Trashigang is a district located in eastern Bhutan. It is the largest district in Bhutan with an area of 3,781 square kilometers, and it is also one of the most populous districts in the country. Trashigang district is bordered by Samdrup Jongkhar district to the south, Pemagatshel district to the southwest, Mongar district to the west, and the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh to the north and east.

The district is known for its stunning natural beauty, with high peaks, deep valleys, and rushing rivers. It is also a center of Bhutanese culture, with many important historical and religious sites. The Trashigang Dzong, a fortress and monastery that dates back to the 17th century, is one of the most famous landmarks in the district. Other notable attractions include the Chorten Kora, a stupa that is said to be a replica of the famous Boudhanath stupa in Nepal, and the Gom Kora temple, which is built around a rock that is said to contain the imprint of the Guru Rinpoche’s body.

Agriculture is the main economic activity in the district, with crops such as rice, maize, and millet being grown in the fertile valleys. The district is also known for its handicrafts, including weaving and woodcarving.