7 Photos That Will Make You Want To Visit Thimphu

Thimphu is a dazzling place where you can enjoy the sunrise as well as sunset and it will give you the feeling that you are in heaven.

The Beauty of Thimphu!!

The Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan makes your trip a perfect vacation in the hills. Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan and it becomes every traveler’s dream to witness the Bhutanese ways of life. Located in the western part, Thimphu presents a unique blend of traditional and modern life. With a long list of various Buddhist sites, monasteries, museums, and numerous alluring sightseeing places, Thimphu should be explored once in a lifetime.

Mysterious Photos of Thimphu’s Sightseeing Places!!

If you’ve ever dreamed about to tour throughout Thimphu with the help of tour and travel agency in Bhutan, these images will surely convince you-

1. Changangkha Lhakhang- ‘Oldest Temple holding the Most Charming View’

Changangkha Lhakhang

Perched on top of a ridge above Thimphu, Changangkha Lhakhang offers a stunning view of the surrounding Thimphu valley. A number of black and golden colored prayer wheels make this temple more picturesque.


Best time to visit: March-September

Opening Hours: 8:30 am-5 pm

2. The Folk Heritage Museum- ‘Offers a glimpse of traditional Bhutanese lifestyle’


It is a three-storey building which looks like a traditional farmhouse. If you want to get a glimpse of the rural life of Bhutan, it is the best for you to visit. Brokpa yak-hair spider hats in the museum make it iconic place.


Best time to visit: October-February

Opening Hours: 9 am- 5 pm

3. Thimphu Chorten- ‘Nature at its best here’

Thimphu Chorten

Built in 1974, Thimphu Chorten is regarded as the most visible religious landmark in Bhutan. Its golden bells and spires make this Chorten perfect for taking a snap.


Best time to visit: September-November

Opening Hours: 7 am- 9 am

4. National Library- ‘Ideal place for history lovers’

National Library

National Library is a two-storied building with technical equipment like computers, microfilm section, separate room for wooden books. It has one of the largest holdings of Buddhist Literature in the entire world along with 6100 Bhutanese books and 9000 printing.


Best time to visit: March-October

Opening Hours: 9:30 am- 5 pm

5. Deer Park- ‘Harbors a wide range of Deer that will amaze you’

Deer Park

The beauty of Deer Park will absolutely mesmerize your mind. There are numerous elegant deer present in this park. Your trip is definitely incomplete without exploring it.


Best time to visit: September-November

Opening Hours: 9am-7pm

6. Jomolhari Trek- ‘A trekking route with a captivating view’

Jomolhari Trek

It is the longer version of trekking route that put up the trekkers against marvelous heights and unfathomable valleys. What would be better than visiting snow-covered mountains during trekking?


Best time to visit: March-May

Approx Price: INR 300,000 per person for the 9-day trek

7. Druk Path Trek- ‘Adventurous Trek in Bhutan’

Druk Path Trek

Trek amidst the stunning natural landscape with snowy mountains, lush valleys, dense forests of fir, and clear blue lakes on Druk Path trek in Bhutan. It is a 6-day trek which lets you spend adventurous time in the lap of the abundant nature.


Best time to visit: September-November

Approx Price: INR 135,000 per person for the 6-day trek.

Popular FAQs-

Q. What is the difficulty level of Druk Path Trek?

A. The difficulty level of Druk Path Trek is moderate to high and the altitude can be tolerable for you.

Q. Is there any entry fee needed for Folk Museum?

A. Yes, there is an entry fee required to visit The Folk Heritage Museum. It costs INR 150 for adults.