Zhangmu (Tibetan: འགྲམ།, Wylie: 'gram, ZYPY: Zhamv THL: Dram; Chinese: 樟木; pinyin: Zhāngmù; Nepali: Khasa (खासा)), is a customs town and port of entry located in Nyalam County on the Nepal-Tibet border, just uphill and across the Bhote Koshi River from the Nepalese town of Kodari. At 2300 meters above sea level, Zhangmu has mild and humid subtropical climate, which is a rarity for Tibet.
Chinese trucks traveling on the Tibet-Nepal Friendship Highway offload goods at Zhangmu and transfer them to Nepalese trucks.
Zhangmu is just north of and above the Friendship Bridge border crossing where China National Highway 318 becomes Araniko Highway and immediately passes Kodari village in Sindhupalchok District, Bagmati Zone en route to Kathmandu. Tourists traveling between Nepal and the Tibet make substantial use of this crossing, and there is trans-border trade.
The Tibet-Nepal Bridge below Zhangmu, which is the border crossing between Tibet and Nepal. To the right is the Zhangmu Port Control Point.
Gateway to China at the Tibet-Nepal Bridge below Zhangmu.
Coordinates: 27°59′N 85°59′E / 27.99°N 85.98°E