Chumathang is a village in Leh District, Ladakh in northern India on the banks of the Indus river. It is located 138 km (86 miles) southeast of Leh, and 41 km northwest of Nyoma.
Chumathang is a relatively small village, with a population of around 641 people. It is known for its hot spring, which is believed to have medicinal properties. The village also has a monastery, which is over 400 years old.
The village is also a good base for exploring the nearby Changthang region, which is home to a variety of wildlife, including kiangs, wild asses, and snow leopards.