Indian travellers headed further into Bhutan who are travelling with a PAN card, drivers license or Aadhaar card (ie without a passport) will need to come to this office to get an identification slip. This slip need…
Indian nationals will need to get their entry permit here (not at the main Bhutan Gate check-post like other foreigners) and will need to present a passport or border card, a passport photo and a photocopy of the pa…
Citizens of SAARC countries need to buy a Taktshang Goemba entry ticket at a counter here by the parking lot. Foreign tourists don't need a ticket.
Your best bet for changing foreign currency; has an ATM accepting Visa, MasterCard and Cirrus cards.
Exchanges small amounts of cash (US dollars and euros) if you need to change outside of bank hours.
The main Bhutan Gate is open to vehicles from 6am to 9pm, but pedestrians can cross until 10pm.
A 50-bed hospital equipped with a modern lab, operating theatres and a casualty department.
Foreign travellers will need to stop here to get an Indian entry or exit stamp.
Changes cash and has an ATM. It's in Bajo, 3km north of Wangdue Phodrang.
On a hill to the west of town; it accepts foreigners in an emergency.