Bhutan is a beautiful country and a tourist paradise. It dazzles travellers with its mysterious mountains, forests, and valleys that few visit, mysterious Buddhist monasteries, and temples. It delights travellers with its amazing natural beauty. There are many interesting things to do and see in this country. From snow-covered peaks to remains and historical monuments, Bhutan has much to offer visitors from different parts of the world. Thimphu (capital), Barrow, Punakha, Bumthang, Trongsa, Gasa, etc. are important places in Bhutan that you will love to visit and explore. Here is brief information on some of the major tourist attractions in Bhutan.
Centenary Farmer Market
The centenary farmers market is located in the capital Thimphu, which is a great attraction for tourists in Bhutan. It is one of the largest structures in the country. Here you can see many separate stalls of vegetables, fruits, nuts, beetle, dry fish, dairy products, etc. There are also wholesalers, meat stores, and tea and coffee stalls. You will also see separate cafeterias and kiosks for non-wood forest products. The market is closed on Wednesday.
Tashichhoe Dzong is the most important sights and attractions in Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. Means “the glorious fortress of religion”. It is an impressive white structure. This beautiful building houses the Throne Room and the offices of the King of Bhutan. It also includes the central secretariat and the offices of the Ministries of Interior and Finance.
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RAPA)
Located in Thimphu, RAPA is a major tourist attraction. The main objective of this institute is to preserve and promote the traditions of performing arts in the province. This is the reason why this institute guarantees traditional botanic and disguised dance. The trained dancers by RAPA perform during the annual dance festival called Thimphu Tsechu.
National Textile Museum
This textile museum, located in Thimphu, offers a collection of Bhutanese textiles. It is the place to learn about the vast and rich culture and living art of Botanical fabric.
The National Museum is located in Barrow, and it is worth visiting the destinations while visiting Bhutan. A visit to this famous museum introduces travellers to colourful panoramic images of Bhutan culture and history.
Chorlton National Monument (Stupa)
Also known as Thimphu Shorten, it is a beautiful memorial to Thimphu. A mandala, statues, and altar dedicated to Druk Gialbo III of Bhutan are on display. It is known as “the most prominent religious monuments in Bhutan”. The architectural beauty of this Corten always attracts visitors. Besides the attractions mentioned above, there are many tourist attractions and other interesting tourist sites in Bhutan. National Library, National Institute of Traditional Medicine, Simtokha Dzong, Dechen Phodrang Monastery, Dechencholing Palace, Tango Monastery, Cheri Monastery, Budi Dordenma, Clock Tower Square, Punakha, Jigme Dorji National Park, Kurje Lhakhang, Chimi Lhakhang, Kyichu Lhakhang, Taktsang Lhakhang, Etc. are some other tourist attractions in Bhutan. In addition to sightseeing, travellers can also enjoy hiking, excursions, and other adventure activities.