Centenary Farmers market
Brief Background

It's basically the vegetable market where people from neighboring villages come and sell their product.

Bhutan even imports vegetables from neighboring states of India too. This market is 2 storied and on the first floor, people are not allowed to sell any imported vegetables and it's strictly restricted to local produce. And all the imported vegetables are sold on the ground floor. 

There is another extension towards Tashicho Dzong known as Ka Ja Throm which is also a veggies but there are also some food stalls and on weekends you can see some life music too.

Inside Centenary Farmers Market

You will see people selling different farm produce and also some imported vegetables and fruits. There is a different section for vegetables, Fruits, Cereals, Fish, Flowers etc. And there are also small restaurants within the market.

Since shopkeepers have a difficult time with the kids, this market has even a daycare within, so they can just drop their kids at the day care.

Visitors Information

Open: 09:00 to 20:00 hrs.

Lunch Break: No

Dress Code:No formal dress is required

Entry Fee: No

Photography: Photography is allowed.

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