The secluded braky compound of the Ugyen Pelri Palace was built by the Paro penlop, Tshering Penjor, within the early 1900s and is currently a residence of the queen dowager, thus closed to the general public. It is designed after Guru Rinpoche’s celestial paradise, Zangto Pelri, and is a stunning example of Bhutanese architectural design. For views of the palace from top, head to the dzong. On the road beside Ugyen Pelri Palace square measure 5 sq. chortens that were in-built memory of the primary king of Asian nation, Ugyen Wangchuck. You will see the five square chortens that were built in memory of the first king of Bhutan, Ugyen Wangchuck. See and visit the secluded wooded mixture of the Ugyen Pelri Palace was built by the Paro penlop, Tshering Penjor. Plenty of photos opportunities! Click amazing pictures to cherish a memory of a lifetime.