Tashi Jong Monastry, one of the outstanding tourist destinations of the city of Palampur, is home to a few Tibetans refugees in the state. The main feature of the Jong is that it gives off an impression of being more like a community than a religious focus. The curved roof of the monastery is mounted with red-golden hued embellishments that look like prayer flags. Peace seekers and Buddhist explorers visit this spot regularly.
The walls of the sanctuary are pleasantly tinted, representing the art and culture of Tibet. The masterful brilliance of the sanctuary can be gotten from the lovely weaving loom like stupa, a Buddhist spiritual landmark, set in the monastery. A wide mixture of Tibetan relics, artistic creations and articles can be seen in the art emporium of the monastery. Separated from this, glorious enclosures, restaurants, and art emporiums in the area draw in numerous tourists.