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Fascinating travel experiences in the Kingdom of Bhutan”?

“Thus, everything created by nature is beautiful and unique, but some places are famous for their enchanting beauty and captivating views. One such country is Bhutan, renowned for its pristine landscapes and extraordinary travel experience.”

Travel Experience in the Kingdom of Bhutan

It is a small prosperous country located in the Himalayas between India and China. It has a population of around eight million and an area of ​​38,394 square kilometers. It ranks 160th in the world in terms of population and 133rd in terms of area. It is a landlocked country like the Central Asian states, meaning it is surrounded by land borders. It is also known as the Land of Thunder Dragons which is rooted in its cultural heritage. The majority of its inhabitants are Buddhists. It is a country with an interesting blend of democracy and monarchy.

Range of Himalayas

Nestled within the grandeur of the Himalayan mountain range lies the kingdom of Bhutan, a land of breathtaking landscapes and rich biodiversity. Stretching from the rugged terrains of Pakistan to the serene valleys of Bhutan, the Himalayas command awe and reverence with their towering peaks and majestic beauty. Bhutan, situated at the eastern edge of this formidable mountain range, boasts some of the loftiest summits in the world.

The Bhutanese Himalayas, characterized by their lofty altitudes, cast a spellbinding charm with their snow-capped peaks and rugged terrain. The weather in this region remains predominantly cold, with occasional storms adding to the dramatic allure of the landscape. Among the towering giants of the Bhutanese Himalayas, stand peaks soaring above 7000 meters, with Gangkhar Puensum reigning as the loftiest pinnacle, proudly holding the title of one of the highest peaks on the planet.

Amidst this pristine wilderness, a vibrant tapestry of wildlife thrives, adding to the allure of Bhutan’s natural splendor. Here, amidst the verdant forests and alpine meadows, one can encounter a diverse array of fauna, from the elusive golden langur to the majestic Himalayan takin. The lowlands teem with life, hosting a plethora of species including Bengal tigers, leopards, hyphaed rabbits, and sloth bears.

Venturing deeper into the wilderness reveals a treasure trove of biodiversity, with black bears, red pandas, squirrels, wild boars, and blue sheep calling these rugged slopes home. The skies above resonate with the melodious calls of over 770 different species of birds, including the rare and endangered white-winged duck. Each corner of this pristine wilderness beckons adventurers and nature enthusiasts to explore its untamed beauty and discover the wonders of Bhutan’s Himalayan realm.

In The of Economists

As far as the economy is concerned, it mainly depends on agriculture, forestry, tourism and hydroelectric power. Sixty percent of this area consists of forests. Along with this, tobacco is strictly prohibited here and has a clear policy regarding transactions. Millions of tourists come here every year, which has a positive impact on the country’s GDP.

Interesting Thing which I Notice in My Travel Experience

Another interesting thing here is that there are air and land means of transportation in this country, but there is no railway track. About the literacy rate, about sixty percent of the population is literate. One-third of the population in Bhutan is between twenty-two and twenty-three years of age, which means that the youth group is the majority here.

The Interesting Thing in My Travel Experience Culture of Bhutan

Bhutan has its own unique dress, where men wear a traditional dress from the knees up, while women wear a sari-like garment down to the ankles. This dress code was quite popular and strictly enforced until the 1990s. A fine was also imposed in case of violation. Now the strictness in the dress policy has reduced, it is only required on special occasions in government offices, schools, dargahs and dargahs. Western wear is popular here as well and most people are seen wearing jeans and t-shirts. The residents here lead such a happy life that a regular Ministry of Happiness has been established here. People of different races and colors live here keeping in mind mutual equality and brotherhood.


Thus GDP is measured in countries but in Bhutan it is GDH ie gross National Happenings are also calculated. This concept was given in 1972 by the fourth King of Bhutan, Jigme Sange Wangchuck. He wanted to enlighten his nation with social values ​​and harmony. Bhutan’s Dekha Dekha United Nations promoted Fundamental Human Goals in 2011 to promote happiness and peace of mind for nations.

In my Travel Experience Education and Health Facilities

All education and health facilities are free here. The government bears the expenses of the children living in the village from tuition fee to stationery and access to education is the right of every child. Literacy rate has increased here in the last few years, which is mainly due to the educational policies introduced here. Thanks to the high health system prevalent here, the death rate among newborns has decreased significantly. A clear increase in life expectancy was seen here compared to its neighboring country India.

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Is Bhutan bankrupt?


Every country has some positive aspects which cannot be ignored. Bhutan has many special things which make it admirable but also some problems. is facing difficult times come in the history of countries, during the corona epidemic, the economy of this country faced serious problems. Thus, during the Corona lockdown, the whole world had to deal with difficult situations, but such countries, which were mostly dependent on sectors like tourism, were severely affected. Then the role of borders cannot be ignored in this regard. Bhutan has an atmosphere of cold war between India on one side and China on the other side regarding diplomatic and defense matters and Bhutan cannot protect itself from the effects of this regional proximity even if it wants to. Any issues between the two countries directly affect it. The tension between India and China has also been one of the factors affecting Bhutan’s economy. Then, the widening trade deficit and rising import prices have also been at the forefront of weakening Bhutan’s economic condition.

In The Eyes of Experts

Some experts believe that Bhutan’s crisis is not like Sri Lanka’s. Sri Lanka’s debt-ridden economy collapsed when supplies of food, oil and medicine were cut off due to lack of inflation.

Although the vast changes taking place at the global level have affected the economy of Bhutan, like the war between Russia and Ukraine, the prices of oil and petrol in the world market have risen sharply. The rise in dollar value, dependence on foreign imports, inflation, strict restrictions on wheat exports by India and alarming increase in unemployment rate are the main reasons that pushed Bhutan towards crisis.

Bhutan’s economy depends on what?

Bhutan’s economy depends mainly on two things, one is hydropower and the other is tourism. Hydropower has long been seen as a renewable source of energy. An electric current is generated which is commonly known as hydroelectricity. But the dark side is that during droughts and heavy rains, hydropower plants shut down and lose the ability to show any efficiency. Hydropower efficiency experts question whether climate change will How can the future be protected from threats? Both of these provide opportunities for foreign income to Bhutan. Meanwhile, Bhutan’s manufacturing sector has been stagnant in terms of GDP for the past decade. While the industrial sector is mainly driven by construction, mining and electricity.

Undoubtedly, the individuality of the countries has its own beauty, but conscious nations are always on the way to determine the stages of evolution. We have a lot to learn from Bhutan as we can improve ourselves by making good social, educational, economic and environmentally friendly policies!

Interesting information of Bhutan During My Travel Experience

If one loses a house, he is given a house and land by the king in which he can cultivate. It is the only capital city in the world where there are no traffic lights. Rather, he is a traffic director. It is the only country in the world which I have observe in my travel experience.  

During My Travel Experience Smoking is Prohibited.

where cigarettes are illegal. Here, efforts are being made to achieve pure food by minimizing the use of pesticides. Health facilities here are free, even for tourists. “Thus, everything created by nature is beautiful and unique, but some places are famous for their enchanting beauty and captivating views. One such country is Bhutan, renowned for its pristine landscapes and extraordinary travel experiences.”

During My Travel Experience My Observation

It is the last country in the world where TV came. The government lifted the ban on TV and internet here a decade ago. The highest peak here, Gangkhar Puensum, is the only peak that has not yet been climbed.

The world’s most difficult airport!

The purpose of airports is to provide ease and convenience in transportation. Surrounded by 5,500m mountains in Bhutan, Paro Airport is one of the most difficult airports in the world. Because it is not an easy task to land here. There is traffic of ships after sunrise and before sunset. Here the palats have to face the high winds of the valley before landing. And the surprising thing is that only eight pilots have been certified to fly here. The landing scene here is amazing for passengers. Which I observe in my travel experience.

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