Attend Tradditional Wangdue Phodrang Festival in the autumn
The Wangdue Phodrang Festival is celebrated annually in the eponymous district, which is observed for three days in the autumn season. The festival happens in the dzong (Bhutan-style house as a fort-monastery) of the district and many people from other parts of the country come and play together during the festive days. The festival is widely-known for a very unique traditional Bhutanese dances named Raksha Mangcham or the Dance of the Ox. Many other kinds of mask dances are staged in the Wangdue Phodrang as well. The images of Bhutanese wearing colorful costumes and masks, performing their traditional dances in the special medley of instruments and folk music have created a mesmerizing and magical spectacle that deserves to be an unforgettable travel experience of anyone when in the mystical country. The Wangdue Phodrang Festival offers a great occasion for culture enthusiasts to dive into the authentic ambiance of Bhutan traditions.