Timings : Sunrise to Sunset
Time Required : 30 minutes to 1 hour
Entry Fee : No entry fee
Mongar Dzong is one of the newest Dzongs in Bhutan and unlike other traditional dzongs, it has two entrances and is built on a flatter and gentle slope. A significant tourist attraction of Mongar, the Mongar Dzong was constructed in the early 1930s after the original Zhongar Dzong was burnt down in a fire. It is a classic example of how the Bhutanese have tried to preserve their culture. Surrounded by Rhodendrons and dense coniferous forests, it is relatively newer and still has no nails or drawings, just like other historical Dzongs.
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