The Pang-Sau-Pass Winter festival is a three days extravaganza of folk songs and dances, ethenic food feasts, traditional sports, expeditions, sightseeing, eco-trekking, angling, boating on the Rima river and general Burmese culture, to visit the war cemetery of World War II and the Border Trade Centre will be held from January 21 to January 23.
Nampong, the venue of the Pang-Sau-Pass Winter festival EAC Headquarter of Changlang District situated in the South-Eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh is a small hilly town in the Indo-Myanmar border and Namchik basin, it sis covered with evergreen rain forest. The Venue has been designed as a global village as it conjoins the diverse tribes of the North Eastern region of India and of Myanmer to display their customs and cultures in a broader perspective. The cultural carnival has cut across social barriers inspiring the secluded regions to celebrate the sense of distinctive individual ethnic identity which strongly bonds all these culturally religiously diverse tribes.
Along with the festival there are other things of tourist attraction. The historical Stillwell road of II World War, being the gateway of trade for North East India, driving down the serpentine Stillwell road magnifies the excitement manifold. During the Festival the visitors are allowed to see the Pang-Sau-Pass and visit the “Lake of No Return in Myanmar side.