The dzong is on a thin promontory overlooking the confluence of the Drangme Chhu and the Gamri Chhu. It was built in 1667 by Mingyur Tenpa, Bhutan's third desi. The entire eastern region was governed from this dzong…
This small shop beside the Druk Deothjung Hotel is your last place to load up on crafts such as traditional boots, painted masks and woven and embroidered textiles.
Inside the Druk Deothang Hotel; just follow your nose. Ask what has been baked today – it could be donuts, chocolate cake or cream horns. Bread is also available.
On the road to the dzong, this fascinating general store stocks a decent range of imported goodies from Pringles to Coffee Mate. The odd smell comes from the sacks of dried fish.
This large prayer wheel and the pedestal on which it spins in the centre of the tiny town square doubles as a meeting point, taxi shelter and vegetable market.