Paro’s weekend market is not massive however it’s a standard feel and may be a fine introduction to a number of Bhutan’s distinctive native merchandise, from organic Tsirang honey to the squares of dried jelled cow skin referred to as khoo (a native snack). The market is busiest on Sunday mornings however the vegetable stalls stay throughout the week.
As you wander the stalls, rummage around for strings of chugo (dried yak cheese), either white (boiled in milk and dried within the sun) or brown (smoked). The fruit that appears like AN orange egg is really contemporary husky edible seed, foreign from Asian country. The jars of pink paste contain lime, that is eaten with the edible seed. There also are exotic-looking ferns, fine-grained juniper incense, and patties of datse, the cheese utilized in nearly each Bhutanese dish.
- AddressParo , Bhutan
- Category Retail Shop, Super Market, Vegetable Market
- Location Paro
- Tag Bhutan, Market, Paro Market, Paro Weekend Market
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