Trashi Yangtse tourist attractions. There are many sites to see or activities to try while in Trashi Yangtse
Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary – The Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary, which has a total size of 1,545 square kilometers and a buffer zone of 420 square kilometers that includes sections of the Trashi Yangtse, Lhuntshe, and Mongar districts, is situated in the northwest of Bhutan. Its northern and eastern international boundaries are shared with India and the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China. The sanctuary is home to almost 100 different animal species, including some critically endangered ones like the red panda, snow leopard, and Royal Bengal tiger.
National Institute for Zorig Chusum: The institute is essential to the development and preservation of Bhutan’s traditional arts and crafts. The phrase “Zorig Chusum” means “the thirteen arts and crafts.” Great Buddhist saints who contributed to the advancement of Buddhism invented several of these techniques. Travelers can recognize the substantial contribution that calligraphy, painting, sculpture, and masonry have made to the development of the distinctive cultural legacy that Bhutan is endowed with in any sacred Buddhist places around the nation.
You may also be interested in visiting: .Gom Kora , Gongza Ney , Ludlow’s Bhutan Swallowtail , Omba Ney, Pemaling Ney, Rigsum Goemba , Trashiyangtse Dzong.