Welcome to the unique experience
- Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Paro on Druk Air via Guwahati.
- Welcome to Paro valley (2195 m), the perfect entry into this happiest country in the world !
- On arrival, meet your friendly tour guide and proceed for lunch
- Visit Rinpung Dzong, the “Fortress of a Heap of Jewels”. It is one of the kingdom’s finest examples of traditional Bhutanese architecture. The dzong houses a monastic school with two hundred resident monks. Several interesting paintings here include an unusual Bhutanese interpretation of a mandala, a diagram of the cosmos. On returning to your transport, you will cross the traditional wooden covered bridge called Nyamai-zam which spans the Paro River.
- Visit Kyichu Lhakang, one of the oldest lhakhang in the country built miraculously by Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo in 7th century to subdue the demoness residing in the Himalayas.
- View Drukgyel Dzong, a victory fortress of the 17th century, although in ruins, this Dzong is preserved for its great historical importance.
- Depart on an hour journey to the capital city Thimphu (2350 m), which is situated in a large valley traversed by the Wangchu River and overshadowed by high peaks.
- Proceed to the Coronation and Centenary Park where the 45 feet tall walking Buddha resides. The statue symbolizes the celebration of the 84th Birth Anniversary of Thailand’s King and also the wedding anniversary of His Majesty the King
- Visit the Centenary Farmers Weekend Market where the locals come to do their weekly shopping. This will be one of the highlights of your trip as you observe the Bhutanese people's culture and life styles. (Opens Friday to Sunday, however, farmers will gradually come to the market from Wednesday onwards).
- Check in hotel for dinner and the night