Just 2 Km. from Chendebji is the Chendebji Chorten, a large white structure built in the style of Swambunath in Kathmandu to subdue evil spirit killed at this place.
Chendebji to Trongsa is 41 Km. and takes one and quarter hour to drive. The dzong is perched at the end of a ridge and seemingly hanging in the space at the head of the valley with its distinctive yellow roof.
CHENDEBJI CHHOETEN is patterned after Swayambhunath in Kathmandu (Nepal). The proper name is "Chorten Charo Kasho". The choeten was built in 19th century by Lama Shida. Chendebji Chorten is 41km away from Trongsa, just 2km beyond Chendebji village.
There is a large Nepali style chorten located here next to the river. The full name is Chorten Charo Kasho and it was built in the 19th century on the spot where an evil demon was once vanquished. As if by some magic coincidence there is also a roadside restaurant with attached souvenir shop nearby, where lots of tourist groups stop by on their way to and from Trongsa. We stop for a quick buffet lunch before negotiating the final 40 kilometers to Trongsa. The food is the typical tourist buffet style, and the place earns a reward for having the most disgusting
Deep inside the dzong
Monk dormitories and study rooms line the path to the main temple.toilets I've seen in quite a while. The lack of running water meant that the western style toilets acted more like containers than anything else.