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Tawang

Tawang

Tawang

Tawang is a town in the Indian territory of Arunachal Pradesh, arranged at a rise of roughly 3,048 meters (10,000 ft) toward the east of Bhutan. Acclaimed for Monasteries, Buddhism, and Peacefull Nature. Tawang gets snowfall consistently from December–January. There is likewise a ski lift around the local area. Guests to Tawang, similar to the case with the whole Arunachal Pradesh, require exceptional Inner Line Permit (ILP) issued by the concerned government body and can be acquired from workplaces situated in Kolkata, Guwahati, Tezpur, and New Delhi. A large portion of the movement from the fields is on a precarious slope street venture, crossing Sela Pass at 4,176 meters (13,701 ft)

Attractions: Sela Pass and Tawang Monastery.

Nearby Places: Sela Pass, Gorichen Peak, Shonga-tser lake, Nuranang waterfalls, Pankang Teng Tso Lake, Bumla Pass, Bap Ten Kang waterfalls, Jaswant Garh.

Best Time to visit: The greatest months to visit are March, April, May, June, September, and October.

How to Reach:

  • By Air: The closest air terminal is Tezpur Airport, around 9 h 44 min (315.5 km) away and is associated with Kolkata and Guwahati. Contract a prepaid taxi from the air terminal or Tezpur to reach Tawang.
  • By Rail: The closest Railway Station is Tezpur Railway Station which is associated with most urban communities in India. There is any rail network inside Arunachal Pradesh itself and guests should take a taxi from Tezpur railroad station (TZTB) to Tawang.
  • By Road: Bomdila is the closest town having great street availability from all urban areas in Assam. Guests need to make a trip to Bomdila first and take transport or taxi from that point to Tawang, around 160 km (4-5 hours) away.

Popular Restaurants: The Dragon, Hotel Mon-Valley, Orange Restaurant & Lounge Bar, Cafe Suburb, Sno-Yak Restaurant, Woodland Restaurant, Greenwood Restaurant, Blue Pine, Tawang Food Court, Zomsa Restaurant, Dharma Coffee House, Cafe Nirvana, etc… Read more

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