Importance Of Tourism In Bhutan

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Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragon, lies cradled in of the lap of the Himalayas. Stretching across a wide expanse of land, Bhutan’s flora fauna, hilly landscape and numerous waterfalls are simply breath taking. The only sounds you will hear are the chirping of birds and chanting of Buddhist monks. This landlocked country, surrounded by the looming mountains is a welcome escape for tourists who are far too familiar with the hustle bustle of city life. Here, you will be amazed to behold the fierce love the Bhutanese people have for their culture. And in order to preserve it Bhutan has isolated itself from foreign influences. Opening its doors to tourists only in the last decades of the 20th century, Bhutan has managed to maintain a rich, culturally advanced country packed with cheerful natives, peculiar traditions, lively dances and stunning sights. The houses are one of its most definitive characteristics of Bhutan. Made of mud,bamboo and wood, these two to three stories structures display a small white flag on the roof indicating the owner has made his offering payments to appease the local god. Often regarded as the ‘Happiest Country in Asia’, Bhutan is sure to sprinkle some of its joy on tourists by way of its spectacular sights. Things to do: The must see places of Bhutan is the valley of Paro. A serene city characterized by pure natural air, absence of noise, some of the most beautiful houses in the world, Paro is believed to be the first city to mark Buddhism. While

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