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Collection of Pristine environment: Feel it you will love it

Yangneer, Trashigang
Kanglung
Khaling; Gomchu
Phobjikha; wangduephodrang
Mebar tsho
Fresh water- Near Namling Brak
Rongthong, Kanglung
Trashigang Pam

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