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I think this dzong looks more authentic & old than the Punakha Dzong. Most of the old wooden structure is intact. Beautiful murals of the gods of the 4 directions guard the entranceway. At the end of the dzong are the prayer halls and a...More
The Rinpung Dzong is a beautiful fortress which was built in 1644. The fort was used on numerous occasions to defend the Paro valley from invaders from Tibet. The dzong survived the 1897 earthquake but was severely damaged by fire in 1907. You go over...More
The Paro Dzong, sits boldly on a hill commanding an extensive view of the Paro valley. Built as a fortress to protect against invasions, it is now the seat of the local monastic and governmental bodies. The architecture inside is based on a courtyard system...More
Situated in the heart of Paro town and by the side of paro river, the Rinpung Dzong is unique in the construction and the way it's being preserved. The architecture is bhutaneese and with mural paintings. One would like to walk across the bridge and...More
Rinpung Dzong is the Paro District Office and a spectacular house of art. The murals on the walls are beautiful and the whole place has a very quaint feeling to it. Lots of Lamas and young boys on their path to becoming Lamas can be...More
Another picturesque place for photos that could serve as a postcard. The dzong have been transformed into a portion of administrative offices and monastery on the other side. Each dzong has its own special story. Photos are not allowed in the temple. This temple was...More
Response from ravishankar79 | Reviewed this property |
august is rainy season, you have to make walk of around15 km for tiger nest on hills, if season is bad i think it is difficult.
Rest place can be visited.....
anyway good luck for the journey...