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There are numerous splendid places to visit in Bhutan. Bhutan Tourism offers magnificent trekking and hiking adventures with brighter and warmer temperature. If you are planning for a Bhutan Trip, Consider booking Bhutan Soul Tour and Travels. We have skilled guides capable of making you aware of every culture and tradition of Bhutan with those amazing historical sites. If you want to save time and money, call us now and directly hire us as your tour operator.

Attractions in Bhutan encompass religious sites, remote traditional communities, unspoiled natural vistas, and the breathtaking magnificence of the high Himalayas. The country’s 20 unique districts all hold numerous natural and manmade landmarks, with the prearranged tours and their professional guides able to cover premier sites, giving the best views, most famous temples, and most authentic settlements.

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Buddha Dordenma Statue

Thimphu

The 51 meter statue of Buddha Shakyamuni sits atop a hill overlooking the Thimphu valley. Buddha Dordenma statue is one of the most prominent landmarks of Thimphu city. The statue was built to fulf

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Craft Bazaar

Thimphu

A line of bamboo huts stretches along the main street of Thimphu city. The craft bazaar has a collection of local handicrafts and souvenirs. The handicraft products on display embody the traditiona

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Centenary Farmer’s Market

Thimphu

Fresh organic local produce from across the country are brought to the centenary farmer’s market in Thimphu every weekend and the residents of Thimphu ration and schedule their weekly grocery sho

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Folk Heritage Museum

Thimphu

The museum is a heritage preservation project. The museum is a restored one and a half century old traditional Bhutanese house from the medieval era. The centrally located museum structure offers t

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National Institute of Zorig Chusum

Thimphu

The vocational training institute in Thimphu trains students in the 13 arts and crafts of Bhutan. Some of it includes the art of painting, sculpting, calligraphy and woodcraft. During the visit, to

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The Takin Preserve

Thimphu

Nestled in the woods and away from the nuisance of the city, tourists will find the national animal of Bhutan grazing away peacefully. A dedicated team is committed to ensure that the environment i

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Memorial Chorten

Thimphu

The memorial chorten in Thimphu was built in the honor of the Third King of Bhutan. The Tibetan style white washed stupa is crowned with a golden crescent moon and the sun. The monument attracts ma

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Tango University of Buddhist Studies

Thimphu

Tango University is the highest Buddhist learning center in Bhutan. Bhutanese monks pursue a nine year program followed by meditation for three years 3 months and 3 days in the nearby Cheri monaste

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Tashichodzong

Thimphu

Dzong (Fortress) symbolizes the presence and recognition of a central authority and sovereignty. Tashichodzong is situated on the bank of the Wangchhu River adjacent to the National Parliament Hous

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Chelela Pass

Paro

The Chelela Pass at 3988 meters separates Paro and Haa valley. It is one of the highest motor able passes in the country. Traces of animism culture still prevail and mountain passes across the coun

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Drugyel Dzong

Paro

Drugyel Dzong translates to the Fortress of the Victorious Drukpas. The fort was built to commemorate its victory against the Tibetan invasion in 1649. The Dzong was strategically built as a defens

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Kyichu Lhakhang

Paro

Kyichu Lhakhang in Paro is associated with mythical tale of a Buddhist Tibetan King who built 108 temples in one day to subdue an ogress. The demon thwarted the spread of Buddhism. While majority o

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Dungtse Lhakhang

Paro

Dungtse Lhakhang is located in Jangsa village opposite to Paro town across the river. The temple was founded by a Tibetan Buddhist saint Thangtong Gyalpo in 1421. The saint was also an architect an

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Rimpung Dzong

Paro

Paro Rinpung Dzong is built atop a hill overlooking the Paro valley across the Pa Chhu River. As tourists exit the Paro International airport and approach the Paro town, this majestic fort imposes

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Paro Ta Dzong National Museum

Paro

Ta Dzong translates to watch tower. The national museum was originally built as a watch tower above the Paro Dzong. Unlike other Dzongs in the country, Ta Dzong has a cylindrical structure. The stu

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Paro Taktsang Monastery

Paro

Taktsang translates to The Tiger’s Nest. The monastery is situated 900 meters above the Paro valley precariously perched on a cliff. It has an equally fascinating history. According to the legend

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Punakha Dzong

Punakha

Zhabdrung built the Punakha Dzong in 1637. According to the narratives, the chief carpenter “Zow Balep” who was commissioned to construct the Dzong had a vision of the impressive architectural

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Chimi Lhakhang

Punakha

Also known as the temple of fertility, the temple in Punakha valley was built in the honor of the Tibetan Buddhist saint Drukpa Kuenley. He was not the stereotypical Buddhist master and his indulge

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River Rafting in Punakha

Punakha

Crystal clear river fed by the Himalayan glacier descends from the highland into the southern foothills presenting challenging rapids for the thrill seekers. Rivers navigating through the valley of

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Hike to Khamsum Yulley Namgyel Chorten

Punakha

The idyllic Khamsum Yulley Namgyel Chorten is built on a ridge in the northern countryside of Punakha valley. It takes 30 minute drive to reach the countryside from Punakha town and the journey con

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Phobjikha Valley

Wangdue Phodrang

Phobjikha valley is situated in central Bhutan. It is part of an important wildlife preserve because the open marshland is home to the endangered black necked cranes. Other inhabitants included the

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Chakhar Lhakhang

Bumthang

King Sindu Raza supposedly built an iron castle on the site where the temple stands today. The castle was believed to be a colossal nine storied structure. Over time the castle deteriorated until n

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Jampa Lhakhang

Bumthang

Jampa Lhakhang in Bumthang is associated with mythical tale of a Buddhist Tibetan King who built 108 temples in one day to subdue an ogress. The demon thwarted the spread of Buddhism. While majorit

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Tharpaling Goemba

Bumthang

Tharpaling means liberation. In the 14th century, Buddhist saint Gyalwa Longchen Rabjampa is said to have visited the place to preach dharma following which many devotees were liberated. Thus the n

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Ugyen Choling Palace

Bumthang

Located in Tang valley under Bumthang district, Ugyen Choling palace is an ancestral home turned into a museum. The restored traditional house has preserved its medieval ambiance and the much of th

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Ura Village

Bumthang

Ura under Bumthang district is a secluded village about 50 kilometers away from Bumthang town en route to eastern region of Mongar district. A cluster of approximately 40 households encloses their

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Kurje Lhakhang

Bumthang

The king of Bumthang region in the 8th century fell terribly ill after falling out with the local guardian deity. Desperate to recover from the curse, he invited Guru Rinpoche to Bumthang to help t

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Mebar Tsho

Bumthang

Terton according to the Buddhist mythology are prophesied incarnated beings whose calling is to discover treasure hidden by their great master Guru Rinpoche. Terton Pema Lingpa had such a vision. I

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Takila Guru Statue

Lhuentse

The community of Menbi under Lhuentse district exists harmoniously under the grace of a 157 feet statue of Guru Nangsey Zilnon built on top of a hill overlooking the valley. The road to the statue

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Merak Village

Trashigang

The semi nomadic people known as brokpas inhabit the merak village. The village is situated in the eastern region of Bhutan at an altitude of 3500 meters. It has a settlement of about thirty househ

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Chorten Kora

Trashiyangtse

Chorten Kora monument is a replica of the Boudhanath temple of Nepal. An annual event known as the Dakpa Kora draws people from across the country and the neighboring Indian district of Arunachal P

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Khoma Village

Trashiyangtse

Textiles sourced from finest raw materials and woven by skilled reputed weavers are associated with affluent societies in the country. It preserved as collectibles passed on for generations and is

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Gomphu Kora

Trashigang

Gomphu Kora is located 23 kilometers north of Tashigang district en route to Yangtse district. Gomphu translates to meditation cave and Kora means circumambulation. According to the legend, an evil

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Rangjung Yodsel Choling Goemba

Trashigang

The goemba is located in Rangjung town in Tashigang district. The goemba is constructed on a ridge overlooking the Rangjung town. The monastery was founded by Garab Rinpoche in 1989. The monastery

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