The excellence of National Museum of Paro, Bhutan.
The article speaks about the beauty of the National Museum of Paro in Bhutan which depicts the culture of Bhutan.
- Excellence of National Museum in Paro.
- Main gate.
- Built during regime of 3rd king of Bhutan.
- No photography.
- Rin Pong Tsong.
- Visitors should visit the Museum.
Excellence of National Museum in Paro.
The National Museum of Bhutan in Paro is a beautiful museum. It is one of the important tourist destinations of Bhutan.
There is main gate in front of the National Stadium. There is a parking space outside the main gate where vehicles are parked.
Built during regime of 3rd king of Bhutan.
The Museum was established in 1968, during the regime of King Jigme Dorjee Wangchuck, the third King of Bhutan.
The National Museum is situated within short distance from the Airport of Paro and city of Paro in Bhutan.
There are flowers of different colours all around the Museum. That creates a freshness in the minds of the visitors who come here.
Photography is not allowed within the Museum. Visitors are expected to keep their bags and cameras outside the museum.
Inside the museum, many types of masks are exhibited. They are associated with Bhutanese culture and are very colourful.
The museum is white in colour and bears the same structure as some of the temples and chortens in Bhutan.
There are beautiful flowers in the vicinity. They are planted, watered and well maintained around the museum.
The museum is situated at a hill. From there the entire city of Paro can be visible and it looks very beautiful.
Rin Pong Tsong.
One of the popular Tsongs in Paro, namely Rin Pong Tsong is also visible from the National Museum in Paro.
The walls are steep. They are created in such a way that rain water or snow can slide down and fall in the drains created around the museum.
Visitors should visit the Museum.
Visitors should the National Museum in Paro, if they come to visit Bhutan. It contains the history of the state.