Travel to Trashigang, a remote town nestled within the picturesque countryside of remote northeastern Bhutan. Located on the steep hillslopes of Drangme Chhu valley, enjoy panoramic vistas of the lush wooded landscapes. A compact town with lively local bars and bakeries, Trashigang serves as an ideal base to embark on multi-day treks across the tranquil mountainous region of Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary. The historic and political Trashigang Dzong is the landmark attraction of the district and hosts the annual Tshechu festival. Bhutan’s prestigious Sherubtse College is also located here. Nearby, there’s Radhi village, considered to be the region’s rice bowl, and is renowned for the production of fine raw silk fabrics using traditional looms. Expect to immerse yourself in the distinct cultures of this ethnically diverse district. Trashigang is home to a few tribes of semi-nomadic aboriginals including Brokpas and Sharchops, along with Merak and Sakteng communities.
Druk Deothjung Resort is a charming accommodation set within a former government guesthouse just outside Trashigang town, in a remote region of eastern Bhutan. Perched on a lush hillside overlooking the Drangme Chhu valley, enjoy stunning mountain panoramas highlighted by the historic Trashigang Dzong.