Trashi Yangtse

Trashi Yangtse

 (Altitude: 1,830m/6003ft.)

Trashiyangtse is a rapidly growing  town and the administrative and religious center for the people of Trashiyangtse. It was carved out from Trashigang district in 1992 as a separate district. The district pushes up to into the north-east Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh and elevations range from 1000m to 5000 m. Situated in a small river valley, it is a lovely spot from which to take walks in the surrounding countryside.  Trashiyangtse is famous for its wooden containers and bowls, which make inexpensive, attractive and useful mementos of a visit to this remote region.

List of some popular attractions and sites of Trashiyangtse:

  • Dongdi Dzong
  • Chorten Kora
  • Institue of Zorig Chusum
  • Gom Kora