Kingdom of Bhutan

Kingdom of Bhutan

landlocked country in South Asia that hails happiness over money

Location: 

Khasakha Bhutan

Duration: 

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Kingdom of Bhutan: Asia's second least populous country
  2. National Flag: dragon on a yellow-orange background
  3. National Animal: Takin is a unique animal with an odd look
  4. Gross National Happiness: is more important than money
  5. Journey: Tigers NestDochula PassChimi Lhakhang

Image sources

  1. Bhutan flag at the Tashichho Dzong
  2. Jigme Dorji Wangchuck Memorial
  3. Bhutanese cuisine and delicacies
  4. Hiking to the Namgyal Chorten
  5. Inside the temple of Namgyal Chorten

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