1.Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery The Tiger’s Nest is without a doubt the most visited and the most photographed of all the monuments in Bhutan. Nestled on the edge of a 3,120m-tall cliff, above a beautiful forest of blue pine and rhododendrons, overlooking the Paro valley, the monastery is of tremendous religious significance to the Bhutanese....
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The 23-km ride from Trongsa south takes you to Kuenga Rabten. It takes about an hour and passes through rice meadows and several waterfalls. Farming is well developed in the area. Kuenga Rabten was the winter residence of the second king but now it is looked after by the National Commission for Cultural Affairs so...
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Designed after Kathmandu’s Bodnath stupa with eyes painted at the four cardinal points, it lies en route to Trongsa.
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Built in 1648, Trongsa Dzong, is built above the Mangde chhu. It served as the seat of power over central and eastern Bhutan. All five kings were Trongsa Penlop (“governor”)  before ascending the throne. Trongsa dzong is perhaps the most strategically located dzong among the many other dzongs in the country.
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