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General Stores
Thimphu, Bhutan
Shopping › Specialty
Thimphu has a plethora of general shops containing a hodgepodge selection such as light bulbs, stationery, farm implements, shampoo, computer disks and canned fish. To provide even more variety, shops may sell drinks by the glass and their sign may read 'shop cum bar' or the all-encompassing 'general cum bar shop'. Many items on sale are made in India, but there are lots of interesting Bhutanese products, especially textiles, baskets, jewellery, incense, books and religious items.
Rural Handicrafts Sales Centre
Trashigang, Bhutan
Shopping › Arts & crafts
The Rural Handicrafts Sales Centre is a showroom for Khaling’s National Handloom Development Project, so is the place to pick up woven kiras, table runners and scarves, particularly if you can’t make it to the weaving centre in Khaling. Kiras aren’t cheap (Nu 4000 to 16,000) but bear in mind that an elaborate piece can take up to six months to weave.
Bhutan Archery Shop
Thimphu, Bhutan
Shopping › Outdoor, sports
Catering to the large community of Bhutanese archers, Bhutan Archery Shop specialises in American-made Hoyt brand bows that range in price from US$600 to US$1100. Arrows are the steel-tipped Easton brand, which sell for Nu 280 to 500. It’s a relatively expensive sport. The traditional bamboo bows are usually homemade and the bamboo arrows can be picked up at the weekend market.
Yoser Lham Shop
Jakar, Bhutan
Shopping › Food, drink
The Yoser Lham Shop is the main outlet for the Swiss Farm. The shop sells the farm’s cheese, apple juice, peach brandy and apple or honey wine, as well as soft Gouda or hard Emmenthal cheese at Nu 250 per kg. This cheese is made for eating off the block, unlike the soft Bhutanese datse, which is used only in sauces. Honey is available in July and August.
Vajrayana Art Gallery
Paro, Bhutan
Shopping › Arts & crafts
Vajrayana Art Gallery features art by self-taught Bhutanese artist Chimmi Dorje, who incorporates Buddhist themes such as prayer flags and mandala motifs into his abstract art. There’s also some fine photography by his brother. The gallery is often closed out of high season.
Gagyel Lhundrup Weaving Centre
Thimphu, Bhutan
Shopping › Arts & crafts
In the industrial estate at the south end of Thimphu, the Gagyel Lhundrup Weaving Centre produces hand-woven textiles on site and has a selection of cloth and ready-made garments for sale. This is one of the few places where you can watch weavers at work.

Lam Tshering Dirji General Shop
Paro, Bhutan
Shopping › Specialty
Marked by a row of colourful prayer wheels, this interesting local shop, sells prayer flags, incense and other religious items.

Handicrafts Emporium
Paro, Bhutan
Shopping › Books
The government-run Handicrafts Emporium, on the main street, has books and modern souvenirs at tourist prices.

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