Not far from downtown Pokhara, just across from David Falls, you can drop by. The village is small, and houses are scattered all over the wilderness. There are several brand-new buildings in the center of the village, as well as a white tower, which are particularly dazzling under the sunlight. Handmade souvenirs are sold in the village, mostly Tibetan woven carpets.
It feels very good. Next to the park, you can see the physical exhibition inside on the road. It’s not too crowded. I took my kids there.
A village with a dilapidated environment, the people in it basically rely on some simple manual work to make a living
It has ethnic characteristics and is worth visiting.
This is a small village inhabited by Tibetans. The Tibetan language is popular. Many handicraft workshops are not cheap.