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- Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan since 1961 and largest city of Bhutan. It is also the most modern city in Bhutan with restaurants, nightclubs and shopping centres, but at the same time retains its traditional and cultural identity in spite of modernization. It is however, the only capital city in the world which doesn’t use traffic lights and instead has policemen in small pavilions directing traffic. The city is home to about 100,000 people, including the royal family and is situated in the western central part of Bhutan. It is the main centre of commerce, religion and government in the country. Major attractions in the city include the Tashichho Dzong, the Buddha Dordenma Statue, the Jungshi Paper Factory,the Folk Heritage Museum and National Memorial Chorten.
- This was the capital city of Bhutan up until 1955. It is now the administrative centre of Punakha dzongkhag, which is linked with many momentous occasions in the history of Bhutan. It is located at an elevation of 1200 metres above sea level and its climate is warmer as compared to Thimphu. Two major rivers in Bhutan- the Pho Chhu and Mo Chhu converge in the Punakha valley. Punakha Dzong is built on the confluence of these two rivers. This city is known for housing the preserved remains of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, who was the unifier of Bhutan.
- This city has the headquarters of Bank of Bhutan and is a place where Indians and Bhutanese do business. It adjoins the Indian town of Jaigaon, and this border separates two very distinct people and culture. It is the second largest town in Bhutan and is the administrative seat of the Chukha district.
- This is the oldest town in Bhutan and is located at the south eastern part of Bhutan, bordering with the Indian state of Assam. It is the gateway to eastern Bhutan and is the largest urban centre in the east of Bhutan. The city provides a mix of Indian, Bhutanese and continental cuisine and has several good hotels. The city serves as an entry point for tourists and businessman entering eastern Bhutan. In the past, it was the main trading centre for the people of Bhutan. The Samdrup Jongkhar Dzong is the administrative centre of the district.