A landlocked country in South Asia, Bhutan is a Buddhist kingdom located in Eastern Himalayas. It is known for its landscapes, monasteries and fortress. Regarding the tourist attraction, Bhutan’s Paro Taktsang monastery; also known as Tiger’s nest is one of the most visited places. Besides this, the mountain of Jomolhari is another well-known for tourists and especially for the trekkers. Besides this, Paro Taktsang, Punakha Dzong, Rinpung Dzong, Tashichho Dzong, National Museum of Bhutan are some of the must-visit places for tourists. Moreover, marking their philosophy as Gross National Happiness, the Bhutan holds a lot of unique cultures and environmental concerned nation known so far. As to this note, Bhutan is a country where you get amazed by their practices. Some of them are the country’s rice being red and chilies being a main dish and not just served as a form of seasoning. Regarding religion, Bhutan has maximum followers of Buddhism. So, to this the other most fascinating thing you can find about the Bhutanese monks is that they check their smartphones after performing a divination. As to this blend of ancient and modern practices, Bhutan has become a land of wonder. Besides the culture, you can also have an amazing glance of the Himalayas which are covered with snow. Along with the Himalayan landscape, gorges and forests, trekking trails, etc. the flora and fauna further add color to this land thus it is also known as “Shangri-La” by many people being a harmonious and mystical place. Besides this, the country is also known for safeguarding and preserving its environment. By which, the Bhutanese law implements the country to have at least 60% covered with forest to which the country already has above 70% of the forested land. Being a carbon neutral country, Bhutan is known for absorbing more carbon; even more than what it emits out. This, thus is not just good for overall health but is also helping in promoting tourism to a larger extent.