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Trashiyangtse

Trashiyangtse

Elevation: 2694m, 8838.58ft

Location: Eastern part of the country

Area: 1,438 sq. km

Distance from Paro: 547.7 km (15 hr 38 min)

Population: 17,300

One of the newest Dzongkhag (district) in the country, Trashiyangtse was established as a distinct district in 1992 and spans 1,437 sq. km of sub-tropical and alpine forests. Trashiyangtse is a rapidly growing town, the administrative and religious center for the people of Trashiyangtse. The district pushes up to the northeast Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh and elevations range from 1000m to 5000 m.

Trashiyangtse is a rapidly growing town and an administrative and religious center for the people of Trashiyangtse. It was carved out from the Trashigang district in 1992 as a separate district. The district pushes up to the northeast Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh and elevations range from 1000m to 5000 m. Situated in a small river valley, it is a lovely spot from which to take walks in the surrounding countryside. Trashiyangtse is famous for its wooden containers and bowls, which make inexpensive, attractive, and useful mementos for a visit to this remote region.

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Popular Attractions in Trashiyangtse

Lama Ngawang Loday built Chorten Kora in 1740 AD in memory of his late uncle, Jungshu Pesan and also to subdue a demon that lived

A pleasant walk of about three hours following the Kholong Chu River from Chorten Kora, Bumdeling is an annual migration place

The Rigsum Goenpa in Tashiyangtse is more than 300-year old. Regarded as one of the most sacred monuments in eastern Bhutan 

The Bumdeling Ramsar site hosts the winter roosting area of about 100 endangered species of black-necked cranes that forage in the paddy fields