Bhalukpong is a quaint town located in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. It is endowed with the beauty of nature in plenty as it is dotted with the beguiling hillocks and the small streams that make this place as a popular tourist site. In the foregone times, the region of Bhaukpong was ruled by the Aaka tribe but was annexed by the Ahom dynasty. The Ahoms ruled over Bhalukpong for a longer period of time.
Beckoned by the mighty peaks of Khangchendzonga, Bhalukpong is elevated 10,000 feet above the sea level and unfolds over vast acres of land. The major portion of the land is a lofty terrain and is fed by the tributaries of the Kameng River that flows through it. This region has a subtropical climate and encounters mild temperatures amid the year. The median mercury levels during the summers rest between 27°C-33°C. It drops down and scales between 3°C-11°C amid the winters.
In Bhalukpong, majorly, the visitors can flock to the nearby foothills of the Khangchendzonga for enjoying the venture of trekking. Also, they can visit the monasteries that assure an ethereal experience.