Tawang, a remote hill station in the northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh, is a destination brimming over with natural beauty, cultural heritage and military history. Sharing its border with Tibet to the north and Bhutan to the west, Tawang is dotted with majestic mountains, breathtaking gorges, passes and water bodies that add a hypnotic charm to this place. That’s why a travel guide to Tawang is on every vacationist’s radar. The natural beauty aside, this hill town is home to one of the highest motorable passes and the second largest Buddhist monastery in the world, the birthplace of the sixth Dalai Lama, the epicentre of the Indo-China war and continues to be disputed territory between the two countries. However, given the remote location of this place, coupled with unpredictable weather and poor road conditions, travelling to Tawang isn’t the easiest. That’s why we have put together this travel guide to Tawang,…