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Attractions in Phuntsholing

Phuentsholing is in fact a busy town with happenings of various business and tourists waiting for their permits to travel and explore the rarest places of Bhutan. The geographical feature of phuntsholing is rather a plain landscape with hot and humid summer and pleasant winter. Because of this, Phuentsholing has made its starting point for an adventurous journey to relish the untainted Himalayan beauty.

The buzzing Phuentsholing town has its own charisma and the sight of uphill winding paved road, leading towards the capital city Thimphu through the lush green woods befriend by exhilarating scene and natural species. Accordingly, during your visit to Phuentsholing, you will  see the bustling streets build with the traditional Bhutanese archicture blended with the modern infrastructure. It has few places within easy walking distance from Bhutan Gate which may hype the interest of tourists, the famous one being Amo Chuu crocodile breeding centre. 

Tourists while visiting the southern border town, Phuentsholing are greeted by the sight of magnificent Bhutan Gate

Amo Chhu Crocodile breeding centre is located at a distance of 10 min from the bus terminal of Phuentsholing along the bank of river Amo Chuu

Bhutan, the scenically blessed kingdom has allured travelers from around the globe with its grandiose vista of mountainous valleys

Perched at an elevation of 400mt, at a distance of 1km from Bhutan Gate is the Karbandi Monastery of Phuentsholing.

 Pagar Goemba was initially established in 1707 by Geshe Kuenga Gyeltshen. It is located about an hour’s walk uphill from Pagar village