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Chorten Nyingpo Lhakhang

Passing the several beautiful villages and walking to the chorten in the summer and autumn will be lovely, gardens filled with healthy green vegetables, plants, fruits and trees and repining of those in the autumn would be adventurous.

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Perched between the massive Phochu and Mochu rivers, it is the second of Bhutan’s dzongs. For many years until the time of the 2nd king

A beautiful hike takes you to the regal Khamsum Yulley Namgyel Chorten, which was built to remove negative forces and promote peace

The temple would be a great place to take up a short trip and have a picnic lunch. A day tour to Talo and visiting the Nobgang village on the way 

Chanting up with monks in English adds the charm to visiting the Buddhist College called Daley Goenpa or Dalida by the locals

Perched on a ridge amid pine trees and overlooking the valleys of Punakha and Wangduephodrang, gleams the magnificent structures

Drive towards Punakha Dzong and later walk across the suspension bridge (about 200m long) through a fresh breeze and fascinating

Bhutan’s Punakha valley is famous for rice farming where both red and white rice are grown along the river valleys of Pho and Mo Chhu