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Eastern Bhutan


Traditionally known as Kurtoed, makes the country very different from the modern world unlike the western part with lot of untouched cultural heritage and natural environment. Terrain landscape with lot of small settlements is inaccessible by road, and folks there have to get on foot with their farm products on their back. This is the most densely populated region in the country with least development.

Northeastern region called Merak and Sakten living on Yaks have unique culture, very different from western Bhutan. These nomads travel to south in winter with their sheep, especially in Trashigang still black Yak-hair hats hanging down their head.

Mongar
Mongar

(El. 1700m) an impressive town on a hill top is one the fastest growing towns in the east comprising Kurichu Hydro Power...

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Lhuentse
Lhuentse

(El. 5590ft) the Royal Family of Bhutan was started from Lhuntse, dating back to the 16th century when the great relic discoverer’s...

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Trashigang
Trashigang

(El. 1120m) Trashigang with little bars, restaurant and few hotels and massive Dzong or fortress on a hilltop is one of the...

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Tashiyangtse
Tashiyangtse

(El. 1850m) is famous for Chorten Kora, a Nepalese designed stupa and its festival in mid March. The design was carved on...

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Samdrup Jongkhar
Samdrup Jongkhar

(El. 260m) this small town bordering to Indian plain of Assam used to serve as eastern Bhutan before being entry and exit...

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