Zangla Monastery is a Buddhist monastery in the village of Tsa-zar near Zangla, Zanskar, Kargil district, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, northern India.
Zangla Monastery is home to around 150 lamas and is located near a ruined hilltop castle and an old nunnery. It has some notable wall paintings. Zangla is the central point on the Padum-Stongdey-Zangla-Karsha-Padum trip, covering most of the cultural sites of Zanskar including the Zangla monastery.
The Hungarian scholar Sándor Kőrösi Csoma edited the first English-Tibetian dictionary while living at Zangla Monastery in 1823. The dictionary was published in 1824.