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The Bhutan tour is a travel into a mysterious place full of one of a kind culture, religion, society and establishments found nowhere in the world. Inspite of being a solitary civilization the Bhutan is clean, colorful, peaceful, beautiful, natural, untouched and unspoiled from modern day civilization. The Bhutan is a country of solitary religious communities and profound sanctuaries along with region dominated by wondrous Himalaya found nowhere in the world. Bhutan has the thousands of year old traditional convention as yet going solid even today and social celebrations celebrated from corner to corner of Bhutan is found nowhere in the earth.
Bhutan is the hidden mystery of Asia that is resided between China and India known for the Thunder Dragons Kingdom. The kingdom of Bhutan is based on Buddhist religion inspired as spiritual residence of Gods enclosed in the mythical riddle and legends of kings, gods, culture and ancient traditional society. The natural setting of Himalayas has made Bhutan a favored place to be residence of Gods, myths, legends and mythical society. The Bhutan is full of red-dress ministers, antique Buddhist sanctuaries, clean towns, unspoiled nature and untouched civilization from modern day civilization. The Bhutan has it is own significance where national bliss is valued more than money, chilies are utilized as vegetables and thunder dragon Druk as a national symbol makes it unique from other countries around the globe.
Besides regular tourists attractions there are some of the highlighted places to visit in Bhutan are Thimphu, the picturesque Punakha Valley, antique monastery of Gangte Goemba, ancient Jambay Temple, and amazing Tiger’s Nest Monastery e.t.c. Also the featured tourism destinations are the Bhutan’s declared eight tentative sites for UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 2012. These sites include Ancient Ruin of Drukgyel Dzong, Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary, Jigme Dorji National Park Royal Manas National Park, Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary, Tamzhing Monastery e.t.c. One of the ancient culture of Bhutan the Mask dance of the drums from Drametse has been registered in the UNESCO Cultural Heritage List.