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Not just a town - a Retreat
The Paro valley extends from the confluence of the two rivers Paro Chhu and the Wang Chhu at Chuzom in the south to Mt. Jhomolhari in the north. It is a lovely, wide green valley dotted with terraced paddy and wheat fields, sparkling streams and picturesque hamlets with whitewashed houses. Paro is the second most important town in Bhutan and a significant tourist destination.
Willow trees and apple orchards line the winding roads connecting Paro with other important destinations. The valley also boasts numerous monasteries, temples and dzongs, and many of them date back to the 14th century.
The only international airport in Bhutan is also located at Paro, catering to the regular influx of visitors from around the world. Paro Airport connects with major Indian airports, including New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bagdogra and Guwahati, and it also connects with Bangkok, Singapore, Dhaka and Kathmandu. Paro can be easily reached by road via the Jaigaon-Phuentsholing border of India.






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