing to some of the most pristine and challenging trekking trails around the place. But for people who would like to opt for a lower altitude trek, then the Samtengang trek is specifically made for you. It is a 4-day trek through beautiful valleys, scenic forests, religious sites of historical importance and local villages of Bhutan that starts to Punakha.

Punakha and Wangdi valley, which are the location of this trek, is easily the best places to visit in Bhutan and that becomes evident as you depart from Punakha, getting views of some of the most amazing peaks of Jumolhari, Kang Bum Peak and the Tiger Mountain. What is even better is the fact that the recommended time of the year for this trek are the winter months, adding an additional note of beauty to the entire region.

Location- Punakha and Wangdi Valley, Bhutan

Best time- April and September to October, and throughout the winter season


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If you have a fetish for exploring the serene village in the mountains then this is the perfect place for you. Arranged at a stature of 2,800m which is reached out along the slope inclines Talo Village is the ideal choice for the nature lovers. Talo Sangnacholing is built on a level and has brilliant sight of abutting villages.

The stunning farm and places of the town have its own bloom gardens and on the slope slant corns and sweet peas are developed bounty. The ladies of Talo are particularly known for their beauty. Talo Tsechu has held in the ground close Talo Dzong or Monastery. One can likewise visit the Talo Monastery situated on the slopes above Punakha, Bhutan.

Location: The Talo Village is situated at a height of 2,800m which is extended along the hill slopes.

Best time: The best time to visit is during the month of October to December.

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Known for its love and peace, Limbukha villages has slowly becoming a hit among the tourist all over the globe. Legends say that amid medieval wars the general population of Limbukha dependably volunteered as peace moderators.

This is likewise portrayed amid the annual celebration when the Limbuk men are discovered conveying peace hails rather than swords and firecrackers.

The town of Limbukha can be achieved effectively by going through the Feeder Street from Punakha and Wangdue. Another interesting thing about Limbukha is the red rice produced here has medicinal qualities.

Location: The village is located near water source and is at a distance of 9km from Punakha.

Best Time: The best time to visit this place is during the month of March, April, and May.

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Chimi L'hakhang Temple

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One of the star attractions in Punakha, Chimi Lhakhang Temple is frequented by a large number of tourists all around the year. The temple was built in 1499 by Drukpa Kunley – “the saint of 5000 women”. There are so many interesting folklores and legends associated with this temple that make it a significant and sacred site among Buddhists.

It is popularly known as ‘Fertility Temple’ and many couples unable to produce a child come here to cure their illness. People from all over the world come here to seek blessings.

The temple offers panoramic views of the Punakha Valley and overlooks beautiful paddy fields and a river that flows below the temple. You can take a short walk across paddy fields and villages to reach this temple. Chimi Lhakhang Temple is one of the most important places to visit in Bhutan.

Location: The temple lies on the edge of the Lobesa valley on the confluence of the borders of Thimphu, Punakha and Wangduephodrang. 

Best time/season: The best time to visit the Chimi L'hakhang Temple is spring and autumn.
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Khansum Yulley Namgyal Chorten

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Standing regally on the hill above the Punakha valley, Khamsum Yulley Namgyal Chorten is a classic example of beautiful traditions and architecture of Bhutan. The temple was built by Her Majesty the Queen Mother for warding off the negative forces and bringing peace and harmony for all the living beings.

The thing that sets this Chorten apart is that it was built on the principals described in the Holy Scriptures rather than modern engineering manuals. The golden spire and intricate wall patterns are fine example of art and tradition of Bhutan.

: Enjoy the panoramic view of the valley from the top of the Chorten. The little hike to reach the Chorten will take you to the adventurous suspension bridge and the lush green rice fields.

: Located in Punakha Valley the hill at which the Chorten is standing is half hour drive from Punakha Dzong.
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Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup Nunnery

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The magnificent and tranquil Sangchhen Dorji Lhuendrup Nunnery sits atop a hill and commands the view of the gorgeous Punakha valley and Wangduephodrang valley. Standing amidst the lush pine trees, this structure is a beautiful demonstration of fine architecture and tradition of Bhutan.

The gleaming white washed walls are complemented by the richly carved woods painted in black, red and golden colour and decorated with illustrious designs. The temple is home to a colossal 14 feet bronze statue of Avalokiteshvara. There are several other statues inside the temple. Inside the complex there is a meditation centre of nuns.

: The temple provides a gorgeous view of the surrounding value and tranquil environment for peace and meditation. You also get an opportunity for bird watching and witnessing river smoke, an interesting and rare natural phenomenon.

: The temple complex is located in Wangdue.

: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM.
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Other Tourist Places in Bhutan


Phobjikha Valley, Wangdue

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Famous for its biodiversity, Phobjikha is an important wildlife preserve in Bhutan, and is one of the top Bhutan tourist places. Phobjikha is a U-shaped glacial valley, and is also known as Gangteng Valley. If you get lucky, you can sight fauna species like barking deer, wild boar, sambar, leopard, Himalayan black bear, etc. on your visit to this place. It is also famous for being home to the large flock of black-necked cranes.

Besides wildlife, the valley boasts unequaled charm of nature. Snugly nestled among the mountains, this valley offers beautiful views of vast expanses of green fields. It is the kind of place where you can explore wildlife while exploring the wonderful creativity of nature. It is an ideal destination for adventure enthusiasts who like activities like hiking and trekking. On your trip to Bhutan, do not forget to take a scenic drive to Phobjikha Valley.

Location: Wangdue district.
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Kurje Lhakhang, Bumthang

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One of the most sacred Buddhist sites in Bhutan, Kurje Lhakhang boasts a majestic complex located on the bank of the Chamkhar River. The complex consists of three temples built at different times. The historical and religious significance of the temple complex makes it a majorly popular site in Bhutan, and is frequented by pilgrims and tourists alike.

The oldest temple in the complex, Guru Lhakhang, was built in 1652 and displays brilliant architecture and offers the spectators a glimpse of the cultural history of Bhutan. The second temple was built in 1900 by the first king of Bhutan, Ugyen Wangchuk. And, the third one is almost new, built in 1984. Visit this amazing place for its brilliant architecture, beautiful statues and breathtaking scenery of the place it is located at.

Location: Located 5 kms from Bumthang district on the bank of Chamkhar River. It takes 12 minutes drive from Bathpalathang Airport. 

: 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM 

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Drametse Goemba

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The richness of Bhutanese culture and well-preserved sites of importance to Buddhists make Bhutan a must visit destination for culturally curious tourists all over the world. Drametse Goemba holds an unequaled position among Bhutan tourist places. Apart from being the most revered one, this monastery is also the biggest one in eastern Bhutan. Pema Lingpa’s granddaughter found the monastery in 1511.

This 5 centuries old monastery is also a great choice for history buffs. It is renowned as the home of the Nga Cham drum dance. Though the monastery is a little hard to access as it is located 18 km off the main road, it is worth a visit because of the sacred relics, chapels, images of deities, and much more it houses. Drametse Goemba is located at a heighted place, so, spectacular hill views are guaranteed.

Location: The monastery is an eighteen kilometre detour and hour drive from the road that takes you to Trashigang from Mongar.
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Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park, Trongsa

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If visits to monasteries start to develop monotony on your trip to Bhutan, how about an escape into a great nature and wildlife space? If that sounds exciting to you, Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park is the place you must choose. Encompassing wide variations in terms of altitude and vegetation, this park is full of scenic beauty and biodiversity. It is located at a distance of 81 km from the capital city, Thimphu.

Spread across an area of 1730 sq. km, this park boasts an excellent range of animal and bird species. Animals like Royal Bengal tiger, clouded leopard, golden langur, musk deer and many more can be sighted here. This park offers a bounty of great frames for photographers to capture including dense green forests and green meadows and mountain slopes blanketed with velvety green texture.

Location: Near to Trongsa Dist, central Bhutan

Best Season
: Between November and March

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Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary

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The two most important factors contributing to the popularity of Bhutan among tourists are its remarkable monasteries and its wildlife spaces. One of the best options in Bhutan for wildlife lovers is Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary covering a vast area of 1521 sq. km. The sanctuary encompasses a variety of ecosystems of Eastern Himalayan Eco-region. Owing to the large area it covers, it encompasses various vegetation types including Alpine pastures and meadows, Conifer forests, Alder forest, Alpine scree slopes, Evergreen Oak forest, etc.

The greenery this park is blessed with is stunning and calls for a long photography session on your visit to this park. It is also a great choice for bird lovers as a wide variety of exotic bird species can be found here. Besides, this sanctuary was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2012. It is definitely among the best places to visit in Bhutan.

: North Eastern Bhutan, 

Best Season
: March to September
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Get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life and head out for an amazing vacation to Phuentsholing, Bhutan. Phuentsholing is that one place for where all the people from various places like Kolkata and Siliguri.

The little, sweltering border town of Phuentsholing sits inverse the much bigger Indian bazaar town of Jaigaon, isolated by a feeble fence and the abundantly captured Bhutan Gate. This place has become one of the most visited places in Bhutan.

It is a captivating spot where distinctive ethnic gatherings blend conspicuously Indian, Bhutanese and Nepalese. Being the border town, Phuentsholing serves as the helpful passage for Bhutan furthermore the critical connection to visit the Indian condition of West Bengal, Sikkim, and Assam.

Location: Phuentsholing lies on the Indian border, next to the town of Jaigaon.

Best Time:  The best time to visit Phuentsholing is during the month of November to March and May-August.

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While you are planning for a Bhutan trip then this is another place which is a must visit for you. Trashiyangtse also known as Tashi Yangtse is a small town in Yangtse Gewog. Situated near to Chorten Kora which misleads the west, a dzong was introduced in Trashiyangste in 1997.

The people of this region have developed excellent skills of traditional art work. The School of Traditional Arts, otherwise called Rigne School, which is a sister school of the School of Traditional Arts in Thimphu and shows six types of craftsmanship; painting, ceramics, wood mold, wood-turning, enamel work and weaving.

This rich cultural tapestry has resulted in an interesting blend of languages and cultural practices in the region.

Location: The Trashiyangtse is located in close proximity to Chorten Kora which lies to the west, a dzong.

Best Time: The best time to visit this place October to December.

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Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary

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The geography of Bhutan is dotted with numerous lush forests and other wildlife spaces which make it an excellent choice for wildlife lovers around the world. Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the best places to visit in Bhutan for the lovers of nature. The most interesting thing about this sanctuary is that it was established with an objective to protect a mythical snowman.

Many locals claim to have even seen it and its footprints. Covering a vast stretch of 650 sq. km, this sanctuary has a rich wildlife including a variety of forests. Snow leopard, Himalayan red fox, Himalayan black bear, etc. can be sighted here on a lucky day. Besides, it also houses a  wide range of bird species.

The major portion of the sanctuary lies in Trashigang District of Bhutan. Visit this sanctuary to surround yourself with beauty and bounty of nature.

Location: Trashigang. 

Best seasons
: March to September
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Wangchuck Wildlife Sanctuary

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This is a great place to witness the best of wildlife in the most beautiful landscapes and mountainscapes. Though Wangchuck is blessed with impressive biodiversity, it is more popular for its scenic beauty among tourists since many several high altitude mountains are within the boundaries of the park. The sanctuary covers an area of 4919 sq. km and borders 5 districts of Bhutan namely Bhumthang, Gasa, Dzongkhags, Trongsa and Wangduephodrang.

It is also an ideal location for adventure enthusiasts on Bhutan Trip as it is dotted with several amazing options for trekking and mountaineering. The protected animal species that can be spotted here include snow leopard, Royal Bengal tiger, Himalayan black bear and Himalayan red fox.

The sanctuary was opened to the public in 2008 and has gained popularity over the period. Spend some time here amidst the nature on your visit to Bhutan.

Location: Gasa 

Best Seasons: March to September and January
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The Tower of Trongsa Museum (Trongsa)

Take a walk into the history and culture of Bhutan through the interesting collection kept at the Tower of Trongsa Museum. The structure is a circular tower with five storeys. Apart from its vast collection, this museum is also famous for its brilliant unique structure.

What now stands as a popular museum was built a watchtower a few centuries ago. The five floors of the museum house Buddhist art, varied treasures, items of religious significance, and many other things displaying the attention-grabbing culture and cultural history of Bhutan.

The 500-year-old jacket of Ngagi Wangchuk is a major attraction in the museum. The views from the roof of the museum are magnificent. You can either take a steep staircase to reach here from the town or drive here.

Highlights: The museum has in total 11 galleries exhibiting various artefacts of Buddhist culture and reminiscence of the royalties of Bhutan. The museum displays the remains of the Wangchuck Dynasty and works of the historical significance of Trongsa Dzong. There are dungeons in the tower where British soldiers were kept during Duar War.

Location: Trongsa 

Working hours: Monday to Saturday (9 am to 5 pm) and between November to March till 4 pm 

Extras: Lunch (booked in advance) and refreshments are provided

Torsa Strict Nature Reserve

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Torsa is one of the most famous tourist attractions for it is the only Nature Reserve in the world which has not been destroyed by human inhabitation. It is adorned with beautiful alpine and broad leaves tree forests, making it a favoured trekking route in Bhutan. The name came to existence from the River Toorsa which penetrates from Tibet.

The Nature Reserve is situated at this Junction is bordering both Sikkim and China. The Nature reserve is also a dwelling to many species of endangered flora and fauna, Rufous necked Hornbill being one of them.

: Excellent climate, landscapes include deciduous forests, alpine meadows, scrublands and temperate forests. A small lake, Sinchulunga, which is the source of fresh water stream is part of the Reserve; undisturbed by human settlement, this place showcases a unique tranquillity and serenity.

: Western Haa

Best season
: March to September and Jan to March
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Bumthang Hidden Valleys

One of the best places to visit in Bhutan is the cultural hub of the country, the region of Bumthang. It is believed in Buddhism that there are many hidden valleys in the Himalayas that are hidden from the outside world so that the devoted can seek refuge there in times of need.

As to how much of that is true, nobody knows, but the valleys of Bumthang that make up this place sure seem to have a paradise like an effect on the visitors, and that is why one must surely visit this place and explore the valleys around.

Location - Bumthang, Bhutan.

TrumshingLa National Park

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Now known as Phrumsengla National Park, this unusual stretch of landscape is the jewel of the country. It is situated in the heart of Bhutan and covers 786 sq. km of land. The national park is surrounded by towering Cloud Mountains; the tracks traversing through some distinguished broadleaved tree forest and Alpine vegetation posing a perfect track for trekking and hiking.

The park also preserves 620 recorded species of plants and trees. What can be more enchanting than watching the rhododendrons bloom during the early spring, filling the air with sweet scent?

: The Park provides stunning landscape of the country and the highest peak Gangkar Phuensum can be observed from here. Bribdungla valley which is part of the National park overflows with glorious alpine lakes and meadows, glazed with pretty waterfalls. Treks include Bribdungla and rhodungla

: Mongar

Best Season
: March to May, and September to December
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The Gasa Tshachu

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The district of Gasa is more commonly known as being the home to the famous Jigme Dorji National Park, the other best thing that happens to be a great attraction here is the Gasa Tshachu, the collection of natural hot springs in Gasa.

The legends associated with this place speaks volumes about the relaxing feel that one gets when taking a dip in the waters of these springs. One of the best places to visit in Bhutan, these hot springs are the considered to be the best in the region and, thus, are the most famous as well.

Location- Gasa, Bhutan
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One of the least developed districts of Bhutan, Lhuentse in the northeast is one of the best offbeat places to visit if one wishes to see the local life in its full swing. Known for being a textile producer and as an ancestral home of the royal family. 

It is more renowned for the Lhuentse Dzong which lies on the banks of Kuri River on top of a small hill jutting out at the end of the valley. The Dzong and Chortens are connected to the main city with the help of a Suspension Bridge over the Kuri Chhu River.

Location- North Eastern Bhutan

Best time- Spring and Autumn Months
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Samdrup Jongkhar

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Frequently alluded to as Phuentsholing's younger sibling because of the comparability in engineering style and the way that both towns are on the outskirt with India, Samdrup Jongkhar has, actually, little important to sightseers.

Indeed, even the dzong is new and does not have the appeal and masterful fortunes of the conventional dzongs. In any case, the town is a spotless and charming spot with a varied blend of Bhutanese and Indian shops, eateries and inns, so it is justified regardless of a glance around if going to the area.

The town is situated on the south-eastern piece of Bhutan and fringes the Indian condition of Assam.

Location: The town is located in the south-eastern part of Bhutan and borders the Indian state of Assam.

Best time: The best time to visit this place March to August.

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People Also Ask About Bhutan

  1. Which are the best romantic places to visit in Bhutan?

    Paro Monastery - Paro Monastery, also known as Tiger’s Nest Monastery is one of the best romantic places to visit in Bhutan. Enjoy a memorable hike from Paro Valley to explore the famous Tiger's Nest Monastery. This place is a combination of impressive architecture with amazing views of the valley and mountains.

    Punakha Dzong- Experience the romantic charm of Punakha by visiting the majestic Punakha Dzong, famous for its architecture and its picturesque location at the confluence of two rivers, the Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu. Additionally, you can enjoy a walk hand in hand along the scenic suspension bridge over the Mo Chhu River. 

    Bumthang Valley - Bumthang Valley is a perfect place to visit on your trip if you want an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. You can experience the beauty of this place by planning a picnic or strolling through the apple orchards or diary farms situated here. 

    Buddha Dordenma statue - The Buddha Dordenma statue is located on a hill in Kuensel Phodrang Nature Park. From this place, enjoy a breathtaking panorama of the Thimpu Valley and the Himalayas with your partner. Its location and peaceful atmosphere make it a perfect romantic attraction among Bhutan’s tourist places.
  2. What are the best places to visit in Bhutan with family?

    Kuensel Phodrang (Buddha Dordenma Statue) - Kuensel Phodrang in Thimphu is home to the towering 51-meter Buddha Dordenma Statue. Visible from across town, this tourist destination offers stunning views of the Himalayas and Thumpu Valley, especially at sunrise when the golden bronze statue glows brilliantly. You can also capture tons of photographs from this place. The Druk Wangyal Chortens - Druk Wangyal Chortens are situated near the Dochula Pass which is along the Thimphu-Punakha route. Witness the 108 memorial stupas here that honor Bhutanese soldiers. Set against the backdrop of the brilliant Gangkar Puensum Peak, each one shares a meaningful story. Paro Monastery - Paro Monastery, also called 'Tiger's Nest,' is a must-visit attraction in Bhutan. Located at 3,120 meters in the upper Paro Valley, it offers incredible views of the mountains and Paro Valley. Hike up to this place and explore its traditional Buddhist architecture with golden roofs and a gold-plated dome. Gangtey Valley - Gangtey Valley also known as Phobjikha Valley is a remarkable destination famous for its untouched beauty. This expansive valley is also home to Gangtey Monastery, cared for by the Gomchen families. It is among the must places to see in Bhutan for tourists who are looking for a serene place to visit during their holiday in Bhutan.
  3. Which are the best places to stay in Bhutan?

    1. Yu Gharling Resort & Spa Bumthang: Yu Gharling Resort and Spa happens to be a 4 star hotel that is situated in Bumthang overlooking the famous Tang Valley. The place of accommodation is surrounded by scenic views of the traditional houses and age old charming architectures. It is one of the ideal places for honeymoon couples as it has a good and romantic setting.

    2. Como Uma Paro: Como Uma Paro happens to be a luxury retreat that is situated on the hilltop of Paro. The hotel is spread over an area of 38 acres and it is ideal for guests who are in search of lavish stay amidst the natural surroundings. In the course of your stay, you will get to indulge in relaxing Asian inspired treatments.

    3. Amankora Bumthang: Amankora Bumthang is yet another 4 star accommodation in Paro Valley that is known for offering amazing experience of the Himalayan Mountain Ranges. It is a traditional building that is constructed in the Bhutanese Style.

    4. Dhensa Boutique Resort Punakha: Dhensa Boutique Resort Punakha happens to invite guests to revive their senses and immerse themselves in an air of peace and tranquility. This place is ideal for honeymoon couples as it offers a great amount of comfort and privacy.
  4. How much will a trip to Bhutan cost?

    On average, our Bhutan tour packages for a week can range from INR 40,000 to INR 80,000, per person. These packages include accommodation, transportation, and guided tours, meals, famous places like Paro Monastery and Thimpu. In addition to the attractions, you can enjoy activities such as river rafting and hiking. The cost of a trip to Bhutan varies depending on factors like the duration of stay, type of accommodation, mode of transportation, and activities planned
  5. Which is the best time to visit Bhutan?

    The best time to visit Bhutan is in spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). During this time, the weather is pleasant with clear skies, making it ideal for sightseeing. In addition to that, the landscapes of Bhutan are gorgeous at this time. However, some famous points of Bhutan’s tourist places like the Tashichho Dzong and Taktsang Monastery could be crowded during these months. 
  6. Do Indian need a visa for Bhutan?

    No, Indian dont need a visa for Bhutan; however, they would need to carry two other valid travel documents i.e., valid Indian passport with a validity of minimum 6 months and a valid voter identity card that is issued by the election commission of India.
  7. Is INR accepted in Bhutan?

    Yes, INR is accepted in Bhutan however, the Indian travellers are not allowed to use the 2000 rupee note. You can use all other valid Indian currency in Bhutan without any problem.
  8. How many days do you need in Bhutan?

    One would need to spend at least 5 days in Bhutan to cover all the major tourist attractions. You can marvel at some of the popular places of interest as well as indulge in adventure activities as well.
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18 November 2015
Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek was a great experience. It passes by picturesque lakes, Alpine meadows and villages set to a backdrop of magnificent mountainous landscapes. The experience was amazing and brilliant. We had a really great trek. It was sheer brilliance.
16 August 2015
The trekking experience was great. I had a really nice trek here. It was an inexpensive and a really nice trek. I had a great time.
10 October 2015
Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek is something that every trekker must take in his life. It is so poignant and brilliant. I totally loved this. WOW can be an understatement. The crystal clear, poignant lakes just give me goosebumps. The pristine lakes are so beautiful that you will forget yourself here. The trek is difficult, but nevertheless it is an amazing and a beautiful experience to say the least. I totally loved this trek and I just still can’t get enough of this trek. The experience would not have been this nice if the planning was bad. Special cheers to the team for handling the organization and planning of this tour in such a beautiful manner. If you are planning to have heartfelt trek, then look no further than here.