Phuentsholing is a town in Bhutan which shares its border with the Indian town of Jaigaon. The place became popular due to the assassination of its Prime minister in this region in the year 1964. It is one of the major places where trade happens in Bhutan and you can also spot various headquarters of banks and companies.
Highlights: You can visit the Indian-Bhutan border in this town and witness two starkly different cultures across the border. Towns such as Jaigaon and Siliguri in India are easily accessible from the city. Shopping is one of the major activities that tourists indulge in as it is home to cross border goods from India and they are available at very low prices.
Location: Phuentsholing is located at Chukha District in Bhutan.
Timings: The place is open for visiting all throughout the year.
Pricing: There is no cost for anyone visiting the town. "