Trashiyangtse

Trashiyangtse borders with Trashigang. The district has numerous cultural products and very unique natural products that most other dzongkhag do not possess.

It is the only place in the country that provides habitats for the Ludlow’s butterfly and also the winter retreat of the endangered black necked cranes. The district is also well known for art and craft. The main potential is on handicraft product, biodiversity and culture.

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The 2nd SHINE Calendar is here!

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EU Dinner Program

A parliamentary delegation composed of four Members of the European Parliament (led by Vice-President Ms Evelyn Regner, with Ms Ulrike…

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Second Trial Run for Regional Food Program

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Regional Food Program

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Experts’ Review workshop on Tourism Attractions

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