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Average Climate:
Summer: 14.5°C – 0.6°C
Monsoon: 23°C – 1.4°C
Post monsoon: 20°C – 22°C
Winter: 13°C – -1.7°C
Best time to visit:
March - May

About Paro

Paro charming small town lies on the banks of the Paro chhu and a short distance northwest of dzong. The Paro is a historic town with a many sacred site and historical buildings through the area. The paro valley is without doubt one of the loveliest in Bhutan. Willow trees and apple orchards line many of the roads, white washed farmhouse and temples complements the green terraced fields and forested hills rise on either side to create a beautiful, organic and peaceful whole. The road from Chhuzom and the airport enters the town from the south, and then makes a left turn at a T- junction into the main street near the archery practice field. The new street, only built in 1985, is lined with colorfully painted wooden shop fronts and restaurants. Paro is one of the nicest Bhutanese towns to explore and is worth an hour or two’s stroll at the end of a day of sightseeing.

Tourist Attractions

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National museums

s At the top of the hill above paro dzong is an old watchtower that was renovated in 1968 to house the national museum. The unusual round building is said to be in the shape of a conch shell, the museum is a, as well as a tourist, attraction and is managed by the special commission for cultural affairs, which has recently rearranged its exhibitions with help from UNESCO and other sources. There are six floors of galleries, each with a special emphasis. Among the exhibits are a spectacular collection of Thangkas , both ancient and recent of particular importance are Thangkas depicting shabdrubg ngawang namgyal, the first je khempo and the first Druk desi.

Dumtse Lhakhangs

Ugyen Pelri Palaces