Bhutan is a Himalayan country like Nepal and Tibet. It is bordered by Tibet and India. It is a landlocked country in South Asia. It has its own currency called Nagultum which is always fixed to Indian currency. The government of Bhutan is Parliamentary democracy with a monarchy. Bhutan adopted a democratic monarchy from an absolute monarchy in 2008. It has a spectacular mountain panorama above 7000m. Summer, monsoons, autumn, winter, and spring are the distinctive seasons in Bhutan.
Bhutan is dominantly a Buddhist country. More than two third portion of the population follows Buddhism in Bhutan. Some people follow Hinduism and very few people are from other religions. Around 75 percent of people are followers of Vajrayana Buddhism which is the state religion. There are around 20 percent Hindu followers.
The national Language of Bhutan is Bhutanese. However, English and other languages like Burmese, Tibetan, and Hindi also are spoken in Bhutan. The mainstream culture of Buddhism in Bhutan.
Tourism is one of the main sources of income in Bhutan. The high mountain summits, national parks, historical palaces and fortresses, holy monasteries and temples, traditional markets, and crafts centers are the major highlights of traveling in Bhutan. Bhutan is also considerably well known for mountain adventure trekking and hiking. Jhomolhari Base Camp Trek, Snowman Trek, and Masagang Trek are some of the spectacular treks in Bhutan. Specifically, Paro Valley, Thimpu, the capital, Punakha, the old capital, and Taksang Monastery ( Tiger Nest) are the iconic tourist destinations in Bhutan. Thousands of tourist flock to Bhutan to meet the happiest people in the world.