5 Things to do Good for a Rainy Day in Paro That You Shouldn't Miss

May 22, 2022 Carley Gatson

Discover the best top things to do in Paro, Bhutan including Tshetob Ying Yum, 4 Approaches Tours & Adventures, Aaron Ace Bhutan Tours & Treks, National Museum, Chencho Handicrafts.
Restaurants in Paro

1. Tshetob Ying Yum

Karma Feed Building, Paro 12001 Bhutan +975 17 63 04 90 [email protected] http://www.parospa.com
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5.0 based on 47 reviews

Tshetob Ying Yum

Tshetob Ying Yum Spa and massage in Paro town is run by true professionals who not only were trained by people from various backgrounds globally but also gained years of experiences working in Bhutan’s luxury resorts. Please visit our center to feel better.

Reviewed By 393nitesha

She played nice relaxing bhutanese music. The pressure was just right and perfect. Experience matters a lot to create the perfect massage experience

2. 4 Approaches Tours & Adventures

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5.0 based on 13 reviews

4 Approaches Tours & Adventures

4 Approaches Tours & Adventures is registered tour agent under Tourism Council of Bhutan. We provide, Nature tour, Culture tour, Festival tour, Trekking and adventures to our Valued guests. We are experienced tour agent in Bhutan.

3. Aaron Ace Bhutan Tours & Treks

Excellent
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5.0 based on 9 reviews

Aaron Ace Bhutan Tours & Treks

Aaron ace Bhutan tours and treks is tour operator in Bhutan, licensed under Tourism Council of Bhutan. Most tourist visiting to the country has the aspect of having a very good experience so we are going to ensure that we live up to the expectation of every guest through our agent. We are passionate about the service that we are going to provide and built trust across the world.

4. National Museum

Tag-Dzong Rinpung Dzong, Paro 12001 Bhutan +975 (2) 29 138 http://www.nationalmuseum.gov.bt
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4.0 based on 723 reviews

National Museum

This former fortress was turned into a museum in 1968.

Reviewed By 869ramakrishnanr - Mumbai, India

This is another “must-see” when in Bhutan. The museum building was damaged in the shocks of the Nepal earthquake and is under renovation. The exhibits are temporarily moved to an adjacent building. You get to see the cultural & traditional history of Bhutan as well as its bio-diversity in one place. It is good that they do not permit and bags, cameras or photography inside.

5. Chencho Handicrafts

Town Centre, Paro 12001 Bhutan 271633
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4.0 based on 13 reviews

Chencho Handicrafts

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