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This is an important stupa in the centre of Thimphu. Many locals, particularly old folk, come here to walk clockwise around the stupa to build up their good karma. The stupa was built as a memorial for the third king. It is worth a quick...More
This Stupa is in the heart of Thimphu, and like all national monuments has an intricately painted gate leading to the white structure with decorative trim around it. A beautiful peach tree in bloom graces the ornately painted gateway. To the right, you can hear...More
Very picturesque .
The prayer wheels you turn at every place you go in Bhutan gives you a calming experience.
Our fellow members then made it a point to turn every prayer wheel in all places we visited .
It seemed like they get some...More
It's a busy place, mostly popular among the locals. View is nice and ambience is quite peaceful. It's about 10 mins ride off the main town, you can walk up here as well. Get a real feel of Thimphu here
The structures and grounds are nice, but there is nothing extraordinary about them. The main interest of this Chorten is observing the elderly people praying and interacting with one another in a peaceful spirit.
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Weather is rainy intermittently but it doesn't rain that heavily. You can do your journey with motorbike ride with all the gears like rain-coat etc. You can get your Permit made in Thimphu from its Immigration Dept. (works... More
Weather is rainy intermittently but it doesn't rain that heavily. You can do your journey with motorbike ride with all the gears like rain-coat etc. You can get your Permit made in Thimphu from its Immigration Dept. (works Monday thru Friday) for visiting Punakha & Phobjikha.