Bhutan is known for its untouched ancient culture and tradition which is treasured the most visitors can see the unique blend of past and present culture in Bhutan which almost all the countries in the world have lost. The best way to experience the indigenous Bhutanese culture is by visiting the Traditional Bhutanese Farmhouse.
Traditional Bhutanese Farmhouse of Paro Valley with its unique concept of preserving and showcasing the rustic Bhutanese lifestyle has enthralled the mind of many travelers. The Queen Mother of Bhutan was the first to come up with this concept of Traditional Bhutanese Farmhouse.
The three storeys building of Traditional Bhutanese Farmhouse were built with use of only mud and stone and no nails.
All the Bhutanese Farmhouse follows the same architectural pattern which as three floors, where the first floor of the house served as shelter for cattle but now it is used as a store for the family. This was a move to improve the sanitation and hygiene of Traditional Farm House.
The second floor of the Traditional Farmhouse is for family which usually has a big kitchen also used as a living room, a shrine (prayer room), a store and a bed room and lastly the third floor of the Tradition Farm House are for making and drying hay for the livestock.
Traditional Bhutanese Farmhouse is located on the outskirt of Paro Valley. Visitors can either take a car to the traditional Bhutanese Farmhouse or trek their way to reach Traditional Bhutanese Farmhouse.