A Look at the Top Places to Visit While in Lovely Paro

Paro is a beautiful valley town, which is quaint and reflective of the old world charm. It is of primary importance for its many temples, and sacred sites. It has a huge number of monasteries. Its religious place attracts people from all over the world. What is even more mesmerizing that the lovely interiors of its temple are its natural beauty, which is simply breathtaking. You will find this town to be very lovely and offering a fantastic getaway from madding city crowds, providing an excellent environment for fun and enjoyment.

Key Places to Sightsee While Visiting Paro

One of the most important places to see here is the Ta Dzong. This is a watch tower that was at one point built to serve as a defense for the Rinpung Dozng area. Today it serves as a museum, which houses the most interesting arts, artifacts, historic documents, photos and much more.

Ta Dzong

Ta Dzong | Image Resource : wikimedia.org

Kyichu Lhakhang is a very interesting place to see because it is an ancient temple complex. The first temple of the complex was constructed in the 7th century while the other was built only in 1968 and patterns the first. The temple’s exteriors are blue color which will strike your eye immediately when you look at it. It is one of the oldest temple complex in Bhutan and a very important one, so it is a must to visit.

You will find the Ugyen Pelri Palace to be a phenomenal place to visit with its majestic structure and grand beauty. Built by Paro Penlop and Tsering Penjor, the place is a typical Bhutan architectural style and one where you get to see some of the most exquisite carvings and intricate work.

Ugyen Pelri Palace

Ugyen Pelri Palace | Image Resource : bhutanindex.com

Look into the Taktshang Lhakhang monastery and you will find it to be a very stunning place to see. Perched as it is on a cliff about 9000 meters above the Paro valley, it is a place of stunning natural beauty. It is a religious site of high importance and it is said that Guru Rinpoche came here on the back of a tiger and did meditation. People of the country visit it at least once in their lifetime.

Visit the Jomolhari peak which is a beautiful place to see in all its majesty and snow capped beauty. It is best viewed from the Drugvel area and you can arrive here in 40 minutes from Paro.

One of the things that Paro is famous for is its farmhouses, which are quaint and offer a fabulous experience. You will find staying for a single day here to be a very transforming experience. Enjoy the high standards of hygiene followed while working and get into the rustic farm environment which is wonderful and delightful. The most interesting aspect about these houses is that they are made from mud and stone but have none of the usual carpentry work that is seen in most residences.

You must make it a point to visit the beautiful Paro Museum. Also known as the National Museum of Bhutan, it is a fabulous place to see and shows some of the most beautiful artworks and artifacts, enabling you to enjoy some of the most fantastic items from bygone era like never before. About 1500 years of Bhutanese cultural history can be seen here, enabling you to get an in-depth understanding about the country history and culture.

New Delhi To Paro Air Tickets

New Delhi To Paro Air Tickets | Image Resource : ndtvimg.com

Reaching Paro

Paro is connected to various global cities through direct flights. You can easily reach it from India through direct, nonstop flights fro the capital city Delhi. The only carrier that operates from New Delhi to Paro are Druk Air and you can find out about New Delhi To Paro Air Tickets price by looking into the carrier’s website. Find out more about ticket pricing and discount here before making a booking so that you can avail the lowest prices.

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