Rinchegang Village is located just a short distance away from Wangdue Phodrang Dzong. A day-tour here shall prove to be fulfilling for keen photographers. It faces the now-ruined Dzong and is represented by a small cluster of houses. It too would most likely suit the taste of those wanting to experience and know about the rural way of life in Bhutan. It is also well known for the practice of stone carvings so architecture buffs might take a liking to the samples of stone masonry in this village.
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