Kyirong is a village development committee in Solukhumbu District in the Sagarmatha Zone of north-eastern Nepal. This remote village is a home of 3602 people living in their 873 infidel houses. Though with the small amount of population, Kyirong border plays a vital role in the overall journey towards Mount Kailash.
Previously, the pilgrims are not allowed to travel towards Mount Kailash by using Kyirong border because of natural calamities. But this year, the Kyirong border has been reopened in order to take the full advantage of transpiration and trade between the two counties.
Here, you can also witness one of the infamous Nepal-china bridge which was built in order to maintain trade treaty between the two countries. Nowadays, Kyirong border is playing a very vital role for pilgrims travelling towards Mount Kailash.