The Takila Guru Statue in Lhuentse, Bhutan is a popular tourist destination and a revered religious site for many Bhutanese people. It is located on a hilltop overlooking the town of Takila and is considered to be one of the most important sacred sites in the region.
The statue stands at a height of 154 feet (47 meters) and is constructed using traditional Bhutanese architectural techniques. It is a large bronze statue of Guru Rinpoche, who is also known as Padmasambhava, and is considered to be the second Buddha in Bhutan.
Visitors to the site can climb to the top of the statue and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. There is also a monastery located nearby where visitors can learn more about the history and cultural significance of the site.