Published on 7th August, 2018 by Tshering Dorji Bhap
More than 80 percent of the visitors responded that Bhutan’s pristine environment, its people and culture were tourist attraction and Bhutan was known for its Gross National Happiness philosophy.
Published on 15th May, 2018 by Tshering Dorji Bhap
Comprising blissful, picturesque scenery, Phobjikha is one of the favorite valleys in Bhutan. A place where sacred wildlife, Buddhist history, awesome alpine landscapes and Bhutanese culture meet, it provides a peaceful oasis to break one’s journey, or a longer respite from the hustle and bustle of life in the city
Published on 9th December, 2017 by Tshering Dorji Bhap
Bhutan is a carbon sink—making it one of the few countries in the world to have negative carbon emissions. Bhutan is net sink for greenhouse gases. Its forests sequester more than 6.3 million tons of carbon dioxide, which is four times more than what Bhutan emits, helping to reduce global warming.