Visiting the entire world is an immensely difficult task. However there are parts of the world, unique in its own way, unsoiled by man's materialistic pursuit, where the past and the present, man and nature, lives in harmony. Bhutan is such a country
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The 2nd Royal Bhutan Flower Exhibition, held at the lovely Ugyen Pelri Palace grounds at Paro, in a majestic setting boasting of the grand view of Paro Rinpung Dzong and Ta Dzong, was hugely popular with innumerable visitors from from Bhutan and abroad.
Bath butlers, shoe removers and fire stokers: tiny Bhutan treats its visitors like members of its royal family, Leah McLennan writes. My butler is on his knees untying my shoe lace.
“Happiness is a place” is the catch-cry of the Tourism Council of Bhutan. I’ve arrived in this Tasmania-size country curious to find out if Bhutan is indeed the happiest nation on earth
Beautiful today, beyond words the following...