Lhuentse is a small town located 67 kilometres away from Mongar in Eastern Bhutan. The town is remote and one of the least developed districts in Bhutan which was formerly known as Kurtoe. It is the ancestral home of the Royal family; hence keeping the most distinct art forms of the country intact.
Apart from being a popular camping site, Lhuetnse is the proud owner of some of the best textiles in Bhutan. Though the town does not have many tourist attractions, Lhuentse Dzong, Jigme Namgyel Naktsang and Kilung Lhakhang are some of the places that you should not miss. The Khoma Village is especially famous for the textile factory that weaves Kushutara (brocade).
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The scenery is beautiful, peaceful and quiet, away from chaos.
No marketplace, very few choices in hotels, limited transportation within the city.
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