Located under the Wangdue Phodrang District, the villages of Adha and Rukha are beautiful places to get insights into rural Bhutanese lifestyle.
Panbang is home to the country's largest river basins proving to be one of the best places to seek adventure tours.
Home to marshy magnificent crocodiles and gharials, the Amo-chu-crocodile zoo is one of the most visited attractions in Phuntsholing town.
Authentic Bhutanese Craft bazaar in Thimphu sits along the Norzin Lam stretching from the Taj Tashi hotel up till Royal textile academy of Bhutan.
Babesa Village Restaurant has become one of the must-visit eatery places in Thimphu for both tourists and locals alike.
A tour to AWP distillery can provide the visitors with an opportunity to experience and observe how Bhutanese liquors are made.
Bhutan gate marks the entrance into the Kingdom. It holds significant importance as it marks the harmonious relationship between the two countries.
The museum flaunts artifacts and unique stamps that narrate the history of Bhutan and the journey of post in Bhutan.
The Royal Society for Protection of Nature has set up an information center on Black Necked Cranes.
The Buddha Dordenma sits atop a hill overlooking the whole of Thimphu valley in kuensel phodrang which has become a must visit site in Thimphu, hence the name Buddha point.
Like Phobjikha Valley, Bumdeling is also identified as an important bird area as it is the wintering site for the black-necked cranes.
Starting at 2800m and ascending to 4000m, Bumdra trek is a short trek through a very beautiful trail.
The brewery stands overlooking the beautiful Bumthang valley near Batbalathang domestic airport.The brewery is one of the oldest and also the only one brewery in Bumthang valley.
Popularly known as Sunday market, the Centenary Farmer’s Market is located at a walking distance from the main town in the capital.
Located at 3988m and separating Paro and Haa valley, Chelala pass is the highest motor able pass in Bhutan.
A 500m (elevation gain) short hike through the Chelala ridge, that separates Paro and Haa valley.
The chorten architectural style resembles the Bodhanath stupa in Nepal.
Built by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel, Cheri monastery sits on a rocky hillside and is frequented by monks to meditate.
The temple was built to honor the Buddhist saint Drukpa Kuenley also known as the divine madman.
Located in Tashi Yangtse District, the monument is believed to be a replica of the Boudhanath temple of Nepal.
The site of the floating statue of Dorji Phamo is located an hours drive from Paro town.
At an elevation of 3100 meters, Dochula is one of the many mountain passes in Bhutan accessible by motor road.
Drukgyel Dzong, one of the oldest dzongs in Bhutan is located half an hour from Paro town.
Duenmang hot spring is located at the bottom of a valley about an hour walk downhill from the road at about 75 Kilometers from Zhemgang.