On the 2nd day of the tour, after you have breakfast, continue with the sightseeing of Thimpu including:
Simtokha Dzong- A relatively smaller Dzong, Simtokha Dzong was constructed in 1629 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. Also a Buddhist monastery in the old times, this Dzong is a prime landmark and a historical museum as well. This structure also consists of the Institute for Language and Cultural Studies.
Buddha View Point- Buddha View Point is one of the most amazing sites in the Thimpu city, offering an enchanting view of the Valley and its surroundings. This point is also home to a mega-size statue of Lord Buddha in a seated posture. Admire the lush scenery of nature, which is spread all around.
Bhutan Textile Museum- One who is interested in knowing about the national indigenous art of weaving of Bhutan, he must visit this museum. Also known as the National Textile Museum, it is also a place where you can have a view at hand-woven textiles, various traditional weaving techniques and the local attires of men and women.
Memorial Chorten- Thimphu Chorten or Memorial Chorten is built in the memory of the 3rd King of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck and is not only a popular attraction but is also a landmark of the city. Standing on the Doe boom Lam, this striking white-colored building consists of golden spires and bells.
Moti Thang Takin Preserve Center/Takin Mini Zoo- A crossbreed of a cow and a goat, Takin is the national animal of Bhutan. Since it is an endangered animal, you can have a look at it in the Takin Mini Zoo, which is also known as Moti Thang Takin Preserve Center. The Fourth King of Bhutan, Jigme Singye Wangchuck gave the orders for the establishment of this zoo.
In the evening, return to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay in Thimphu.