When it comes to the most peaceful countries, then nothing can beat Bhutan. Bhutan is the only country in the world, which is Carbon negative. The country or Kingdom loves to keep everything clean and has almost zero pollution. The people are happiest in the world, according to the recent survey. If you are planning for a trip to Bhutan, then you should make sure you plan everything before visiting the country. As the foreigners have to pay the tourist fees of $250 per person per day while you are in Bhutan, the people tend to end their trip in a few days. That’s why it is important to plan your trip to get the best experiences in your short stay. Here are a few must-do things to do in Bhutan. You should not miss these attractions in Paro and Thimpu cities in Bhutan.
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Must Visit Places in Bhutan
#1 – Tiger’s Nest Monastery
Tiger’s Nest Monastery is one of the best places in the world. The monastery is situated just outside the Paro. It is surrounded by Hills and located on the mountain. The Tiger’s Nest monastery is also known as the Taktsang monastery. As this is the sacred place for Buddhist people, you’ll feel the ultimate calm and peacefulness while checking out the interiors of the monastery.
#2 – Buddha Dordenma
As Bhutan is the Buddhist country, you should consider visiting the Buddha Dordenma in Thimpu. It is a splendid sight to visit for the ultimate experience. It is the big statue of Lord Buddha, measuring 51 feet in height. The statue was built to bring prosperity to the nation. It is situated outside the Thimphu city, with the view of overlooking the city.
#3 – Changlimithang Stadium
The Changlimithang stadium is the biggest stadium in the Kingdom of Bhutan. The national sport of the country is Archery, so the stadium is full of teams practicing Archery. There are competitions held frequently at the Changlimithang Stadium. You can spot the teams practicing on the stadium and even try out the archery with Bows and arrows. It is a once in a lifetime experience to try out the national sport.
#4 – Tashichho Dzong
Tashichho Dzong is the main administrative building of the government in Bhutan. The building is a tourist attraction, as the same has some cultural heritage. There is a beautiful garden in the administrative building, with a lot of flowers. You can roam around the building, visit the same if you have some work with the officials. The main attraction to visit the Tashichho Dzong is the Guard changing ceremony. You’ll spot the Royal guards changing the duty, which is witnessed by hundreds of tourists. It is similar to the Royal guards of the Queen changing the duty in England outside Buckingham Palace.
#5 – National Memorial Chorten
National Memorial Chorten is the best tourist attraction in the country. It is the temple that was built in 1974 for the honor of the King of Bhutan. The kings are respected above everyone, and this is the place every tourist must visit. The temple is built in the Buddhist style with the Stupa design. If you’ve hired the tour guide, he will bring you to this place.