Mongar Dzongkhag is 450 km east of Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan. It lies between 27.25˚ latitude and 91.2˚ longitude. It has an area of about 1,940.26 sq.km with elevation ranging from 400-4000 meters above sea level. The lower and southern parts are sub tropical while northern and higher regions have temperate climatic conditions. Summer can be hot and humid and winter cold.
The Mongar Dzong was established in 1930 to replace the original Shongar Dzong although the original...Read More
Drametse Lhakhang means the ‘peak without enemy’, is one of the largest and most important monas...Read More
This temple is located at about 20 minutes walk from Mongar towm. This privately owned temple was fo...Read More