Trashigang serves as the region's primary administrative, religious, and tourism hub. Here is a list of the top attractions in Trashigang, Bhutan that every traveler should see.
Merak and Sakteng Village: One of the popular tourist destinations in Trashigang is the serene Merak Valley, often known as the “country of broken people” in Bhutan. It is located in a steep terrain at a height of around 3000 meters. Nomadic people are thought to make up the majority of the population in this area. People in this area have lived essentially the same way for hundreds of years.
Rangjung Woesel Choeling Monastery – Dungse Garab Dorje Rinpoche established Rangjung Monastery in 1989. The primary goal of founding the monastery was to create a welcoming environment for the study of the Buddha’s dharma as it is presented in the Dudjom New Treasure Lineage and to conduct dharma activities for the benefit of the local Buddhist population.
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