The Kingdom of Bhutan is the happiest destination in the world we must visit in 2016. If you are looking for finding your inner peace, to discover how beautiful human being is, and how Buddhism has influenced in Bhutan, make the Bhutanese are kindly, honestly and wonderful, Bhutan should be in your 1st destination check-list- promised and advised by Locals
Bhutanese beauty, gorgeous smiles, Happiness- all appear on their faces, their eyes and it’s so easy for you to regconize that 🙂
2. Bhutanese Lifestyle
The word “authentic” is more overused than the word “sorry” in tourism, but Bhutan is a place that can remind us of the true meaning of cultural authenticity. On the streets, traditional dress remains the preferred attire and local languages Dzongka and Sharchop can be heard. Native Dzongka-style architectural features still grace every building and Buddhism colors just about every aspect of life.
3. Buddhist Peace
The whole country believe in Buddhism and they all practice Buddhist’s lessons. Love, Caring, Sharing, Understanding, Honesty … are Bhutanese properties and they are willing to share with every people they meet. And don’t forget to visit Tiger Nest.
4. Living Nature- Breathtaking Views
Fresh, Nature Preserve, Nature are our Possession, Value Nature… You will see it everywhere in the country and not only the Government mission and action, but also the whole population- Value Nature Mother. Mother Earth has given us wonderful place to live, we used to have a pure earth to live, but… and Bhutan is one of the best countries in the world understand how important the Nature is and value Nature in every single activities in their country.
5. Bhutanese Architecture
The colors and design of Bhutan are unlike anything else in the world. Traditional Bhutanese structures preside over the vast green landscapes. Their bright white exteriors provide the perfect contrast for the dozens of monks shrouded in red garments and the rainbow of prayer flags that flutter throughout the sky. Hand carved wood texture lends the buildings extra charm. and Pictures say its all.
6. The Royal Family
From first step you enter into Bhutan, you will have a feeling You are Guests of the King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema. The King and Queen of Bhutan may not have the worldwide recognition of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, but they are most definitely as loved by their subjects. Thousands of locals attended the royal couple’s nuptials in 2011, and even more lined the streets to greet the newlyweds. You’ll see huge portraits of the dashing young couple everywhere from the airport runway to little shop windows.
7. Gross National Happiness
Gross National Happiness is Bhutan’s development philosophy based on Buddhist values that measures the quality of life based on the spiritual and mental well-being of its people. It does not reject the conventional method of measuring development – GDP but GNH is pursued as an alternative development philosophy. It’s always nice when the government lends a helping hand but when was the last time any of us actually believed our government wanted us to be happy? In Bhutan this is not something people have to wonder. Their government actually measures their countries happiness using a metric called the Gross National Happiness or GNH. They’re not perfect at providing happiness to their citizens but the fact that they acknowledge and measure happiness probably makes them better at keeping their people happy than other governments.
8. Bhutan’s Nightlife- to be different than others countries in the world
“Whether You’re Single or You’ve Mingled – Just Dance!”
Explore the limits of your Bhutanese experience with a night spent dancing with friends and family in some of the best nightclubs in this little corner of the Himalayas. If you’re single – don’t fret!
9. Pride to share Your Own Bhutan Experiences
By taking Amazing Awesome Photos in Bhutan.
10. $250 per day- it’s worth every single penny you spend in Bhutan
Many travelers get discouraged by the daily $250-per-person tax that Bhutan requires. But this Himalayan kingdom is actually incredibly affordable. The fee includes a driver, personal tour guide, standard hotel room accommodations throughout the country, and three meals a day.
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