Sign up for this unique study of the magical kingdom of Bhutan, also known as the “Thunder Dragon” by bicycle. The main attractions here are Buddhist structures and culture. Consider people’s peaceful lives and smiles on their faces as citizens of a country that introduced the concept of “Gross National Happiness.”
The reasons why you should definitely visit Bhutan are its beautiful scenery and wonderful Buddhist history. If you are interested or planning to visit this magical country, you can choose our motorcycle tours.
Here are Bhutan’s popular destinations.
Palden Tashi Chholing Shedra- Phuentsholing:
Palden Tashi Chholing Shedra is located in Phuentsholing, which serves as the gate of Bhutan. Palden Tashi Chholing Shedra serves as a Buddhist college consecrated in 2014. l In the header (assembly hall), we come across some of the best wall paintings.
Punakha Jong has the honor of being the second largest Snowman in Bhutan. The building dates from 1637 and is attributed to Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. The remains of Tertan Pema Lingpa and Ngavang Namigal are also in the monastery. The monastery is also known for its beautiful and intricate paintings.
Tiger’s nest – Sir
The tiger’s nest is also known as Takang Monastery and is of great importance in Paro. Some believe that Guru Padmasbasambava (who allegedly introduced Buddhism in Bhutan) thought about this place after he flew to the area with a flying magnet.
Tashichho Dzong- Thimpu:
Tashicho’s Jason, who is on the team, has thirty shrines. Since 1968, the monastery has served as the center of power of the Bhutanese government. Inside, we meet the throne room, the cabinet secretariat and other offices, such as the Ministries of Finance and Interior.
Tamzing Monastery – Bumtang Valley
Taming’s Lehndrup Monastery is a very important Nianma Monastery in Bhutan. Known for supporting about 95 monks, the monastery is on the World Heritage List. The monastery also serves as the residence of Sungtrul Rinpoche, who is believed to be Pema Lingpa.
Galem’s house – Punakha
There is a popular attraction for visitors to the Galem House, located next to Punemha Dzong. The three-story building allegedly belonged to Changul Bum Galem, a beautiful woman known to the public for her tragic love story with a man of lower economic status.
We also have to swim in the Haa Valley, which is surrounded by dense forests. The area is of historical significance as it was used as a trade route to Tibet in ancient times. Here we meet the White Temple of Taguu Goemba, which is 100 years old, and Shekhar Drak, which is a unique sanctuary.
The above-mentioned places depict Bhutan as a people who are happy with happiness.