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About Tachog Lhakhang

A temple in the foot of a tall mountain, with an iron bridge offering a unique adventure while visiting.

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Attractions Near Tachog Lhakhang

Rinpung Dzongkhag

Rinpung Dzongkhag

13.3km from Tachog Lhakhang

A large Buddhist monastery and fortress. It houses the district's Monastic Body and government administrative offices of Paro.

National Museum of Bhutan

National Museum of Bhutan

13.37km from Tachog Lhakhang

The National Museum of Bhutan is a cultural museum in the town of Paro in western Bhutan. Established in 1968, in the renovated ancient Ta-dzong building, above Rinpung Dzong under the command of His Majesty, the King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, the third hereditary Monarch of Bhutan.

The Royal Botanical Park

The Royal Botanical Park

13.9km from Tachog Lhakhang

One of the beautiful places in Bhutan which was flourished with wide varieties of trees and plants which has a rich collection fo flowers and fruits. it is situated in a calm and quiet area and one can enjoy this calm environment very much.

Chhoeten Lhakhang, Paro, Bhutan

Chhoeten Lhakhang, Paro, Bhutan

14km from Tachog Lhakhang

The white tower of Chhoeten Lhakhang, situated southeast of Paro's town square, tells a story. A perfect example of beautiful Buddhist artwork, Chhoeten Lhakhang displays a statue of Jowo Sakyamuni in the middle of the chapel. The sculptures of Guru Rinpoche and Chenrezig in the chapel add glory to the Lhakhang.

Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang

Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang

14.64km from Tachog Lhakhang

Jangtsa Dumgtseg Lhakhang is a Buddhist temple in western Bhutan. The temple is notable as it is in the form of a chorten, very rare in Bhutan. It is located on the edge of a hill between the Paro valley and the Dopchari valley, across the bridge from Paro. The Buddhist iconography depicted in the Chorten is considered a unique repository of the Drukpa Kagyu school

Chele La

Chele La

16.16km from Tachog Lhakhang

Chelela Pass is the highest motorable point in Bhutan, sitting 3988 metres above sea level, between the Haa and Paro valleys. The pass is located 35 km from Paro and 26 km from Haa on the Bondey-Haa Highway. Built in the 1990s, the asphalt road is narrow and steep, with hundreds of turns and sheer drops. It can be dangerous in winter due to snow and ice and the risk of avalanche.https://www.drukasia.com/bhutan/haa-valley/chele-la-pass/

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The district that contains the only internation airport in Bhutan- Paro international airport.

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Nithin Mathew

Nithin Mathew

2015-11-30
We were not able to get inside the monastery but the view outside was so beautiful that we were super happy.

Huge mountains stands as backdrop to the temple, with blue clear skies, and prayer flags dance in the wind. There were guard dogs at the place which barked so much during our visit (they were caged though). There are some small caves too on the way to the temple in which lots of small terracotta figures are present. Possibly for some kind of rituals or offerings.

The iron and wooden bridges across the Paro chu (Paro River) which you have to cross gives it's own adventure. It slowly moves when you walk on it and since you are able to see the water flowing down, it is kind of scary to walk on it. With its crystal clear waters, surrounding trees with orange, yellow, green leaves, and the warmth of the sun otherwise in a very cold climate, the visit was just perfect. If you are heading to Paro from Phuentsholing, do not miss this temple. Its just picture perfect place.
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