Bon Monastery: The Bon faith was widespread in Tibet until the 8th Century AD prior to the arrival of Buddhism. Most likely several of its ritual was taken over by Buddhism, for instance the prayer flags and the flaming of incense.
Borong and Ralang Cha chu. The sulphur springs are conventional winter spas. Visitors expend here days together drenched in the sulphur springs to which therapeutic effects are recognized. Ralang Cha-chu can be reached after one hour downhill walk from Ralang monastery into Rangit valley.
Borong Cha-chu is a seven kilometres drive from Ralang and a half an hour walk downhill. The hot springs are positioned along the banks of the Rangit River and ideal time to visit is during December and February.
Doling Monastery: Situated in the midst of cardamom plantations and nearly four kilometres from Barfung village, a gompa of the Nyingmapa sect of Buddhist the place is worth visiting.