Bhutan is an exquisite country in South Asia bordered by India to the west, south and east and China to the north. It has a total land area of 18,000 square miles or 46,620 square kilometers.
It is divided into three zones – the southern zone, central zone and the northern zone. The largest percentage of the country’s population is in the Central Zone.
The kingdom’s capital city of Thimphu is a stronghold of traditional Bhutanese art, architecture, and culture.
Key Facts About Bhutan
|Location||Located in the southern foothills of the Himalayan mountain range, between India and China|
|Currency Conversion||1BTN = 0.014USD|
|Climate||Hot and humid subtropical climate|
|Population||800,000 (2019 est.)|
|Language||Dzongkha is the National Language|
Top Tourist Attractions in Bhutan
- Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest Monastery )
- Punakha Dzong
- Zuri Dzong
- Gangtey Valley
- Thimphu Valley
- Buddha Dordenma Statue
- Paro Valley
- Rinpung Dzong
- Chele La Pass
- Phobjikha Valley
- Chomolhari Mountain
- Jigme Dorji National Park