Trashiyangtse is a small town in eastern Bhutan known for its traditional handicrafts, including weaving and woodcarving. It is situated at an altitude of 1,850 meters and is surrounded by lush green forests and scenic mountain ranges. The town is home to the famous Chorten Kora, a stupa built in the 18th century that attracts many pilgrims during its annual festival. Trashiyangtse is also a great starting point for exploring nearby wildlife sanctuaries and hiking trails. Despite being a relatively small town, Trashiyangtse offers visitors a unique glimpse into Bhutanese culture and traditions.