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About Nightlife Guide in Paro

Bhutan is a small country nestled within the eastern Himalayas. The fact that the country is landlocked and does not have much to offer in terms of national produce and exports make tourism one of its major industries and each year hundreds of thousands of people visit this small country to find an offbeat retreat into the Himalayas away from the usually crowded places. Paro has the only International airport in Bhutan and as such is the gateway to Bhutan for International tourists. The influx of foreign tourists has led to the city of Paro adapting to the western culture and providing similar venues to the visiting tourists. This shift in culture has created a vibrant nightlife in Paro which is unique to the city and has its own identity.

Here are the nightlife opportunities one can find in Paro, Bhutan

1. Club K

Located at Paro Tshongdue, Club K is one of the must-visit places on your midnight bar hopping spree as you make your way from bar to bar. The club has free entry for women on Wednesday nights making the nightlife in Paro much livelier on Wednesdays. The owner is also the bouncer of this posh and hi-fi club to meet up with the sophisticated crowd amidst good food and drinks. Touted as the best nightclub in Paro, the party starts at 12 and lasts for around 2.5 hours and has an entry fee of around INR 300.

2. Millennium Club

Nightlife in Paro is incomplete without visiting the Millennium club and for a good reason. The Millennium club is a great place to mingle with the locals and have a chat. The ambience makes one comfortable, and the relatively cheap food and drinks along with a low entry fee of INR 200 make it a must visit spot for anyone wanting to enjoy the nightlife in Paro. Located in the Main town of Paro, the club is open only on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. One can also enjoy performances from local bands and traditional Bhutanese dance performances.

3. Restaurant cum bars

One can also head to the restaurants with attached bars for a quiet night out in Paro. These restaurants provide good food, music and drinks and is the place where the locals gather for a drink. This aspect of nightlife in Paro is quiet, and one can simply talk to locals and befriend them as they recount their life stories for you.

4. Uma Paro Bar

Known for its ‘Kahlua’ espresso, the Uma Paro bar is another place that lights up the nightlife in Paro. The bar has great drinks and offers Baileys and Tequila along with a range of Shambhala detoxifying snacks. The friendly staffs create a relaxed environment and provide a great place to wind down and relieve the stress. The bar is frequented by both tourists and locals and alike and finding people to talk to is not that much of a difficult task.

These are some of the picks for your night out while in Paro, Bhutan.


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Yes, there are roadways to Paro from India via Phuentsholing border. There are buses and cabs from the border area that drop passengers to Paro.

One can visit all the other monasteries like Rinpung Dzong, Dungtse Lhakhang and the National Museum. In activities, there are trekking and biking routes to explore the wilderness of Bhutanese Himalayas.

Paro has the sole international airport of the country, as well as the significant monastery of Taktsang. Together, these two make Paro very important in Bhutan tourism.

The Bhutanese Ngultrum (Nu) is the official currency of Paro and rest of Bhutan. However, Indian rupee notes and coins other than the newest 500 and 2000 rupee notes are not accepted.

The springtime from March to May and the autumn season from September to November are the best seasons to visit Paro.

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