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We took a detour to visit this place as we always like to try to see the linkage between the city and the countryside. It is a beautifully clean market with mainly locally produced vegetables etc. It would be great if we had more like...More
big enough and ok for visit as that near the town so that take walk is ok. and it has 2 floor, 1st floor is cheaper and selling india stuff. 2nd floor is a bit expensive as that is Bhutan product. many local people &...More
This market is huge and spans over two levels. Farmers come from near and far to sell their produce. I personally didn’t find it too interesting, but if you like seeing how the locals shop then it’s worth a stop.
I love going to local markets when traveling to see the local produce and wares and the local residents shopping. This market is large, clean, organized and filled with color.I heartily recommend a visit.
A well organized market for local farmers to market their harvests. It is also a place to see and learn the local daily consumed farm products. All the 'greens' here are guaranteed organic, as the Country forbid farmers to use chemical fertilizer. Apart from the...More
This was an additional point we covered during our tour to Bhutan. It is surprising to see such oraganized, clean and neat market. Also, it was not at noisy and comfortable to buy groceries, fruits and non-veg
We had heard quite a bit about the farmer's market but were still pleasantly surprised on coming here. It's the cleanest market I've seen till date. This is despite the presence of wet items like fruits, vegetables & fish here.
Farmers from the surrounding villages...More
After watching the national game of archery we walked to this Centenary Farmers Market. Its really a big local market where we understood from our guide most buyers from out of town would come buy their goods. Section by section we saw different produce. Rice,...More