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A land of culture, tradition and beauty, Bhutan is one of those tourist destinations in the world that wins every traveller’s heart. No matter where one chooses to travel in Bhutan, travellers surely fall in love with the stunning landscape, spiritual vibe and ancient vibrancy. Even though the entire country is dotted with a plethora of beautiful places to visit but the top attractions boasting Bhutan tourism are located in the western and central region of Bhutan, largely in and around Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and Bumthang.

When on a Bhutan Tour, tourists will come close to some of the splendid dzongs and monasteries. The must-see tourist places includes Paro and Zuri in Paro, Tashichhoe and Simtokha in Thimphu, and Punakha Dzong in Punakha, which is the second oldest and largest dzong in Bhutan. Moving to the popular Buddhist Monasteries, temples, palace and a museum in Bhutan, the important ones include Paro Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest Monastery), Khangkhu Lhakhang, Bondey Lhakhang, Tago Lhakhang, Druk Choeding, Ugyen Pelri Palace, National Museum in Paro, Tango, Dechen Phodrang, Cheri, and Changangkha Lhakhang in Thimphu. The other not-to-miss tourist attractions in Thimphu includes Buddha Dordenma, Memorial Chorten, Dechencholing Palace, Clock Tower Square, National Textile Museum and Motithang Takin Preserve. The temples and monastery of Bumathang include Kurjey Lhakhang, Kichu Lhakhang, Jambey Lhakhang and Lhodrak Kharchu Monastery. The Punakha Dzong and Trongsa Dzong are yet another top tourist attractions in Bhutan which are unarguably the most beautiful dzongs in the country. Also, the wildlife enthusiasts can visit Jigme Dorji National Park, the second largest national park that occupies almost the entire Gasa District and the northern areas of Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and Wandue Phodrang.

A vacation to wild and rugged eastern Bhutan will let one witness the fascinating towns and villages. The must-visit tourist attractions of this region of Bhutan includes Gom Kora, Chorten Kora in Trashiyangtse, Guru Rinpoche Statue in Mongar to Lhuentse, Yakgang Lhakhang in Mongar, and Trashigang Dzong in Trashigang.

A trip to Bhutan will let the tourists learn about how the traditional Buddhist culture meets the splendid fortresses like the monasteries, dzongs, temples, palaces and more. In simple words, Bhutan is a magical and mystical place that must be visited at least once in a lifetime.

These are the Top 5 Most Visited Tourist Attractions in Bhutan

S.No Attraction Name City Name
1 The Tiger’s Nest Temple Paro
2 Tashichho Dzong Thimphu
3 Punakha Dzong Punakha
4 Dochula Pass Thimphu
5 Chele La Pass Haa

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Rigsum Pemai Dumra

A park in Tsirang, Rigsum Permai Dumra comprises two gazebos, a fountain, an artificial Lake, children’s play zone and an arched bridge.  ...


Lhuentse Dzong

The mighty fortress, Lhuntse Dzong popularly known as Lhundub Rinchentse is home to many sacred artifacts, installed by the 4th Druk Desi Tenzin Rabgay.  ...


Kilung Lhakhang

A sacred temple, Kilung Lhakhang houses sacred chain mall which was used to recapture a statue that miraculously flew away from the dzong.  ...


Jangchubling Dzong

A monastery founded in the 18th century by Pekar Gyatso, Jangchubling Dzong is one of the important attractions in Lhuentse that is worth a visit.  ...


Katsho Goemba

An old Buddhist monastery in Haa Valley, Katsho Goemba is known as a trekking destination which takes one through Katsho village.  ...


Gelephu Tshachu

A popular hot spring in Sarpang, Gelephy Tshachu let the tourists try the ancient Bhutanese tradition of ‘Menchu’ or Hot Stone Baths.  ...


Yongla Gompa

Situated atop a dagger-like mountain Pemagatshel, Yongla Goemba is one oldest and holiest shrines in eastern Bhutan.  ...


Chimi Lhakhang

Renowned as the fertility temple, Chimi Lhakhang is one of the popular temples of Bhutan which is mostly visited by the childless couple from in and around Punakha. The temple has become one of the we ...


Chendebji Chorten

A Nepali-style Chorten built in the 18th century, Chendebji Chorten was constructed with the sole aim to subdue harmful, anti-religious demons.  ...


TA Dzong

Ta Dzong, the National Museum in Trongsa built-in 1968 houses a collection of paintings, fine arts, bronzes, jewellery, handicrafts and more.  ...