It is one of the oldest temples in Thimphu valley that dates back to the 15th century by descendent of Phajo Drukgom Zhipo, the founder of Drukpa school in Bhutan. It was restored in 1998 and completed in 1999.

You will see a lot of locals with a newborn baby in this temple, as its belief the diety of birth of Thimphu valley resides here, so people bring here for the blessing.

From here we do have a good view of Thimphu valley. And also we can hike towards Kuenselphodrang (Buddha Point) from this place which takes 2 to 2 hours. 

Open: Every day from 09:00 to 17:00

Lunch Break: Every day from 1300-14:00

Dress Code: Need Formal Dress, long pants

Entry Fee: Regional Tourists from India, Maldives, and Bangladesh have to buy entry tickets but other nationalities don't have to buy entry tickets but have to show visa clearance copy.

Photography:Photography is allowed till courtyard.

The main figure here is the God of Compassion (Avalokiteshvara). And also you will see the paintings of Tsangpa Garey the founder of Drukpa school in Tibet.

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