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Chela La Pass - Get views of the Himalayas

Situated at an elevation of about 3,989 meters, Chele La Pass is one of Bhutan's popular tourist destinations. The magnificent pass is the route to the Haa Valley in Paro. On a nice and clear day, from here you can experience the Jamolehari Mountains and the nearby peaks towards the north-west and can also see the valleys of Ha and Paro. Many hotels, resorts and homestays in Paro also conduct regular tours to Chelle Le Pass at affordable rates.

This pass is located at an altitude of 13,000 feet to the west of the Paro Valley, it is the highest pass in Bhutan and is surrounded by amazing views of the Himalayan range, and the Jomoli Mountains, which is the holiest mountain in this country and it is 22,000 feet. more than. To reach this Bhutan tourist attraction you will have to drive for one and a half hours from the valley of Paro.

Another attraction of this place is the Hae Summer Festival, and it symbolizes the rich culture of the nomadic heap. You can have a short excursion, which will only take two and a half hours, as many tourists come here to visit.

Punakha Daisong - the second largest Daisong in Bhutan

Punakha Dzong is the second largest Daisong in Bhutan (The Land of Thunderbolt) and is known for its magnificent structure. One of the best tourist destinations in Bhutan, dzong speaks about the beautiful stories and traditions of Buddhist culture. Do not see it on your sightseeing tour of Bhutan.

Punakha is the winter capital of this country and the chief clergy of Bhutan spend the winter in this popular Dzong. Punakha Dzong is located at a distance of 1,200 meters and no one at this height has ever struggled with altitude sickness or lack of oxygen, so if you are thinking of hiking in Bhutan, then you are in high places like Pako This can be a very ideal place for beginners to build a Takhtasang or tiger's nest.

This dzong is considered the most beautiful in the country and in 1953 the first national assembly was held here. It is the second largest fort in Bhutan and also the most popular. It took a year to finish the building of Dzong and the most interesting fact is that there is no use of nails in this building. Almost every national treasure of the country is kept here, and here Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuk, the King of Bhutan, married Queen Jetsen Pema in 2011.

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Buddha Dordenma Statue - Yawn on Bronze Statue

The Buddha Dordenma statue is a 169 feet tall statue of Buddha, built at the bottom of the hills at Thimphu. This iconic gold and bronze statue is visible from almost anywhere in Thimphu and is one of the best tourist destinations in Bhutan.

It is a statue of Buddha and is a giant at the top of the mountains in Thimphu and is also known as Kunjung Phodrang. The presence of this giant statue of Buddha is a symbol of Bhutan's major religion. This very religion plays a solid role in this country and in the everyday lives of the people of the country which is one of the best places in Bhutan for sightseeing. You will see strings of flags on the streets and many prayer wheels around the clock tower, which is located in the middle of the city.

There are small temples and various paintings that beautify the walls which are made of cement and rock. Buddha Dordenma is the largest statue and it is 52.5 meters long and made of bronze. Inside this figure, there are 125,000 figurines. 25,000 and 12-inch ones and 100,000 are 8-inch ones.

Dochula Pass

Ideal for a picnic day The Dokula Pass is a scenic pass consisting of 108 chortens or stupas, built in memory of Bhutanese soldiers who were killed in the war against the rebels of India. Beautifully built temples and stupas, with the picturesque Gangkar Pansum Shikhar in the background, the Dochula Pass is one of the best tourist destinations in Bhutan. The Dochula Pass is located on the way to Poonch and Thimphu. It is a popular place for every tourist visiting the very nearby country. From nearby, you can have a panoramic view of the Himalayan mountain range, and you should know that the view is very beautiful from above. You will get to see the snow covered mountains and the amazing backdrop of the place. So many Bhutanese families enjoy their holidays in the region, they have small picnic spots, and some just come here to enjoy it. You can take your lunch and tea in a flask and come here to enjoy food and hot tea. Location: East-West Road from Thimpu to Punakha Highlights: Panoramic view of the peak of the holy Himalayan Mountains - Chomolhari, Druk Wangyal Lakhang Temple and fusion painting on the walls of the temple

Paro Taktsang is an ancient sacred Buddhist monastery built against the cliff side in Paro, Bhutan. It was first built in 1692. It is a popular pilgrimage sites among the Buddhists and a top tourist destination in Bhutan.
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Tiger's Nest

Tiger's Nest or Takhtang Monastery is one of the scenic spots in Bhutan. It is known for the beautiful and sacred monastery of Guru Rinpoche. It is considered a pilgrimage place and is an easy half-trek, which gives you a panoramic view of the Paro valleys. According to legends, Guru Rinpoche had a second tigress on this tiger's back to suppress a local demon and thus meditated here for 3 months. The place is the most religious place in Bhutan and is hung on a cliff as it is perched atop a lush green forest of thousands of species of rhododendrons and blue pine. Due to this, it is counted in the list of best tourist places of Bhutan. Tourists can come to this monastery by standard permit which your guide will arrange for you. Also, you will have to deposit your cameras and bags at the entrance as photography is prohibited inside the temple. If you are backpacking in Bhutan, then you should consider visiting this place.

Fobjikha Valley

Haven for Bird Watchers Phobjikha is a small town in the central part of Bhutan (The Land of Thunderbolt). Like many other scenic places to see in Bhutan, Phobjikha is full of valleys and surrounded by mountains and lush greenery makes it one of the top Bhutan attractions. This place is known for its beautiful landscape and passes and a day hike will take you through the city and the jungle. The Fobjikha Valley is at an altitude of about 3000 meters and the place is in the shape of a bowl, and is on the western slope of the mountains. The place is on the border of Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park. If you are going to Bhutan then this is the most famous place and you must visit this place. One cannot take the opportunity to visit Bhuban's best tourist destination, Phobjikha Valley. Experience a large flock of black-necked cranes in the wintertime and as it is on the edge of the country's important wildlife sanctuary, you can also see some barking deer nearby or hear their sound. To increase your excitement you should know that there are leopards, wild boar, red fox, Himalayan black bear and many other species in the forest.

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