Tawang is a district located in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. It is a beguiling place that is blessed with tantalizing valleys. In the former times, this area was ruled by the Monyul clan but was annexed by the Bhutanese and the Tibetans. In the year 1989, the district of Tawang came into existence after being forked from Kameng district.
The district of Tawang is beckoned by the snow-capped peaks of the majestic Khangchendzonga. The hilly terrain of the land of Tawang is elevated at a height of 22,000 feet above the sea level. The climate of Tawang is classified as tropical cool and it encounters pleasant weather throughout the year. The median mercury levels of Tawang range between below 0 degrees-30°C amid the seasons of the summer and the winter.
Tawang is reckoned as a popular tourist destination in the North-East. It houses the ancient Tawang Monastery, enchanting Jang Waterfalls and the Sela Pass that was a gateway to the Silk-Route between India & China.