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Trashiyangtse

Trashiyangtse became an independent Dzongkhag (district) from Trashigang in 1992. Before the advent of modernization, the road from Bumthang to Trashiyangtse was the main trade road connecting western and eastern Bhutan. The route further led towards India and eastern Tibet. Trashiyangtse is popular for wooden container (lacquer) production as well as being the winter habitat of the endangered black necked cranes. Chorten Kora and Gomphu Kora are popular destinations.


  • Chorten Kora
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    Chorten Kora is one of the largest chorten (stupa) in Bhutan. Chorten Kora was built in the 18th cen...

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  • Gomphu Kora
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    Gomphu Kora is a monastery located along the western side of Kulong Chu (River). Guru Rimpoche is sa...

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  • Bomdeling
    Bumdeling

    Bomdeling is a wetland located to the north of Chorten Kora. It is the winter habitat of the endange...

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  • Zorig Chusum

    Trashiyangtse is famous for the production of wooden containers(lacquer) referred to as ‘Phob’ a...

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