Timings : May be closed on religious/national holidays.
Jambey Lhakhang is considered to be one of the oldest and the most sacred temples in Bhutan and is also where a number of festivals are held. Located between Khurjey Lhakhang and Jakar Dzong, it is a 10 minutes drive from Jakar town. It was constructed in the 7th century by King Songsten Gampo and is one of the 108 that he built and contains relics and statues of deities. One could also play witness to the sacred rituals and dances performed by the monks and locals in colourful and vibrant costumes and marvel at wonderful carvings and architecture. Following appropriate etiquette for attire is advisable.
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