Mongar is another eastern town of Bhutan that lies between Bumthang and Trashigang. Mongar like other towns in Bhutan lies on a hilltop at an elevation of 1600 m. The town is covered by a row eucalyptus trees. Despite being headquarters of the district, Mongar town is a small settlement surrounded by fields of maize. On the main street are wooden buildings, region is also known as land of one of the earliest inhabitants, the Sharchops.
Mongar Dzong: Situated on a ridge above the town. People love to decorate their houses with traditional paintings and potted flowers and plants. Weaving clothes on the looms is traditional profession of people of Mongar region. Often colors used in the clothes are obtained from natural sources such as tree bark, leaves and flowers. Apart from beautiful landscapes and natural life, there is also a hydroelectricity plant on the Kuri Chhu River which is quite a sight to see in this rural and traditional region