Bhutan

The land of thunder dragon upholds the cultural mystery as well as greater significance in the world. Bhutan is the mountainous country lying in the south Asia. The landscape of the landlocked nation has an area of 38,394 square kilometers (14,824 sq mi) in 2002. It has the diverse geographical features with the subtropical plains in the south and the sub-alpine Himalayan in the north. It has high peaks of more than 7000meters higher. Bhutan experiences five distinct seasons: summer, monsoon, autumn, winter and spring.Tourism in Bhutan is also unique. Only after 1960 the country was opened to the outer world. Visitors famously have to pay a minimum of US$250 per day, making it one of the world’s most expensive countries to visit. One of the main attractions for tourists is the country's culture and traditions. First off there are the early Buddhist sites in the cultural heartland of Bumthang Dzongkhag and the undisturbed traditional Tibetan-style culture that sets Bhutan aside as the last remaining great Himalayan kingdom. Then there are the textiles, outrageous trekking as well as the stunning flora and fauna of Phobjika Valley. Trashigang is an interesting town and also useful for launching into a trip in Eastern Bhutan. It is also a country of surprises. This is not just a nation of saints,  otherworldly hermits. Bhutan is straddling the ancient and modern world and these days you’ll find monks transcribing ancient Buddhist texts into computers as traditionally dressed noblemen chat on their mobile phones. The Shangri la land has the mystic High mountain, deep valleys, medieval villages. The unspoiled land is the home of the people who are the followers of Vajrayana religion- only found here. Haa valley, Paro, Thimpu, Punakha, Wangdiphodrang, Gasa, Trongsa, Bhumtang, Punakha are the popular and preferred places for the cultural as well as natural exploration.

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