Trashi Yangtse

Trashi Yangtse Valley

Established as a district in 1992, Trashi Yangtse is one of the newest dzongkhags in the country. Trashi Yangtse knows no limits when it comes to diversity in people and its culture. The inhibitants of the place are Yangtseps, the regions indigenous dwellers, Tshanglas, Bramis from Tawang, Khengpas from Zhemgang and Kurtoeps from Lhuentse. The place has one of the most unique mixes of culture and lifestyles.
The region has three major spoken languages, which are Dzala Kha, Tshangla (Sharchopkha) and Chhochangachha.
People here are amazing at farming, woodwork, weaving and paper making. The traditional bowls made here are valued throughout the country. 
Trashi Yangtse also serves as the home to the protected areas in the country. These include: 

Kulong Chhu Wildlife Sanctuary

Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary.

Here are some of things you shouldn’t miss out in Trashi Yangtse

Modelled after Boudhnath stupa in Nepal, Chorten Kora is a large stupa next to Kulong Chhu River near Trashi Yangtse main town. Constructed by Lama Ngawang Loday, it is said that Chorten Kora took 12 long years to be built. It is said that the Lama built Chorten Kora with three intentions:
In the memory of his late uncle 
To subdue demons and event spirits 
For people who could not go to Nepal to see Budhnath stupa

Here are the names of some of the historical religious sites:

Rigsum Goenpa

Dechenphodrang ney

Omma ney (the Taktshang of East Bhutan)

Gongza ney

Gom Kora

Trashi Yangtse also gives you a place called Bumdeling to the north which is the home to wintering black-necked cranes and to Ludlow’s Bhutan Glory, the national butterfly of Bhutan.