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Zhemgang was once called Kheng along with fragments of neighbouring town Mongar. The territory was absorbed into Bhutan in the 17th century. Panbang, south of Zhemgang is known for its bamboo works. At Nabji, two days’ walk from Zhemgang, a stone pillar stands as a symbol of the dispute settled between Sindhu Raja and Naochhe by Guru Rinpoche.

Zhemgang on Bhutan Map

Zhemgang on Bhutan Map

Attractions in Zhemgang

The Royal Manas Trek

Golden Langur

The Royal Manas National Park is the fourth largest national park in Bhutan and covers the three districts of Sarpang, Zhemgang and Pemagatsel. The park area begins from the plains of Manas River in the Bhramaputra basin.  It is the one of the … View details