Phuentsholing, the second largest town in , is on the border, next to the town of . Phuentsholing is the point of entry for travelers arriving by bus from and and the town functions primarily as a place where Bhutanese and Indians do business.

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Belarusian: Горад Пхунчолінг, Cebuano: Phuentsholing, Chinese: 彭措林, Dzongkha: ཕུན་ཚོགས་གླིང་, Esperanto: Phuentŝolingo, Estonian: Phuentsholing, French: Phuntsholing, German: Phuentsholing, Italian: Phuentsholing, Korean: 푼촐링, Lithuanian: Punčolingas, Nepali (macrolanguage): फुन्छोलिङ्ग, Portuguese: Phuentsholing, Russian: Пхунчолинг, Serbian: Пхунчолинг, Spanish: Phuntsholing, Swedish: Phuentsholing, Ukrainian: Пхунчолінг, Urdu: پھونتشولنگ, Phunchholing, Phuntsoling

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