Sightseeing around Paro Kyichu LhakhangThis temple is said to have been built in 1659 by King Songtsen Gampo of Tibet. It holds down
The modern capital of Bhutan lies at an elevation of 2300m in a valley traversed by the Wang chu (river). Trashi Chho Dzong
Punakha Dzong built between two rivers in the 17th century by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyel served as capital of Bhutan until 1955 and is
To the south of Punakha lies Wangdiphodrang Dzong at an elevation of 1300m. It is the last town on the highway before entering
rongsa at an altitude of 2200m forms the central hub of the nation and is historically the place from where attempts at unifying
To the east of Trongsa lies the Bumthang valley at an altitude of 2,600m, has an individuality that charms its visitors and separates
Mongar is the district headquarters and hardly more than a stopping place surrounding by fields of maize. It is northern portion of the
Trashigang lies above the Gumri river and is the largest district in Bhutan. It is much busier than other Bhutanese towns due to
Trongsa at an altitude of 2200m forms the central hub of the nation and is historically the place from where attempts at unifying