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Zhemgang: It falls in the Central South region of Bhutan and is also one of the least developed districts. Being the least developed, most of the area is covered with thick vegetation and with its temperate climate supports a lot of varieties of flora and fauna. The famous Manas National Park, is also in Zhemgang district. The region is famous for their bamboo products.
Zhemgang Dzong: This Dzong was built in 1655 on a site where Lam Zhang Dorji Drakpa had erected a hermitage in the 12th century. The one storied Dzong was to mark the unification of Khenrig Namsum or the three regions of Kheng; upper, middle and lower. The Dzong, under the command of the 3rd King, was renovated and renamed as Druk Dechen Yangtse Dzong in 1963
Tingtibi: It’s a narrow valley about 30kms away from Zhemgang and is a must visit for birders. The temperate climate and thick untouched vegetation makes it an ideal place to go bird watching.
Panbang: It is located about 80kms away from Panbang after taking a diversion from Tingtibi along Trongsa – Zhemgang – Gelephu highway. It is a very small and rustic town and being right on the borders of Manas National Park is surrounded by thick vegetation.
Royal Manas National Park: Manas National Park is connected to Indian Manas Tiger Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage site. A special Park permit is required to enter one of the most diverse protected areas in the country since it covers areas from the plains to the Himalayan foothills to the lower Himalayan ranges. A lot of activities like camping, rafting, catch-and-release fishing, elephant safari and bird watching can be done.
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