Drukgyel Dzong Travel Guide
Explore the ruins of Drukgyel Dzong
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Best time to visit
May - Nov
Tips for Drukgyel Dzong
- While on the way up, there will be no places to halt for rest. So embark on the hike only if you are up for it
- The nearest restaurants are all at least 4 km away – so carry water and dry snacks in the backpack
- Try out one of the nearby restaurants for refreshments when you get back. Brioche Café and Taktsang Café are the famous ones.
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Drukgyel Dzong was originally constructed as a line of defence against the Tibetan armies. For this reason, its walls, towers and other constructions resemble that of a fortress to withhold attacks and sieges.
Because of the burden of time and the fire in 1951, Drukgyel Dzong has suffered considerable damage, and the government is carrying out reconstruction projects inside. For this reason, the place is closed for a while, but a visit to the premises is very much worth the trip. The trek up to the monastery is beautiful too.
No, entry to Drukgyel Dzong is free of cost to the public.
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