Located on Bhutan’s South-Eastern region, Samdrup Jongkhar is a town follig in the district with the same name. It shared the borders with the Indian state of Assam This lush green mountain town is often addressed as the ‘salt route’. This place has historical significance and was a major trade centre of Bhutan. It was known for its silk production which was bartered for quality bamboos. Today, travelers can find a bit of every element from its history, including bamboo and silk products.
Best time to visit: March to August