Lhuentshi Dzongkhag (District)
This Lhuentshi district is one of the remotest districts of Bhutan, with population of about 16000 scattered across its eight sub districts. This district is known as the ancestral home of Bhutan’s royal family. This region is also boast as some of the most sacred sites of pilgrimage in the country, here this district. Lhuensthi is famous for the exquisite Kishuthara famed and treasured as women’s kira all over Bhutan, come from Khoma Village.
In this district, we don’t have good hotels where our guests can make a night halt. However, Authentic Bhutan Tours with our sustainable tour policy, we have discussed with farmers in locality and come out with idea of home stay in Bhutanese Farm House. Traveling with us with not only give you an opportunity to explore this undiscovered region but you can also learn & experienced about this region with our in-depth knowledge of this area.
Guru Nangset Zileon Statue: The 157 feet Guru Nangsey Zilneon statue is the one of the tallest statue in the world. Seated on a 38 feet lotus located on a hill in Takila overlooking Tangmachu village in Menbi gewog, the construction took more than seven years. It was consecrated on 1st November 2015. This Guru statue is a prominent structure that is attracting many tourists, locals and serve as a pilgrimage site in Lhuetshi district.