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Kingdom of Bhutan

Located in the south of Asia on the eastern tip of the Himalayas. India is bordered by the south, east and west, as well as the People's Republic of China from the north.
 The Indian state of Skim separates Bhutan from the state of Nepal to the west, and West Bengal separates Bhutan from Bangladesh in the south. Bhutan is a landlocked country in Asia on the south. The best thing about Bhutan is the lack of options when visiting the city's landmarks. You will not waste time moving from place to place as you carry the program of the trip and get out of and into the gates. But it is a place that does not push you to hurry, as it gives you a lesson in appreciation of life and all things simple. With a population of only 800,000, it feels all the time that the country is empty, but it is an amazing void that is not depressing and people are happy in their lives in general.

Tourism in the Kingdom of Bhutan occupies a great place. It is heavily involved in the economy of the country. The economy of Bhutan depends entirely on agriculture and animal husbandry of cattle, sheep and goats. Tourism also has an important role in the economy and the sale of hydropower to India. It provides them with the basic resource for daily living. The majority of the population is engaged in subsistence agriculture, animal husbandry and handicrafts from weaving, making baskets

of tree leaves, and they work in household arts. Their agricultural products include rice, chili, dairy products, Black and white cardamom, barley, root crops, citrus fruits, apples and maize. They also work in the cement, gypsum and steel industries. This is due to the Kingdom of Bhutan on the eastern side of the Himalayas, which has a great reputation in tourism. But the Himalayas of the mountains not climbing only want to exceed your view of the height and height, and watch the highest point in the country, namely Jangkhar Buenosum, which is known as the highest mountain climbing in the

world, and we find that tourism in Bhutan revolves around the Buddhist culture The temple is located in Tibet and is located in the city of Tibet. It is located in the city of Tibet. Baru in Bhutan and the second in Baumthang (Pumtang), temples on the mountains such as the Temple of Thaksang, known as Tiger's Nest, but there are a number of cinemas and about four hotels and distinguished restaurants offering the finest food, and we find that Bhutan is full of decoration and trimmings on all the

buildings and buildings and roads and find Architecture Attracts many tourists, especially artists, they come to see the fa├žades of beautiful ornamental buildings, which are predominantly local and Buddhist culture, are found on each building and the most prominent monuments are the monasteries, temples and silos, either if the tourist preferred nature, with all the nature of the word meaning, go to

The south at the fertile plains and pastures and watching the vast green areas in the fields rich in crops and get to know people close to the area and spend time in the midst of greenery or over the back of the animal and roam around green grasslands.

The Kingdom of Bhutan broke away from Tibet in the eighth century and disappeared into the fog of the mountains. For 11 centuries they were closed to outsiders until the rest of the world forgot about them. Its only visitors were seasonal monks who fled social pressures in the more civilized countries. The Kingdom of Bhutan remained largely isolated from the rest of the world until the early 1960s

It is the highest point in Bhutan. It is the highest point in the world. It is known as the highest mountain in the world. We find semi-tropical plains in the south and the high altitudes of the Himalayas in the north. We find valleys in the foothills of the mountains and valleys, rivers, forests and charming nature. The Himalayas, which get their water from the rivers that consist of snow and represent this area of ​​good breeding for livestock and the main rivers in Bhutan, the River Torsa, Raidak, Sankush and Manas and live the majority of the population in the central highlands. The forests of the central mountains of Bhutan are dense forests.