The “land of thunderbolt” as it is also known as Bhutan. It remains one of the least visited places. Seems even the most enthusiastic travelers do not deem it worthy of those cheap flights from SLC. I guess they have no idea what they are missing out on. This is land of so much to yearn for. From the food, culture down and its natural landscape, this country can be your dream destination anytime. You will definitely be leaving with a deep sense of accomplishment when you are on those cheap flights to Charlotte. Below are my top sight-seeing locations in Bhutan.

Chele La Pass

This is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bhutan. Standing at an altitude of over 3900 meters, this pass assures you the magnificent view of the Haa Valley in Paro. This pass is located at the 13,000 feet above in the west from the Paro valley. This is the highest road pass of Bhutan and is surrounded with amazing views of the Himalayan range as well as Mount Jomolhari. Mt. Jomolhari is this country’s most sacred mountain and it stands at over 22,000 feet. It will take an half hour drive from the valley floor of Paro to get here.

Buddha Dordenma Statue

Now let us talk about culture. The Buddha Dordenma Statue is one of the largest Buddha rupas in the world. Standing at about 52 meters tall, this statue houses over 125,000 small statues of the Buddhas inside of it. This statue was erected to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the fourth Bhutanese king, Jigme Singye Wangchuck. This is regarded as one of the biggest Budha statues, this work of art sits calmly at the Kuensel Phodrang Nature Park. The estimates for building this statue runs into about 100 million dollars.

Taktsang Palphug Monastery,

Although Bhutan is one of the least visited tourist destinations, pictures of different locations in Bhutan are all over the web. You may have even come across a number of them. Standing at 3100 meters above sea level, this work of architecture has construction works that date as far back as the 1960s. The place is the dream destination for who are seeking either adventure or pilgrimage or both. The “Tiger’s nest” like it is usually called is a beauty to behold. The fact that it hangs to a cliff makes it even more fascinating to behold.

Bhutan national museum

The fact that this museum is still standing despite all the earthquakes in the last ten years  remains a miracle. This seven storey building shaped like a conch shell dates as far back as the 1650s. This is an embodiment of the land of Bhutan as it houses relics that say the true story of the land of Bhutan. It actually looks more like a fortress than a museum.

Instead of viewing pictures of the locations in Bhutan, why not come around to experience it yourself. This is one trip you are most likely want to and always remember.

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