Marks the beginning of Eastern Bhutan, and travel towards Monggar is one of the most beautiful drives across the Himalayas. Being the second largest town of eastern Bhutan, it is located on the side of a hill in the sub-tropical East.

Monggar Dzong
Built-in 1930’s is one of Bhutan’s newest Dzong and a visit to the Dzong provides an impression of how traditional Bhutanese architecture has continued through the centuries.

Yakgang Lhakhang
Was founded in the 16thcentury by lam Sangdag, the youngest son of Terton Pema Lingpa. The monastery is considered one of the most sacred monasteries in the region, which is a privately owned monastery.

Drametse Lhakhang
Located 18 km out of Monggar and Trashigang highway was founded in 1511 by Ani Choeten Zangmo.
The monastery is known for the origin of the Drametse Nga Cham (mask dance of the drums of Drametse).