The Attractions in Lhuentse include visiting Khentangbi or Jigme Namgyel Nagtshang, the ancestral home of the Wangchuck dynasty, and many pilgrimage spots associated with Guru Rinpoche and Terton Pema Lingpa, including Khenpajong, the hidden palace of the Guru, and Singye Dzong. However, both places are out of bounds for foreigners for the time being.
The ancient ruins of the underground palace of the Bangtsho King in Tsenkhar Gewog, traditional pottery at Gangzur done by women without using the wheel, ethnic festivals like ‘Priu’ in Gangzur, ‘Haa’ in Metsho and ‘Lhacham’ in Khoma Gewogs, Tshokar and Tshona lakes above Singye Dzong and a huge new lake in Jarey Gewog are some of the tourist attractions.
Interesting Attractions in Lhuentse include, trekking routes such as the Singye Dzong trek, the Aja Nye trek via Phuningla, the Rodongla trek via Khini Lhakhang, day-hike trails, picnic spots, and camping sites are other attractions for tourists. It has varied flora and fauna. Black-necked cranes arrive in Membi Gewog in the first Bhutanese month and can be seen in the paddy fields at Tangmachu. The weavers of Lhuentse are famous especially for kushuthara from Khoma and Kurtoe Gewogs.