What can you see in Bhutan

Bhutan is an awesome place to visit, a magical ancient kingdom with beautiful scenery and a fantastic history. Dechen Phodrang Monastery: This dzong is situated in the north of the city of Thimpu. It serves as a school for monks, housing 450 students all enrolled in 8-year courses and a staff of 15. A number of fascinating and important Bhutanese artefacts are found here including some UNESCO monitored 12th-century paintings, a notable statue and a central Sakyamuni Buddha.

Thimphu is an intriguing destinations and the capital of Bhutan. The city nestled in the higher ranges of the Himalayas offers astonishing sights of their emerald forests and beautiful view of the Raidak or Chuu River. Thimphu is culturally a must visit place graced with old world charms and modernity. You might just be amazed to witness their red light to be a traffic policeman. Interestingly, the red light lasted in the city for mere three days until the locals disliked and found the light to be rather negative, hence replaced with the human traffic controller. Today, the city is flooded with camera-wielding tourists exploring the unique treasures of Bhutanese culture, cuisine and lifestyle. Basically, the top sightseeing places that are popularly explored in Thimphu are Buddha Dordenma, Memorial Chorten, Dechencholing Palace, Clock Tower Square, Motithang Takin Preserve. Other tourism places include Dzong such as Tashichho and Simtokha; Monasteries such as Dechen Phodrang, Tango and Cheri. For an excursion breaker, Thimphu also offers charming cafes and bars as well as nightclubs and restaurants to socialise and meet like-minded people.

Druk national carrier of the Royal Government of Bhutan and we will lift you over the mountains in either an Airbus A319 or an ATR 42-500. Our flights come out of nine cities, and we are expanding our hubs to accommodate the growing number of tourists who want to experience this country. We will treat you like royalty, and your flight will be an as much pleasure for you as serving you is a pleasure for us. Come and be our guest as Drukair brings you to a land that time seems to have forgotten but you will never forget. Read extra info at Drukair.

The main street of Paro, stretching across two lanes, is known for its antique Buddhist souvenirs and prayer related materials. Some of the unique souvenirs can be shopped here. Have a walk on this Main street of Paro for admiring the numerous shops and the mountain ahead. If you are a tourist then you must buy something as the souvenir, then you will get every necessary thing for the same purpose only. Try visiting the market on this street on Sunday, and you will see how many delightful things the Bhutanese sell in their respective shops. From Kiran which is the traditional dress of the country to Bhutanese stamps, all are available here. You can check the handcrafts here, handmade Bhutanese boots, dried Yak cheese, amazing embroidery, weavings at various shops. Take note of the expensive jewelry from the shops as well, as there are pricey silver amulets and other types of traditional wearables are sold. Make sure that you inlcude this place in your list as it is one of the top Bhutan tourist places.