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Duenmang Tsachu

Duenmang Tsachu is one of the very important destinations for local visitors from across the country. This Tsachu (hot spring) has become natural assets for people of Duenmang and Gomphu villages since its official recognition in 1972. With increasing number of visitors, the infrastructure has gradually improved with funding support from different agencies like Dzongkhag Administration, Zhemgang, Royal Manas National Park and Tarayana Foundation. Presently, in Duenmang Tsachu, there are four soaking ponds and two two-storey guesthouses. 

 

Therapeutic Values

Duenmang Tsachu is well known for curing joint pains, sinusitis, skin diseases, headaches and tuberculosis.

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