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Place to visit in Bhutan

1. Paro Rinchen Pong Dzong, Bhutan

Rinchen Pung Dzong  is usually referred to as “Rinpung Dzong”. Its name means “fortress on a heap of jewels”and indeed is a jewel in its own right. Paro Rinchen Pong Dzong was built in 1645 on a prominent area in the Paro valley. The entrance to the envelope will have a beautiful wooden bridge across the river to enter the envelope. Currently, Paros is the place for the Paro city administration. And the measure. There are about 200 Buddhist monks.

2. The Punakha Dzong in Punakha

The Punakha Dzong also known as Pungtang Dewa chhenbi Phodrang is the administrative centre of Punakha District in Punakha, Bhutan. Punakha Dzong is the patron saint of winter. Because of the weather is not too cold. The city is located at an altitude of only 1,468 meters, which compared to other cities. The weather is warmer in the winter. The front of Po Nagar is Po Chu and Mo Chu. It means the father river and the Ma river flow.

3. National Museum of Bhutan Museum in Paro

National Museum of Bhutan is located in Taosung Fort, Paro’s ancient observatory. Founded in 1968 with the reconstruction of the Taishin Fort in the reign of King Dovik Chuk Khuk, King Rama III, the museum collects art, crafts, costumes, woven cloth, armor, mask, hat, harness, ancient script, Or clay sculpture rebellion. And there is a show room to watch. There are stamps, stamps, silk stamps, three-dimensional stamps. Commemorative stamps in the royal ceremony. Triangle stamp There are over 3,000 exhibits and more than 1,500 years old. The Bhutanese culture and traditions of Bhutan are well-known here. The museum building is currently undergoing some repairs that have been damaged by the earthquake. Visitors can see the way behind the museum. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 9.00 am to 17.00 pm and closed on public holidays.

4. Thimphu Shu Festival

Thimphu Shu is one of the greatest festivals of Bhutan. Organized for 3 days at the fort of Taichung. The capital of Thimphu on the eighth day of the 8th lunar month. It will be in the autumn of 2018. This is exactly the date of September 19-21, with the people of Thimphu and the nearby cities attended more than a thousand people. In fact, it was a religious ritual that prayed from gods. If you go to Bhutan during the mask dance festival. Bhutan is a worthwhile tour.

The Tim Pusei Festival started in 1867. There are only 2-3 sets of performances and performances by monks. It was changed in 1950 by King Chedi Dovji Chuk Cheek King Rama III led the mascot dance by the novice to apply to the traditional performances as well. By adding color and variety to the show. And make the audience fun. Because it is similar to the stage. It is a story by dance and use the chanting teachings, the essay in the scriptures, the scriptures of the scriptures to sing the song into the show. Another performance at the Tim Puusu Festival. The center of attention is very good. And it is a goddess. And be amazed at the same time. Tuk Tuk Also known as Rebellion Cloth Show Tell the story of Buddhism, beliefs and history of Bhutanese people who have inherited for a long time. One of the most important characters in the festival of Thimphu Chu is comedian Atsaras. I believe that it is like protecting the evil do not come to destroy the festival. Currently, the comedian Atsara will perform shortly. The social and health of the audience.

On the last day of the festival, there was a rebel ensemble, and there was still the aftermath of a masked dance based on religious beliefs, gods and sacred things. Blend with the play. Dances of the natives Dance of history, political history, government, fighting, war and war, the fight of the Bhutan warriors. Dance performers are dressed. The traditional culture is spectacular. Bhutan is proud of itself. And is impressed by foreign tourists.

5. Bhutan Post Office Headquarter in Thimphu

Bhutan Post Office is one of the world’s most beautiful postage stamps. Visitors can purchase a commemorative stamp at this post office. There are several options. Whether it is a natural view. Himalayas Valleys and rivers Amazing scenery Tourist attractions include important sights, including famous temples such as ParoSun, Pune, Sung, Tim Pyeong, Kusu Temple, Shimizu Temple, National Flowers such as Blue Poppy, The image of King and Queen It is a memorial that once you have traveled to Bhutan, there are also three-dimensional stamp.

Another interesting thing is that you can take photos of themselves stamped back as well. There are also postcards selling postcards. You can choose postage stamps on your selected postcard. Then send back to Thailand for yourself or to someone close. This is a very interesting tourist activity around this post office. There are traders selling souvenirs to sell tourists. Best time to visit Bhutan Post Office Headquarter that can be visited throughout the year but if the travelers want to make most of their trip to Mongar, late spring from April to May when the valley is bursting with the color riot of vibrant rhododendron and juniper is considered the best time to visit Drametse Lhakhang of Mongar.

6. Sangaygang Viewpoint in Thimphu

Sangay Gang Viewpoint is a scenic spot in Thimphu Town where tourists can enjoy a panoramic view of the capital amidst valleys and see Chosun eyes. The great architecture of the capital, Thimphu, resembles the Grand Palace.

Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan and a vast city. In the west of Bhutan Previously, Thimphu Town consisted of small villages. Scattered by the valley In the early 1885, the royal court of Wang Chuk gave the village of Changleitang a major sporting event like football cricket. Changliitang National Stadium was built in 1974 and has been developed in the city of Thimphu. It was founded in 1961 by King Rama III and reorganized the city of Thimphu. The town of Thimphu grew to the north and south of the west. The Wang Chuu River, also known as Thimphu River The capital does not have an airport. But the international airport is located in Paro. Only 54 kilometers away from Thimphu.

7. Paro Tshechu Mask Festival

Paro Tshechu Mask Festival isthe festival of colorful Paro. If you come to Bhutan in the spring. You will see the amazing atmosphere of this masked dance festival at Paro Pong Sung, Paro. And even the neighbors came to the festival. On the last day of work I will stretch the fabric. There is a painting in the story of Buddhism. The well preserved Karur Rinpoche Buddha image in the envelope shown to the people of Paro. The Buddha image is a beautiful, profoundly beautiful Buddha image. Villagers believe that the opportunity to see and pray in front of the Buddha.

8. Kyichu Lhakhang in Paro

Kyichu Lhakhang is an important Himalayan Buddhist temple situated in Lango Gewog of Paro District in Bhutan. Kyichu is one of the oldest temples in Bhutan built in the 7th century by Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo. Kyichu Lhakhang will be located on the left side of the road to Wat Sachang and Dukkelong. Bhutan is one of the oldest temples in Bhutan. It is an ancient church, which was built by King Sangam Kampo of Tibet in 1212. It is one of 108 churches built within a day.

9. Changnagkha Lhakhang Buddhist Temple in Thimphu

Changnagkha Lhakhang Temple is a temple on the ridge above Thimphu Town. It is located in the north of Mottent. The temple is a pristine temple built in 14th century. The white wall of the temple is a visible landmark. The Ganges is one of the oldest temples in Thimphu. The Tibetan Lama was created in the 15th century by his descendants. Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara The mural on the opposite side of the entrance is a special feature of the portrait of Sister Pagan Yehudah, the founder of the Tibetan sect. This temple was restored in the year. 1998-1999 Originally, the monastery served as both a monastery and a fortress for the invasion of enemy forces invading Bhutan. Thimphu’s multi-purpose yard is a scenic spot for visitors to Bhutan.

10. Memorial Chorten Buddhist Temple in Thimphu

Memorial Chorten is a pagoda built in 1974 to commemorate the reign of Jigme Doreen Wang Chuk (a stupa (Dzongkha chöten, cheten) . His third death in 1972, this pagoda was created according to His wishes to appear is true. The planets will create the symbol of the Buddha’s kingdom, enshrined in the world. Please write the inscriptions on the gold plate as a symbol for the gurus. 1000 Buddha images, representing the body.

11. Tamchoe Monastery in Paro, Bhutan

Tamchoe Monastery which has an ancient iron bridge in front of the temple. Then take a look. Scenic view of Wang River It is the focal point of the Paro River and the Thimphu River with prior to flowing into India. On the way, you will see the scenery of the sea to Mount Thimphu at an altitude of 2,400 meters. This is also a viewpoint of Wat Tam Chu. At the confluence of the River Paro with the Thimphu River is Wat Tam Chu or Wat Khao Yai. It is located on the left bank amid scenery with two rivers converging. Mr. Lama Tolang Gelo The temple is built with an iron bridge here. The bridge was watered down in 1969. The bridge seen today is a steel chain rebuilt in 2005, mimicking the original bridge.

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