Friday, 15 July 2011

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Thimphu is the most advanced and flourished capital of Bhutan that draws the attention of thousands of people towards its rice fields stretching on hills, strewed customary houses constructed within rocky walls and various prayer emblems and temples. It covers an area of 1,819 square kilometres and is elevated from sea level at a height, ranging between 1,300 and 7,300. One of the most alluring and fascinating area of Thimphu is its Paro Valley-the oldest and ancient valley of Bhutan which is worth watching and you can take cheap flights to Bhutan to spend your holidays in such an inspiring destination.




Paro Valley Bhutan

Paro owns the exclusive operational airport of Bhutan an astounding lush green concealed facility, used by flights from Asian countries. It houses many monasteries, historical temples and rice plateaus. You will be amazed to see the wonder spot of magical Taktshang or Tiger’s Nest Monastery located on the border of a high hill at the height of 3,000 feet in Paro valley. It was also known as Taktshang Goemba, considered to be one of the most sacred pilgrimage places of Bhutan.

The monastery and its enclosures are truly adorable and the wizardly building casts a spell on its admirers. A special admittance is required for visiting this captivating marvel and make sure to bring along a Bhutanese guide once you start the venture to reach this enchantment. On arrival you will experience deep natural feeling in the woodland directing towards arising slope with fluctuating ringing of bells.


If you have a liking for historical temples you will be glad to see Kyichu Lhakhang one of the oldest and significant Bhutanese temple located in Paro district and was constructed in 7th century. It is very popular for its orange trees located in the garden which produce fruits during the whole year. One other interesting site is the National Museum of Bhutan an artistic museum located in Paro town featuring numerous exhibits of Bhutanese craftsmanship such as classy paintings and valuable statues of bronze. It owns approximately 3,000 artworks that have 1,500 years old cultural history. National Museum’s enriched property of many creative cultures is the distinguished composition of past and present and is one of the most appealing places for tourists.

Kyichu Lhakhang Bhutan

Apart from all such attractions, Paro valley has a lot more amusing areas, welcoming your trip there.
The climate of Thimphu is subtropical monsoon where the summers are hot, humid and wet with rainfalls and winters are dry and cold. The best time to visit is between September and October when the weather is comfortable and pleasant so this time plan your vacations your for the beautiful Paro valley.

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