Travelling to Bhutan by air and road is one of the most suitable options as there is no railway station in Bhutan. However, tourists can travel to Hasimara Railway Station by train which is the nearest station situated at a distance of 18 km from the city of Phuentsholing, Bhutan.

By Air

Paro International Airport is Bhutan's only international airport, with service from Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines. It connects major cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Bangkok, and Kathmandu.

By Land

Entering Bhutan overland from India is a breeze via the primary entry point in Phuentsholing, situated right on the Indo-Bhutan border. Jaigaon in India is the corresponding town, making it easily accessible for travelers to explore the country.

By Road

Accessing Bhutan is quite convenient via the border town of Phuentsholing, which can be easily reached by road. Travelers can opt for buses or taxis to commute within the country, making their travel experience hassle-free.

By Train

Although there are no direct train services available, travellers can reach Phuentsholing by taking a train to either Hasimara or New Alipurduar in India, and then proceeding to their destination via road.

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