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A journey to the memory of old days nature!!!

Its interesting this century also this much greenish fields with traditional cultivation technique... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2018
AntonyS186
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Small but beautiful temple, just 2 min walk from the main market

Just 2 mins walk from the bridge across the river, amidst the beautiful paddy fields this temple... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2018
ShubhamS1481
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Reviewed 10 September 2018

Its interesting this century also this much greenish fields with traditional cultivation technique following villagers ...mind blowing effect.

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Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile

Just 2 mins walk from the bridge across the river, amidst the beautiful paddy fields this temple offers a simple but beautiful experience of a Buddhist temple. Definitely worth an hours visit!

Thank ShubhamS1481
Reviewed 26 July 2018

A small and significant Temple that requires special permit to visit. There are three floors inside the Temple, visitors need to be careful, as there is not much lighting inside. At present, it undergoes renovation; but still good to visit.

Thank petersjsim
Reviewed 4 July 2018

It is a great temple to visit. However, when i visit it last month, it was under renovation. Seems that they would take time for the renovation to complete. Maybe i wouldn't suggest it on the itinerary for 2018.

Thank bhutanlhayul
Reviewed 31 May 2018

This temple has cone in shape and is never found in any other places. Mashasida Thangthong Gyelpo had built this temple to tame the harmful naga devils spread in Himalayas. The inner paintings have very powerful images of wrathful buddhas.

Thank Mindu W
Reviewed 4 November 2017

This is a very small, out of the way temple in Paro. It is hundreds of years old and holds amazing wall frescoes & murals. The inside is almost without lighting; use your phone flashlight to see the paintings. The building and grounds are in...More

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Reviewed 30 October 2017

poorly visited / probably better/ but very emotional and spiritual, small place with no particular history, but very, very authentic and extremely modest..

Thank Dimitar G
Reviewed 27 October 2017

Very unique and dark. It's privately "owned" so you have to ask to be let in. Inside it's small and quite dark. All three of us had our phone lights going. There is one stone pillar with paintings going through all three stories and with...More

Thank Kathleen582013
Reviewed 28 June 2017

This temple was built by a great Buddhist Saint called ThangTong Gyalpo several hundred years ago. The structure of the temple is actually a stupa and you can see the walls of the stupa once you enter the inner space of the temple through a...More

Thank Wei Bing L
Reviewed 31 March 2017

This is dark from inside and you are supposed to carry a torch light because it has some very different wall paintings and frescoes.there are yoga asan poses and mudras of hand and Buddha and other deities in different body postures, nude women paintings. we...More

Thank Dishaa S
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