Best Things To Do in Phuentsholing, Bhutan

Whether you're visiting Phuentsholing for a few days or are a localite, Phuentsholing is sure to have something new for you. Explore our guide that tells you about the best tourist places to visit and things to do in Phuentsholing. This guide will give you an idea about the popular attractions, upcoming tourist spots, and off-beat things to do in Phuentsholing. This makes it easy to plan weekends or long vacations in Phuentsholing. We have compiled this cool stuff to do in Phuentsholing keeping in mind the points of interest for families, groups, and romantic couples. Looking at the activities for adventure junkies in Phuentsholing listed here will get the blood rushing and adrenaline pumping through your veins.

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Tourist Attractions in Phuentsholing

Here is the list of things to do in Phuentsholing and tourist attractions in city.

  1. Amo Chhu Crocodile Breeding Centre

    Tags: Wildlife Park, Entertainment

    If you enjoy some wildlife, don’t miss out on the Amo Chhu Crocodile Breeding Centre in Phuentsholing, Bhutan. The crocodile breeding centre is indisputably one of the most popular attractions in the city as you get to see these stealthy and dangerous creatures in real life at pretty close quarters – as they feed or snooze, depending on what time you visit. Located behind a bus stat...Read more
  2. Zangtho Pelri Lhakhang

    Tags: Religious Site, Temple

    This temple or lhakhang located in the centre of the city Phuentsholing is a representation of the celestial abode of Guru Rinpoche, albeit in concrete.On the ground floor, you will find statues of the eight manifestations of Guru Rinpoche, or the eight principal forms that he assumed at different points in his life. The walls are adorned with paintings depicting the lift of Buddha. On the next...Read more
  3. Chukha Hydropower Project

    Tags: Dam

    Energy is a very important aspect of development in Bhutan, with it receiving prime focus in the country’s five-year plans. Most of the hydropower plants generate power by means of run-of-the-river electricity. Constructed under the Indo-Bhutan treaty under Indian aid is the Chukha Hydropower Project or Chukha Hydel, Bhutan’s very first mega-power project. It is built in the Chimako...Read more
  4. Karbandi Monastery

    Tags: Statue, Monastery

    Karbandi Goemba or Monastery, at a height of 400 metres, was founded in the year 1967 by the royal grandmother Ashi Phuntsho Choedron, who has had a winter residence here. The modern temple houses large, impressive statues of the Bhutanese deities of Shakyamuni Buddha, Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal and Guru Rinpoche. Outside the monastery is a lush garden, alive with greenery, from which visitors w...Read more
  5. Bhutan Gate

    Tags: Historical Site, Architecture

    An ornate gate designed in traditional Bhutanese-style motifs, the Bhutan Gate is the main gateway to the country from India. It defines the demarcation of Indian and the Bhutanese territory, with the adjoining cities of Phuentsholing and Jaigon. A much-photographed destination, the gate divides two strikingly different cities – the difference is actually palpable when you walk in, especi...Read more
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    Debanjan Mukherjee

    Good hotel and good staff. Rooms are good. Price is moderate.

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    Jagadeesh J

    Decent price with really nice comfortable rooms. We stayed in a twin with great mountain view. Staffs are nice and helpful

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