Druk Executives


The journey from Bumthang to Mongar is one of the most beautiful in the Himalayas crossing 3,800 m high Thrunsingla pass. Mongar marks the beginning of eastern Bhutan. The second largest town in the subtropical east, Mongar, like Trashigang further east, is situated on the side of a hill in contrasts to other towns of western Bhutan which are built on the valley floor. Mongar is notably famed for its weavers and special textiles and fabrics.



It is a small town in the eastern Bhutan but is often used as a commercial hub, as is often frequented by the people in the east and the hilly people from Merak, Sakteng, Radhi. It serves as a mid point of junction with road connecting to Samdrup Jongkhar to the South of Bhutan and then connecting to the Indian state of Assam.


Trashi Yangtse

Trashi Yangtse is new town which was previously under Tashigang District until 1992. This town was a gateway between Tibet and the neighboring Indian States, via Arunachal Pradesh. Trashi Yangtse, is one place in the east which has some of the sacred places visited by Guru Padmasambhava. This place is known for it’s famous wooden bowls and containers.

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