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Trongsa means “new village” in Dzongkha and is situated in Central Bhutan. Its location offers a fine view of the Black Mountain Range. Farming is the main occupation and potato cultivation is the main source of cash income. 

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Place of Interest / Things to do
Trongsa Dzong

Also called “Fortress on tip of a conch,” it is the longest Dzong (a fortified building that incorporates both administrative and monastic institutions) in Bhutan. The Dzong has 25 lhakhangs (religious structures/temples), which house sacred images and religious treasures.

Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park

It is home for many endangered rare floras and fauna of the country and is the habitat for the wild langur, Himalayan bear, and a variety of deer. The park also protects a large area of virtually untouched ecosystem ranging from mixed conifer to broadleaf forest.

Read blog post: Third largest Protected Area in the Country

Kuenga Rabten Palace

This was the winter residence of the second king, His Majesty Jigme Wangchuck. It offers a good insight into the early days of Bhutanese monarchy.  Surrounding the palace are beautiful rice terraces and waterfalls.

Read blog post: Birthplace of the King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck

Ta-Dzong Museum

This state-of-the-art museum was once a watchtower. It highlights the history of the monarchy and showcases some rare and priceless artefacts of Bhutan. 

Read blog post: Watchtower of Trongsa

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