‘Where everything is perfect and pleasant’
Travelling makes our life more interesting and exciting by meeting new people, learning something different and gaining experience. Traveling to an exotic destination would be a huge experience for anyone.
Bhutan is one such destination that welcomes happiness and love with the mesmerizing scenic view. This small country is located in the foothills of eastern Himalaya and known for its beauty and hospitality.
Enter into the Kingdom of Thunder Dragon and stay delighted
One question must be arising in your mind that what’s so special Bhutan and why you must visit this country? Though choices vary you must get into the point after getting the answer.
Bhutan sets an example to the entire world by governing the country in a greater way. People of Bhutan will welcome you with a smiling face and shares a warm relation with their guests.
No one is in a hurry in this country but that doesn’t mean that people out there are lazy. Thinking and cultural influence make this country the best destination for anyone who loves to visit new places.
Reasons that make Bhutan an exotic destination in the world
- Carbon negative atmosphere
Breathing is the most important function any living things must do. Breathing becomes a problem in most of the countries due to pollution and smokes. Bhutan gives you a heavenly atmosphere not only visually but also logically. The country is considered to be the world’s first carbon-negative country by maintaining 72% forest at present. Constitution of Bhutan mandate that the country must maintain 60% forest for all time.
Exquisite landscapes and fresh air will give you a healthy feeling that finally settled your mind and create a smile on your face. Bhutan is also the first country in this world that imposed a complete ban on tobacco.
The youngsters are interested in learning their own culture and tradition instead of following western principles. Visiting this country is definitely a learning experience for you.
- The Kingdom that spread peace and happiness
The intention behind every trip is about relaxing and fun which is only possible when you find everything so peaceful. Bhutan spreads happiness and peace because 75% of the total population follows Buddhism.
The teachings of Buddhism are all about truth, peace, no-violence and keeping oneself away from the materialistic world. The people are so friendly that you can feel like home which makes you so comfortable and relaxed.
They believe that happiness and a peaceful mind can win any battle because most of the time jealousy, anger, and sadness destroy humanity. So, spending time at Bhutan will surely make you satisfied from the inner sense.
- Development by holding the tradition
Bhutan comes out with some of the most valuable and effective principles that really help the nation for devilment.
Development doesn’t always mean that one needs to follow western culture.
Bhutan respects their own tradition and culture by making their traditional dress compulsory during working hours.
Even resorts and other buildings are made in traditional architecture that maintains the ethic with an appealing appearance. Respecting one’s tradition is really important when it comes to national development.
Druk that means ‘Thunder dragon’ is symbolized in the national flag of Bhutan as the country is known as ‘The Kingdom of Thunder Dragon’.
Again Druk is used as the name of companies and industrial limited which makes it clear that the country maintains a strong connection with its tradition and development.
- The abundance of natural treasure
Even after knowing a lot about any country and its historical background, one needs to search the center of attraction before visiting any place.
Bhutan gives you a wide range of natural treasure like mountains, valleys, wildlife, and flowing rivers. The geographical location and philosophy of people make the country beautiful from all sides.
You can walk around the valley and explore some of the best landscapes that will surely make you fall in love with Bhutan.
The wildlife is also very interesting as 71% of the land is covered with forest and give shelter to animals like Takin, Bharal, Goral, Serow, Musk Deer, Dhole, Binturong, Yellow-throated Marten, Golden Langur, Clouded leopard, and Snow leopard.
Rivers like Mo Chhu, Torsa, Kuri Chhu, Sankosh, Manas, Mangde Chhu, Kaljani, and Ha chhu keep the country fertile and adequate place for vegetation.
“Bhutan is the 1st Carbon Negative country in the World”
- Amazing destinations to visit
Travelers across the globe came to this country for visiting some of the most appealing and mesmerizing destinations. East Bhutan is mainly the center of attraction with two main cities Paro and Thimphu.
Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan located in the heart of Himalaya. Tashichho Dzong, Memorial Chorten, Folk heritage museum, Bhutan textile museum, Buddha Dordenma, Motithang Takin Reserve, etc are some of the places you must visit after entering Thimphu.
Whereas in Paro you can visit Rinpung Dzong, National Museum of Bhutan, Jangtsa Dumtseg Lhakhang, Kichu Lhakhang, and Paro valley. Some of the other attraction like the temple of Divine Madman, Tiger’s Nest Monastery and Punakha Dzong will help to learn Bhutanese tradition along with the blessings from monks.
Nature lovers must visit Wangchuck Centennial National Park, Royal Manas National Park, Motithang Takin Preserve, Jigme Dorji National Park, Phobjikha Valley National Park, and Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park.
- Looking into festivals and food
Visiting Bhutan during festivals is something to do with unlimited fun. Festivals are all about spreading the essence of religion through dancing, folk songs, dramas, and local cuisines.
One can be a part of the festival and enjoy some great time with them. People weak mask to portray different roles where the intention is to explain mythological stories of good and evil.
Thimpu Tshechu, Paro Tshechu, Jambay Lhakhang Drup, Wangduephodrang Tshechu, and Haa Summer Festival are the popular festivals in Bhutan.
Food lovers must try Ema Datshi, Shakam and Khewa Datshi, Red rice, Jasha Maroo, Phaksha Paa or Jasha Tshoem to feel the taste of Bhutan.
Cheese and chilies are used in most of the dishes.
Visiting Bhutan is like enjoying some great time with nature, friendly people, and tasty food with a special spiritual bonding.
Visa is not essential for Indian, Bangladeshi and Maldivian whereas foreign tourists have to $250 per day which includes lodging, three-time meals, and a tour guide.
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