After breakfast, visit the National Memorial Chorten with its brilliant spines shining in the sun, its tinkling chimes worked out of appreciation for the third King of Bhutan, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. Also pay a visit to the Institute of Traditional Medicine, where old healing arts, for example, acupuncture and herbal cures are as yet practiced. Likewise visit the Folk Heritage Museum, devoted to the Bhutanese rustic past with its display of things and antiquities utilized in provincial family units, the Textile Museum, where the craft of customary weaving is as yet kept alive and safeguarded through the show and has a decent assortment of old materials wealthy in its tone and plan. The Buddha Dordenma is one of the greatest sculptures and Motithang Mini-Zoo (home of the odd Takin, the national animal). The Weekly Outdoor Market where organic products and vegetables, rice, grains, chilies, and other new nourishments are sold. The jam-packed slows down offer numerous vivid neighborhood things, for example, yak tail dusters, margarine tea cups, turquoise from Nepal and Tibet, and instruments. In the evening, drive back to Paro. Overnight at the Hotel.