While the majority of Bhutan speaks Dzongkha, Nepali is spoken by most of the people in Tsirang. Although it is rich in biodiversity like many of the other districts, it lacks any protected area. The longest river of Bhutan, Sankosh or Punatsang Chhu, flows through this district. While travelling to Tsirang from Wangdue Phodrang, you pass by some of the most scenic sights in all of Bhutan. The most popular festival is the Tsirang Tshechu, which is marked by local and traditional dances, and music.
Noted for its gentle slopes a mild climate, Tsirang is one of the tourism destinations which is located on the southwestern part of Bhutan on the Wangdue-Gelephu highway. Upon visiting Tsirang, tourists will get an opportunity to come across Punatsang Chhu or Sankosh river, one of Bhutan’s longest rivers that flows through the district. Holidaying in Tsirang, tourists will get to explore a number of things which will create a travel experience unlike any other. One can come in contact with the Nepali-speaking Bhutanese that resides here which is a wonderful opportunity to learn about the culture and tradition Tsirang. Other than this, there are many things to do that will give travellers an opportunity to explore the best of Tsirang by visiting the popular points of interests. Right from a visit to Pemachoeling Heritage Forest to attaining blessings at Buddhist-Hindu Temple, from hiking, cycling and birdwatching to indulging in shopping from Sunday Market, Tsirang has everything for tourists of all kind. A trip to this beautiful destination in Bhutan will let you get unmatched memories to cherish for a lifetime.
The months between May and October is the best to plan a trip to Tsirang. It is during this season when can indulge in a sightseeing tour or other fun-filled activities when holidaying in Tsirang.
For travelling to Tsirang, travellers need to first reach Wangdue Phodrang. One can land at the Paro International Airport and from there, hire a cab to reach Wangdue Phodrang and from there reach Tsirang. The route is scenic and travellers will even get to witness one of the largest hydropower projects in the country.