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Taktshang monastery paro

Paro Taktsang

Taktsang Lhakhang or the Tiger’s Nest is Bhutan’s most iconic sight and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Paro. The distinctive structure of the monastery combined with its remote location and the stunning green valley view makes it an unforgettable experience.


Rinpung Dzong paro bhutan

Rinpung Dzong

One of the finest examples of architecture, the Rinpung Dzong, also known as the Paro Dzong, has a very spiritual environment. Beautifully lit-up at night, the dzong has many illustrations portraying the life of Buddha.

Kyichu Lhakhang Bhutan

Kyichu Lhakhang

Built in 7th century, Kyichu Lhakhang is a beautiful monastery of great significance. A perfect example of serenity, this is the kind of place where one finds solace.

National Museum Bhutan

National Museum

The National Museum is the pride of Bhutan. Flaunting art and traditions, it has six floors, each of them narrating a unique tale from past. You can see paintings, art pieces, animal masks and many more facets of the rich culture.

Archery Ground Bhutan

Archery Ground

A trip to a foreign country feels incomplete without a touch of sports, doesn't it? So to add a hint of fun to your visit to Paro, Archery Ground holds traditional archery games occasionally, and you might see one if you are lucky. The sight of people hitting dead centre from a large distance is thrilling.

Drukgyel Dzong paro bhutan


Now in ruins, Drukgyel Dzong was built in 1649 to mark the victory of Bhutan over Tibet. If you want to see the fascinating stonework of Dzong from the ancient past, then this is the place to go to.


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Chele La Pass

A 2 hours drive from Paro will take you to Chele La pass, which is the highest motorable pass of Bhutan. The pass connects Paro to the lesser known valley of Bhutan, known as the Haa Valley. At an elevation of 13000 ft, get mesmerised at the stunning mountain views and the green valley down.


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