Bhutan is one of the rarest countries in which there is perfect balance of modern yet medieval. With its cultural heritage and harmonious society, it attracts special attention towards itself for sightseeing. Every single village in this country has their own celebration and one of the well-known is the annual Tshechu and it’s a very religious festival of this place. It has so many forts, monasteries, and other Buddhist relics, trekking spots, and shopping areas which are surely worth a visit. Known as the Last Shangri-La, the entire country comprises panoramic valleys, majestic Himalayas, and abundance of rare fauna and flora. It offers the best sceneries and experiences. Just experience the never-ending exploration of this international destination by booking cost-effective tour package of Bhutan here at WTTSaudia.
Best Places to Visit in Bhutan
- Chele La Pass – It is one of famous place in Bhutan. It has Magnificent panoramic view of the valleys, gushing waterfalls, alpine flowers, and clouds drifting above the hills. If the weather is clear, you can experience the Jomolhari mountain from here and the adjacent peaks from the northwest side and can view the valleys of Haa and Paro as well. Contact your hotel staff, and they will organise for your Chele Le Pass tour in affordable rates.
- BuddhaDordenma Statue- When you think of Bhutan, you think of Buddha. Probably the best place to visit in Bhutan, The 169 feet tall Buddha statue of iconic gold and bronze statue is visible from almost anywhere in Thimphu, thousands of smaller bronze and gold statues of Lord Buddha, and the surrounding KuenselPhodrang nature park is a must to see while traveling to Bhutan. The presence of this giant statue of Buddha symbolizes the dominant religion of Bhutan.
- Tiger’s Nest or Taktsang Monastery- It is one of the must visit places in Bhutan. It is known for the beautiful and the sacred monastery of Guru Rinpoche. According to the legends, Guru Rinpoche also considered as the second Buddha rode to this place on a tigress’s back to suppress a local demon and thus he meditated here for 3 months. It is considered as a place of pilgrimage and is an easy half trek, which gives you the panoramic views of the Paro valleys.
- DrukgyelDzong Ruins: If you are a history lover, this place is just for you. Once a massive fortress that stood tall and served as one of the greatest Buddhist monasteries, only ruins remain on the site of the famous DrukgyelDzong. This is one of the famous Dzong in the country and regarded as the largest landmark of Thimphu. Some of the central monastic bodies and some people from the ministry live here and this is the summer residence of the monks too.