Dungtse Lhakhang is said to have been built to subdue an ogress and bless the community.
Perched on a cliff-side on the western side of Paro valley at approximately 20 minutes drive from Paro International Airport is the Dzongdrakha Monastery.
Some of the worth visiting heritage villages in Zhemgang include Bjokha Village, Trong heritage village, and Dangkhar heritage village. Excursions into Dangkhar village with traditional stone houses are a thrilling experience.
The museum is a restored 150 years old house furnished with an 18th century interior setting. A walk around the house can give tourists a glimpse of medieval Bhutan
Located in the picturesque Gangtey valley, the monastery has the most beautiful architecture that overlooks the village below.
Travelers can engage in day hikes. There are multiple trails with easy to moderate difficulty, leading through the pine forest.
The Fort served as the defending barrack in the 17th century. Set on a
Gasa Hot Spring is popular among locals and tourists. Due to its rising popularity and increasing number of visitors, the facility has been well maintained.
The hot spring is situated beautifully among lush green environment and a tranquil ambiance.
Gom Kora Literally translating to Meditation and circumambulation, the temple is as sacred as the name depicts.
The serene environment and tranquil ambiance of Haa Valley provides the travelers from foreign lands with an authentic experience of a true Bhutanese countryside lifestyle.
The Kila Nunnery was established as a meditation site in the 9th century and is probably the oldest nunnery in the country.
Experience the traditional Bhutanese way of life by staying in a farm house in Punakha.
Taking a hot stone bath is the perfect way to unwind any traveler’s day.
The Institute pioneers in medicinal plant research and the development of traditional medicines.
The Jakar Dzong houses the monk body and the administration office of Bumthang Dzongkhag.
Jampa Lhakhang, built by a Tibetan King is one of the oldest temples in Bhutan.
The park is also home to over 39 mammals, 270 species of birds and 139 species of butterflies.
The Jungshi paper factory is located approximately 1 km from Thimphu City, opposite to the Centenary farmers market.
30 minutes drive from Punakha town is the idyllic Khamsum Yuley Namgay Chorten, built on a ride in the countryside of Punakha valley.
Textiles sourced from this village are highly sought after in the country and are generally sold at a premium.
Bhutan's greatest saint, Guru Rinpoche was believed to meditate in a cave that is housed inside the temple.
Located in Paro and one of the 108 temples built in one day by a Tibetan King.
The village has its own dialect, customs and distinct dress.