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This was the first of the Dzongs we visited, apparently a day before the King fulfilled a major function there. Accordingly, it was busy with rehearsals and other preparations as well as being decorated with additional tents etc. It is a magnificent and interesting structure...More
Bigger then its smaller brother in Punakha, it keeps the same organizational standard. Originally less important then Punakha`s, where the most relevant administrative and religious ceremonies still take place. Worth a visit.
Great location for this imposing 15th century fortress. Like most sights, go with a guide to get the full history. Beautiful architecture and colours of structures and excellent views from outside terraces up and down the valley. The main temple chamber is stunning, but remember...More
Rinpung Dzong is a large Buddhist monastery and fortress in Paro. It is one of the tourist attraction place in Paro city. Government offices are functioning in this Dzong. Dress code is maintained. Gents to wear shirts covering full hand with collar.
For visitors to Bhutan, the Rinpung Dzong is the first dzong one can see as all incoming flights into Paro pass near it before landing. It piqued my interest to visit the site. However, the place itself was a disappointment.
Rinpung Dzong is located on...More
This has huge value of Bhutan history on their religion as well as governance. There are many information. But it should be visualize
You may need 3 hours to visit all
In the nigh with lights, it's so beautiful from the city
Response from ravishankar79 | Reviewed this property |
august is rainy season, you have to make walk of around15 km for tiger nest on hills, if season is bad i think it is difficult.
Rest place can be visited.....
anyway good luck for the journey...