One of the oldest temples in Bhutan is Jambay Lhakhang. Built in the 7th century by a Tibetan king, it was meant to subdue the demons that was residing in the Himalayas. The plan was to build a 108 temples but only two were built. The other one is in Paro. Guru Padmasambhva himself visited the temple several times and deemed it very sacred. The spectacular festival of Jambay Lhakhang is held at this temple every year. The festival lasts for five days. The main highlight is the fire dance which attracts many people from far and near.
The beautiful Punakha Dzong lies at the confluence of the Po Chu and the Mo Chu Rivers. An excellent example of Bhutanese architecture, the dzong w...
The Tiger’s Nest or Taktsang Monastery is one of Bhutan’s iconic landmarks. Lying 12 kilometres from Paro, the monastery lies perched o...
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