Learn about traditional weaving culture in Lhuentse
Lhuentse, one of the most isolated districts in Bhutan, is notably famed for crafting the best hand woven textiles all over the country. Lhuentse's weavers are known to be especially adept at a particular type of traditional cloth called the Kushuthara, the most intricate and exquisite Kiras. Weaving culture is well-maintained passing through generations here, which makes it one of the prominent highlights of the district. Lhuentse is also the ancestral home of the Kings and hosts several inviting cultural and religious attractions for those interested in Bhutan's remote traditions. Besides an excursion to Khoma Village, the most renowned traditional weaving village of the district, our local guide will take you to visit some exciting places including Guru Nangsa Zelnen Statue, Dungkar Nagtshang, Lhuntse Dzong, Jangchubling Monastery, and Kilung Lhakhang, where all offer an all-embracing insight into the history, traditions, and thriving hand-loom weaving culture in Bhutan.