Bomdila is the headquarters of West Kameng District. The place is inhabited by tribes like Aka (Hrusso), Miji (Sajalong), Monpa, Sherdukpen, and Khawas. Its craft centres, monasteries, ethnographic museum and emporium etc. are must visits. One can also watch snow-clad mountains here, including the Kangte and Gorichen Peaks, the highest peaks of the state. Bomdila is rightly known to be a photographer's delight.
The main attraction for the tourists in Bomdila includes Bomdila Monastery, Gentse Gaden Rabgyel Ling (GRL) Monastery, Craft Center and Ethnographic Museum, apple orchards, Bomdila View Point, RR Hills.
Apart from the scenic landscapes, from Bomdilaone can also ride along the scenic road to Tawang, and to Bhutan's border. In essence, Bomdila offers the true joys of nature in its different forms.
Bomdila boasts some of the greenest environs of the region! The town houses two well known monasteries one is famously called the Upper Gonpa or Gontse Gaden Rabgyel Lling/ GRL monastery and the other one is called the Lower Gonpa or Thubchog Gatsel Ling Monastery, colourful and gentle representation of Buddhism. The Craft Centre and Ethnographic Museum sums up the culture and lifestyle of Bomdila in a nutshell.
The inhabitants respect the ecological richness and have incorporated its aspects in their socio-religious practices
Tezpur in Assam is the nearest airport.
Rangapara railway station is the nearest railway station from where you can get frequent trains to different locations.
Bomdila is well connected by road network across India
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