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Permissible Places for Tourists

Not all areas and religious establishments are open to tourists. This is to ensure that monastic or religious activities can continue unhindered and for environmental and safety concerns. The following Dzongkhags (districts) areas are open to tourists.

  1. Chukha Dzongkhag
  2. Phuentsholing Lhakhang, Phuentsholing
  3. Kharbandi Lhakhang, Phuentsholiing
  4. Kamji Lhakhang, Phuentsholing
  5. Chasilhakha Lhakhang, Bongo block
  6. Chima Lhakhang, Chima block
  7. Chapcha Dzong, Chapcha
  8. Thimphu Dzongkhag
  9. Tashichhodzong (during winter when monk body is away in Punakha )
  10. Thimphu Tsechu Festival
  11. National Memorial Chhorten
  12. Changlimethang Lhakhang, Thimphu
  13. Paro Dzongkhag
  14. Paro Tsechu Festival
  15. Ta Dzong Museum
  16. Drukgyal Dzong
  17. Taktsang Monastery (view from tourist cafeteria)
  18. Bitekha Dzong (en route to Ha)
  19. Punakha Dzongkhag
  20. Punakha Dzong (when monk body is in Thimphu)
  21. Punakha Dromchen
  22. Wangduephodrang Dzongkhag
  23. Gantey to observe the Black Necked Crane
  24. Wangduephodrang Tsechu festival
  25. Samdrup Jongkhar Dzongkhag
  26. Zangtogpelri
  27. Trongsa Dzongkhag
  28. Trongsa Tsechu festival
  29. Chendebji Chhorten
  30. Ta Dzong
  31. Bumthang Dzongkhag
  32. Wangdichholing Dzong
  33. Membar Tsho
  34. Peling Sermon Chhorten, Palrithang
  35. Ura new Lhakhang
  36. Mongar Dzongkhag
  37. Mongar Dzong
  38. Trashiyangtsi Dzongkhag
  39. Trashiyangtsi dzong
  40. Trashigang Dzongkhag
  41. Trashigang Tsechu festival
  42. Zangtogpelri Lhakhang, Kanglung
  43. Kanglung Lhakhang
  44. Khaling Lhakhang
  45. Radhi LhakhangNot all areas and religious establishments are open to tourists. This is to ensure that monastic or religious activities can continue unhindered and for environmental and safety concerns. The following Dzongkhags (districts) areas are open to tourists.
  46. Chukha Dzongkhag
  47. Phuentsholing Lhakhang, Phuentsholing
  48. Kharbandi Lhakhang, Phuentsholiing
  49. Kamji Lhakhang, Phuentsholing
  50. Chasilhakha Lhakhang, Bongo block
  51. Chima Lhakhang, Chima block
  52. Chapcha Dzong, Chapcha
  53. Thimphu Dzongkhag
  54. Tashichhodzong (during winter when monk body is away in Punakha )
  55. Thimphu Tsechu Festival
  56. National Memorial Chhorten
  57. Changlimethang Lhakhang, Thimphu
  58. Paro Dzongkhag
  59. Paro Tsechu Festival
  60. Ta Dzong Museum
  61. Drukgyal Dzong
  62. Taktsang Monastery (view from tourist cafeteria)
  63. Bitekha Dzong (en route to Ha)
  64. Punakha Dzongkhag
  65. Punakha Dzong (when monk body is in Thimphu)
  66. Punakha Dromchen
  67. Wangduephodrang Dzongkhag
  68. Gantey to observe the Black Necked Crane
  69. Wangduephodrang Tsechu festival
  70. Samdrup Jongkhar Dzongkhag
  71. Zangtogpelri
  72. Trongsa Dzongkhag
  73. Trongsa Tsechu festival
  74. Chendebji Chhorten
  75. Ta Dzong
  76. Bumthang Dzongkhag
  77. Wangdichholing Dzong
  78. Membar Tsho
  79. Peling Sermon Chhorten, Palrithang
  80. Ura new Lhakhang
  81. Mongar Dzongkhag
  82. Mongar Dzong
  83. Trashiyangtsi Dzongkhag
  84. Trashiyangtsi dzong
  85. Trashigang Dzongkhag
  86. Trashigang Tsechu festival
  87. Zangtogpelri Lhakhang, Kanglung
  88. Kanglung Lhakhang
  89. Khaling Lhakhang
  90. Radhi Lhakhang