|• Total||562.00 ha (1,388.74 acres)|
|Elevation||2,800 - 5,000 m (−13,600 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+6 (Bhutan Time)|
Guru Rinpoche in his attempt to subdue Khikha Rathoe, a son of Trisong Detsen, flew Khikha Rathoe and his ministers on a wooden aeroplane. As the aeroplane flew higher it caught on fire and Guru Rimpoche landed it on a rock at a valley in Bumthang. It is believed that the valley was named after the sound the aeroplane made on landing: 'Tang'. 
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- Lonely Planet, p.177