Next morning, head towards Paro. It is a little bit chillier than Thimphu engulfed by Mountains on all sides. Paro is home to many scenic views.
A visit to the National museum helps you revisit your previous 4 days of the trip as it has massive collection of old photos of The Royal Family Of Bhutan. It also houses the great cultural relationship between India and Bhutan over the past many years.
Museum has a video section depicting the different forms of Bhutanese Folk Dance.
Later you can start towards the Tiger's Nest Monastery. A 3 to 4 hour trail through rough patches seems worth it when you reach the monastery atop the hill. It is very well maintained and again photography inside the monastery is strictly prohibited.
Remember, wherever you are asked to remove your footwear in Bhutan, you are not allowed to click pictures inside it.
The return journey back from monastery drains out all the energy as you near the end of the trip.