• Dochula Pass
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  • Monks
  • Handicraft Students
  • View from Dochula
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Except Gasa District,
all major towns in the 20 districts of Bhutan are accessible with road network. Despite having high mountains, steep slopes, deep valleys and cliffs, Bhutan has a relatively well developed network of roads and highways connection.
However, the roads are seldom straight or flat due to mountains and meandering valleys. The average speed is rarely exceeding 30 km/hour, with tourist buses having even slower speed. The reward after the long and tiring journey is the panoramic views of the mountain ranges and landscape, variety of flora and fauna, distinctive Bhutanese architecture, majestic monasteries and Dzongs... VIEW MORE >>

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Welcome to this amazing and blissful land in the world, where people and nature merge in peace and harmony... VIEW MORE >>

Bhutan, The Land of Thunder Dragon

MAP OF BHUTAN Bhutan is a small
and landlocked state located in the Eastern Himalaya in between two big countries, China in the north and India in the south... VIEW MORE >>
 
 

Buddhism

Before the introducing of
Buddhism in Bhutan, the people were just practicing Bonisim and know as Monpa which refers to non- Buddhism. Later in the 8th century Guru Padmasambhava (the second Buddha) visited Bhutan and preached Buddhism which paves the way of Buddha Dharma in the country.
Bhutan is the only country in today’s world that still retains the Tantric form of Mahayana Buddhism as its official religion... VIEW MORE >>

Communication

Medium for
Communication Like Mobile coverage in big towns, like Paro, Thimphu and Bumthang, is extensive. However, mobile coverage might be poor in the mountain areas. Most hotels and cafes have Wi-Fi internet access.
Bhutanese speak a variety of languages and Dzongkha is the national language of Bhutan. Nowadays, young Bhutanese children start to learn English in school. Hence, the English literacy of Bhutanese is much higher than 20 years ago.
 

Government

Before 1616,
Bhutan is under a fragmented and disoriented system, ruled by different leaders, local lords, clans in different regions of the country... VIEW MORE >>

Nature & Environment

Bhutan’s
environment is as diverse as its culture. The Kingdom has received international acclaim and recognition for its commitment to maintain... VIEW MORE >>
 

Main Festivals & Events

Thimphu Tshechu

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Paro Tshechu

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Puna Dromchoe

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Chorten Kora

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Haa Summer Festival

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Jampel Lhakhang Drupchen

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Black Nacked Crane Festival

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BHUTAN AT A GLANCE

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Basic Things That you must Know

Gross National Happiness (GNH)
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Bhutanese National Identities
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Democratic Constitutional Monarchy
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History of Bhutan in Brief
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