In the morning, after breakfast, drive to Paro. Upon your arrival, check-in, freshen up and take a little rest. Later, get ready to enjoy a sightseeing tour in Paro and visit attractions such as:
Drukgyel Ruin Dzong- Situated in the upper regions of the Paro Valley, this interesting ruined Dzong was formerly a Buddhist monastery and a fortress. Ordered by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, this edifice was constructed by Tenzin Drukdra in 1649, in the memory of a victory over a Tibetan invasion. During the 1950s, a fire broke out, which led to the destruction of the fort.
Kyichu Lhakhang- The temple is popularly known as Kyichu Temple. This building was built by the Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo in 659. The temple is also said to be one of the 108 temples, which were constructed during the subduing of a demoness in the Himalayan region. Along with locals, the temple is also visited by revered saints such as Guru Rinpoche of the 8th century.
National Museum of Paro- Built-in 1968, the national museum of Paro is also known as a cultural museum. The museum was founded in a building, known as Ta-Dzong. Here, the visitors get to know about the massive collection of a varied specimen of Bhutanese paintings, statutes, art and much more.
Rinpung Dzong- This Drukpa Kagyu Buddhist monastery serves as a monastic home for a monk community and as a civil administrative center of Paro. This Dzong was built in 1644 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal as the representation of a united Bhutan.
Later, return to the hotel for dinner and an overnight stay in Paro.