As promised, below I'll be listing down the names of places to visit in each city.
1. Takin Preserve
2. Folk Heritage Museum
3. Memorial Chorten
4. Changangkha Lhakhang
5. Paper Factory (Can skip)
6. Simply Bhutan (Must)
7. Tashichho Dzong
8. Buddha Point
Tip 1: If you are on a budget, look for homestays as they are beautiful and can help you blend in their culture.
Tip 2: Thimphu markets are expensive. You can buy souvenirs in Paro at lower prices.
1. Dochu La Pass
2. Punakha Dzong
3. Chimi Lhakhang
4. Suspension bridge
5. Mochu and Pochu rivers
Tip: Try getting a resort by the riverside, the view will totally be worth it. You can also ask them for a bonfire.
1. Paro Dzong
3. Paro Market
Activity: River crossing. On the way to Paro from Punakha, you can do this.
Activity: Hot stone bath
Tip 1: Bargain as much as you can. Find shops which are behind the main streets, they offer reasonable prices.
Tip 2: Do try on their traditional clothes which is Gho for males and Kira for females (because any country's visit is not complete if you haven't tried their local food and outfits)
And that, my friends, is the end of my blog on Bhutan. I hope you all liked it.