Today it is possible to do walking tour around the Jakar.
After breakfast: Visit Jakar Dzong, according to the legend the site was initially founded in 1549 by the group of lamas when they were looking for the site to built the monastery, they saw big white birds hovering in the air and perched on a spur on the hill. This was interpreted as a good omen, and the hill was chosen for a monastery. Later on in 1667 Chogyal Minjur Tempa, the official sent by the Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyel to unify central and eastern part of Bhutan built the dzong over the monastery and named as Jakar Dzong (castle of white bird)
Jambay Lhakhang, it is one of the two oldest monastery built in Bhutan dated back to 7th century, it is believed in 7th century there was Tibetan king called Songtsen Gampo, he built 108 monasteries of the different parts of demon body to pin her to the earth forever. Jambay lhakhang is believed to build on the left knee of the demon.Kurjey Lhakhang: This lhakhang is named after the body print left by the Guru Rimpoche on the rock, Guru Rimpoche is the master who introduced Buddhism in Bhutan, because of this significant the monastery was built in 1652 by the Minjur Tempa the same person who built the Jakar dzong built the monastery over the rock where Guru Rimpoche left his body print.
Visit Tamshing Lhakhang the monastery from the 15th century, built by Pema Lingpa, spiritual son of Guru Rimpoche who revealed the treasures hidden by Guru. In this monastery you’ll some of the oldest wall painting in Bhutan