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Shopping in Bhutan

The popular and frequent purchase by tourist in Bhutan includes postage stamps, lovely hand-woven fabrics, carved masks, woven baskets, thangkhas, wooden bowls, handmade paper and finely-crafted metal objects. Buying and/or selling of antiques are strictly not allowed in Bhutan.