Bhutan is the destination of happiness the mystical Himalayan range, lowlands, and subalpine mountains surround the nation. Bhutan now you can visit because of its spectacular landscape and astonishing beauty. The country is also endow with a plethora of culture and tradition. Many visitors to Bhutan have been a captivating by the beauty of Bhutanese indigenous, culture-tradition, and geography. Although there are many places to visit in Bhutan but visiting any of these locations will provide you with a wealth of adventure, blessings, and insight into Bhutan’s secret to happiness.
Tiger’s Nest Paro
Paro Takshang, also known as “Tiger Nest,” is a shrine perched on a steep cliff at 3120m. It’s about ten miles north of Paro Valley. Guru Padmasambhava meditated for three years, three months, three weeks, three days, and three hours throughout the eighth century. Many visitors to Bhutan have been shocked and attracted by the monastery being built on the verge of a towering precipice.
Your journey to the monastery begins at the foot of the cliff’s foot. You can rent a mule or a horse to climb up, but you’ll have more pleasure walking and admiring the view of the monastery and the beautiful surrounding hills that are some of Bhutan’s highlights.
The Buddha Dordenma Statue
The Buddha Dordenma statue is a massive Buddha statue located above Thimphu’s Kuenselphodrang Nature Park. The statue was erect to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Bhutan’s fourth King. It stands 169 feet/52 meters tall. It’s made of bronze and was gild with gold.
The statue is one of several big statues throughout the world. The majority of visitors, as well as many ordinary Bhutanese, like taking a drive to Buddha Dordenma. While on your Bhutan tour you will be amazed by the massive Buddha Dordenma statue situated in the middle of the mountain, facing Thimphu valley, giving it a sense of protection and divinity. In a place like Bhutan, the statue built for the well-being of sentient beings effectively represents bliss. Visitors to Buddha Dordenma will be able to take advantage of the pleasant weather and a spectacular view of the Thimphu valley too
Locals and foreigners alike enjoy visiting Phajoding, a famous trekking and camping destination in Thimphu. It’s a well-worn path, but the lush vegetation along the way will help you forget about the long walk. Because the Druk Path (a mountain path that connects Paro and Thimphu) begins and finishes here, horse herders and trekkers and hikers frequently pass through this area.
The starting location is above the Takin Reserve (Motithang). The starting place is clearly identifing a signboard. At the sign, the trail heads up the hill or along the river; follow the way up the hill because the other path leads to Pumola. The pathway divides and rejoins multiple times, including at one point where five paths intersect under an oak tree.
The Majestic Fortress Of Punakha
Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel constructed this Dzong in 1637. In Bhutan, dzongs are utilize for both administrative and religious functions. It is the country’s second oldest and second largest. Until 1955, the Punakha dzong was used for national administrative reasons.
Bhutanese architectural treasures have long captivated people all over the world. The most intricate structure and murals were used in the construction of the dzong and its is also deemed to be the one of the famous places of Bhutan for visitors.
Punakha Dromche/ festival is held every year during the months of February or March. The festival features magnificent masked dances performed by monks dressed in colorful costumes. The Dzong is located in the Punakha-Wangdue valley at the confluence of the Pho chu (Male) and Mo chu (Female) rivers; this provides a heavenly perspective of the picturesque valley.
Dochula Pass is a mountain pass that rises 3100 meters/10,200 feet. The pass is located on the path from Thimphu to Punakha and some eastern districts. Dochula pass is notable for its vista of 108 chortens/ stupas cluster and elegantly circumscring on the hill. It’s one of the most beautiful spots to visit.
The location provides a panoramic view of the snow-covered Alps. Most tourists, including many Bhutanese, like to visit Dochula because it is approximately a 30-45-minute drive from the capital Thimphu. Many locals and tourists like visiting Dochula Pass to enjoy and photograph the gorgeous scenery, as well as to share their packed lunch and snacks with friends and family. Some individuals travel to Dochula to give prayers and to perform religious rites. People traveling through Dochula to any part of eastern or western Bhutan will be able to take in the panoramic vista of Dochula pass.
Bhutan’s stunning scenery and indigenous culture, which have protection and encouragement by our forebears. The primary reasons that set Bhutan apart from the rest of the globe. Furthermore, aware of the potential threat of globalization and industrialization. The Wangchuck dynasty’s determination leadership has put in place appropriate procedures to safeguard our rich tradition, culture, and nature.
All of these factors have contributed to Bhutan’s transformation into a beautiful and tranquil country. The top popular Bhutan tourist places are given above and if you really wish to travel Bhutan our travel agent Norbu Bhutan travel will be always with you for further information you can visit our website.