Mumbai Paro Flights

From India to the world, from world to India or even from one place in India to another – there are many routes, many roads to be travelled. One of the busiest routes is the Mumbai to Paro. The easiest way to get to Mumbai to Paro or Paro to Mumbai is via flights. There are many airlines that offers cheap international flight booking between Mumbai and Paro. The schedule of flights operating on the route between Mumbai and Paro helps you in booking the best possible date for your journey. Booking cheap flight tickets between Mumbai and Paro has never been easier than it is now with great offers from MakeMyTrip. less
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About Mumbai (BOM)

The commercial and entertainment capital of India, Mumbai, a cosmopolitan metropolis, formerly known as Bombay, is the capital city of Maharashtra. It is one of the most populated city in India and the fourth most populous city in the world. It lies on the west coast of India and has a deep natural harbour. Seven islands constitute Mumbai and were home to communities of fishing colonies. The city is symbolized with the presence of Bollywood, the centre of Film and TV Industries which has its viewers all around the globe. It is also a place for India's largest slum population. The city has been considered as a true culture melting pot because of the immigrants from the rest of the India. The city is quite liberal in comparison with the rest of the country. It is the financial and commercial capital of the country and serves as an economic hub of India. Most of the large businesses have corporate offices in this city. Public transport in Mumbai includes suburban railways, BEST buses, yellow-black taxis, auto rickshaws and ferries. There are a lot of places to visit in Mumbai such as the famous Marine Drive and the area is a home to many big organisations. The famous Taj Mahal hotel is located opposite to the Gateway of India. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya formerly known as Prince of Wales Museum and National Gallery of Modern Art are some of the most famous museums and art galleries in India located in this cosmopolitan city. Girgaon Chowpathy in South Mumbai, Juhu beach in western suburbs, and Aksa beach in Malad are some of the most popular beaches in the world and people from different parts come to visit and enjoy in this place. Mumbai is a place for shoppers because of its wide street markets, the hustle of vendors and the madness of crowds. Chor Bazar, Fashion Street, Colaba Causeway, Zaveri Bazar are some of the very popular markets among shoppers. Haji Ali Dargah, Siddhivinayak temple, ISKCON temple are some of the religious places that are visited. The dining experience is more or less the same as anywhere else in the world. Since Mumbai is the most liberal city in the entire India, you will find pubs and restaurants at every corner of the city. You can easily visit this place by booking tickets of flight or of train through MakeMyTrip.com. The website offers you a host of facilities such as hotel deals, flight deals and holiday packages. The website also offers you the best of hotels to make your travel trouble-free.

About Paro (PBH)

Paro is a famous town and seat of Paro District in the Paro Valley of Bhutan. This beautiful valley of Paro covers within itself as a rich culture, breathtaking beauty and hundreds of myths and legends. This beautiful city is a home to many of Bhutan's oldest and ancient temples and monasteries, national museums and so on that makes it a perfect tourist destination. Paro is a home to Bhutan's only international airport. This beautiful city is the most historic valleys in Bhutan which is famous for its goods and invading Tibetans that came over the pass at the head of the valley. Paro is surrounded by Tibet to the north, Haa dzongkhag to the west side, Thimphu to the eastern side and Chukha dzongkhag to the south. Paro consists of ten gewogs or counties or blocks inlcuding Doga Gewog, Dopshari Gewog, Doteng Gewog, Hungrel Gewog, Lamgong Gewog, Lungnyi Gewog, Naja Gewog, Shapa Gewog, Tsento Gewog and Wangchang Gewo. There are number of cultural sites in Paro which include Farm House (traditional village house), Dungtse Lhakhang, Jangsarbu Lhakhang, Kyichu Lhakhang, Drukgyel Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, also known as Paro Dzong,The National Museum of Bhutan and so on. People who are planning to visit this place must explore its cultural sites. Taktshang Lhakhang (Tiger's Nest) is the major tourist site of Paro. It is one of the famous Bhutan's monasteries. As per the legends, it is believed that Guru Rinpoche arrived here at the monastery on the back of a tigress and meditated here for long period of time and hence it is known as “Tiger's Nest”. So, don't dare to miss it, must visit this monastery as it is the main sightseeing for travellers. MakeMyTrip.com is a leading online travel portal where one can get detailed information about the city and its major attractions. You can also book your air tickets online. It is quite easy to do so as you just need to follow few simple steps. Here, you will get huge discounts and offers from which one can plan for a budget friendly trip with family and friends.