Rinpung Dzong, that is situated in Paro is the finest example of architecture that displays the history of Bhutan surrounded by profound peace and a spiritual environment. This place must be visited during the night for it is beautifully and uniquely lit up containing many illustrations of the Buddha, portraying the life of Buddha. If you visit the place, then you must not skip the famous festival of Paro that is Paro Tshechu that is a sign of grandeur.
Rinpung Dzong, Paro
This can be counted as one of the largest and yet the most beautifully designed Dzong in Bhutan when it comes to architecture. It is embedded with wooden carvings and Buddhist art and artifacts. There are a total of 14 shrines and chapels to dedicated actually, on a spiritual purpose.
There are a lot of things that you can encounter when you are in Paro that is, the views of the Paro Valley and the mighty Paro Chuu river along with a large number of monks forming an important administrative center. This place is a perfect family location and also allures the tourists of all age groups, respectively. The structure of Paro Dzong makes it rich in appearance that dates back to the history of Bhutan through the official name, Rinpung Dzong whose literal meaning is the Fortress of a Heap of Jewels. Book Bhutan tour from India with Swan Tours at best price.