spinner
Plan Your Trip

Trashigang Tshechu

Held within the confines of Bhutan’s largest district in Trashigang Dzong (Fortress), the three day Tsechu is observed during the 7th to 11th days of the tenth month of the Bhutanese calendar (December).

The unfurling of the Thongdrel (Liberation at Sight) of Neten Chudrug (Sixteen Arhats) on the 10th day is one of the highlights of the festival. The Thongdrol of Guru Tshengyed is also displayed on the last day.

Hundreds of people from the neighboring districts of Trashiyangtse, and Mongaar join in the festival.

Venue: Trashigang Dzong (Fortress) grounds
Visiting places: Western, Central and Eastern Bhutan
Entry: Paro
Exit: Guwahati, Assam, India.

One can enter and exit from either Guwahati or Paro. If you enter from Paro, you will travel from the west to the east and leave from Guwahati. It will be the reverse if you enter from Guwahati. One can also decide to enter from Guwahati, watch the Tsechu and exit from Guwahati.


Discover the Difference