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The Dzong,, dating from the 17th century initially built as a monastery, and later used as a defenceof Pao town is an essential part of any rip to Bhutan.
As a foreign tourist I had a guide, well versed in both local hisory and the...More
Today it is the seat of the Court of Justice and in it Buddhism is taught to future monks. We visit the interior and observe the coming and going of young people in all the rooms. This Dzong should be named a World Heritage Site.
It's is located near to Paro city and walkable distance if you went through wooden bridge. If you take the taxi root , it's long one. Rinpung Dzong is similar to other dzong. Similar built up. Entry free Rs 300 for Indian for other it's...More
I think this dzong looks more authentic & old than the Punakha Dzong. Most of the old wooden structure is intact. Beautiful murals of the gods of the 4 directions guard the entranceway. At the end of the dzong are the prayer halls and a...More
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...