Your Travel Guide to Bhutan
Bhutan is no ordinary place. It is the last great Himalayan kingdom, shrouded in mystery and magic, where a traditional Buddhist culture carefully embraces global developments.Its subsequent consolidation of the land under single authority was marked with the construction of gigantic fortresses on ridges overlooking the valley across different region. The presence of fortresses across the valley symbolizes the recognition of a central authority and solidarity.
Bhutan was awarded the Earth Award at the 2018 International Tourism Bourse in Berlin in recognition for its environmental conservation effort, and promoting sustainable tourism. ¬In a world that is overwhelmed by increasing pressure to fight climate change, Bhutan boasts of being the only carbon negative country on the planet. Due credit is owed to our visionary monarch, His Majesty the Fourth king of Bhutan, Jigme Singye Wangchuck, who is often to referred as the “Great Fourth”. His holistic and philosophical approach towards nation-building known as “Gross National Happiness” (GNH) is an internationally acclaimed.
Inspired by GNH, Bhutan measures its societal progress by the collective happiness of its people, in addition the socio-economic development is one of the contributing factors. Other than GDP, Bhutan places equal emphasis on Cultural Preservation, Environmental Conservation and Good Governance. Pursuit of happiness is a prerogative of every Bhutanese.
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