Here is list of top 5 things to do in Bhutan below: –
Things to do in Bhutna
Visit Thimphu Tshechu
This is a famous festival that is celebrated in Thimphu annually from 8th to 10th October that is held in Tashichhodzong, in Western Bhutan and people from across the globe seem to be attracted to this festival.
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A Tsechu is basically a tribute to Guru Rimpoche, a great Buddhist master who had brought Buddhism to Bhutan. This is a festival that has been an age-old tradition for the locals of Thimphu where one can witness the folk dances, mask dance, and the Dance of Eight Manifestations of Padmasambhava.
Visit Haa Festival
Haa Festival is considered to be one of the amazing events that you can stay there in Bhutan for it uplifts the Bhutanese culture and tradition by living up to it through folk dance, songs, mask dances, by conducting traditional sports, religious performances, artefacts and much more. The festival goes for the duration of 3 days in the month of July every year, in Paro where you get to explore the authentic cuisines of Bhutan. Once you are there in Bhutan during the Haa Festival, you get to experience the natural beauty, the paddy fields, and also the most beautiful valleys that you can cherish. Other than that, treat yourself to the local cuisines, the traditional alcoholic drink, and witness the dance and songs performed by them followed by living the traditional culture of Bhutan.
Must Visit Mojo Park
If you are eager to dedicate yourself to the nightlife in Bhutan, then Mojo Park is one of the many amazing places that will keep you engaged thus, offering you the best possible perks. From live music to the best drinks, you get to enjoy aspiring music and dance to the beats every day. On Mondays, they have Blues Jam, on Tuesdays they are closed, on Wednesdays they have Acoustic Acts and on Thursdays, Solo Acts. This is an exquisite platform that allows the talented artists to sell their music and also present in front of the audience be it instrumentalists and vocalists or local bands/musicians. Irrespective of your gae, you can pay a visit to Mojo Park with your friends or family as an alluring spot in Bhutan with drinks cheering up your moods.
Take Trip to weekend Market in Thimphu
If you are at Thimphu and you are a shopaholic, then what could be a better place than the weekend market where you get everything you desire within reasonable rates yet keeping up the top-notch quality. The weekend market runs from Friday to Sunday, in a permanent space on the western bank of the Wang Chu River that is visited by the vendors who eagerly sell handicrafts reflecting the core Bhutanese culture, cheapest yet the best veggies and fruits, and many other commodities from local to imported. This market is a place where the locals not only buy products but also get a common place to interact with each other on a weekly basis and socialize. From saffron to pink camphor cubes, dried fish, soft cheese and wild honey, fruits, leg of yak, red and white rice along with many strange yet aromatic spices and herbs. Next time you visit Thimphu, you must surely await this weekend market to shop for souvenirs.
Explore My Kind of Place
To explore the bevy of scrumptious dishes in Paro, get yourself treated to the finest cuisines namely, hoentey (buckwheat dumplings) and ema datse (chillies with cheese) with bhaley (Tibetan-style bread), ndonesian-style chicken rendang or a curry set with bok choy and garlic potatoes that are the amazing things that hold the traditional taste of the best Bhutanese food. The price of the food is reasonable and opens at 10 am and closes at 9 pm! This time, in your vacation to Bhutan, do not forget to drop in by My Kind of Place.
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