The little settlement of Sarpang is located in Bhutan. You may argue that it is even more miniature than any other town in Bhutan.
Sarpang Dzong: Even anything so straightforward is worthwhile. It might not even come close to competing with the other significant dzongs in Thimphu, Paro, and Trongsa, though. The finest thing to see, though, could be its modest construction, which resembles other Dzongs. As you learn about the Sarpang Dzong’s history, you will be enthralled.
Gelephu Tsha Chu: The Tshachu offspring, a popular tourist destination for both local and foreign visitors, was formally inaugurated by the Gelephu dzongkhag administration in 1962. Four well-like structures that collect and preserve the hot spring allow guests to have a warm, comforting bath in the shadow of the Himalayas. A restorative soak in these enchanted waters will not only leave you with a healthy body that is strong in mind and soul, but also with skin that is lovely and radiant, just like the fair maidens’!
You may also be interested in visiting: Sarpang Town, Gelephu Domestic Airpor and Zangdopelri Lhakhang.