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I run bike tours in Bhutan, so I take myself to be well qualified to answer your question. Like most of the tourists you'd also get the permits till Punakha (Western Bhutan). Try visiting these places. Thimpu - Changangkha Lhakhang and Zangthoperi Lhakhang monasteries. Thimpu has a vivid market which deals in textile. Also, there is the historical museum if you want to know more about the history. Punakha - Cross the very famous pass called Dochu-la. Visit Punakha Dzong for its famous architecture. Paro - The famous fort Paro Dzong, Kyichu Lhakhang - one of the oldest temples in Bhutan and the Tiger's Nest monastery or Taktsang. The trek has about 700 steps to climb. In a time span of 5-6 days, you can easily cover these places. Also check out the photos of the places that I've mentioned, they are breathtaking!
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Top on the list would be : Tiger's nest monastery Punakha dzong Buddha statue temple at Thimpu & don't forget to try the local peach wine.
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Nice time to visit Bhutan places to go: Paro Taktsang Punakha Dzong national museum of Bhutan
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If you have lot of time visit National Museum The Paro Dzong The Drukgyel Dzong Or if short time must visit Tiger Monastery-a must must see sight Visit dochula pass to see himalayas view Rinpung Dzong Is beautiful flag fortress Enjoy archery game by locals in paro
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Please visit tigers nest have heard a lot about it .. btw i have not visited Bhutan but my search is on soon will visit Bhutan
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