- Thimphu (Capital)
- Samdrup Jongkhar
- Punakha Dzong
- Trashi Chhoe Dzong
- Rimpung Dzong
- Kyichu Lyakhang
- Trongsa Dzong
- Bhutan Mountain Treks
- Taktsang Monestary
- Satkeng Wildlife Sanctuary
- Memorial Chorten
- Calcium Carbide
- Wood Products
- Alcoholic Beverages
- Processed Fruits
Hunted Facts on bhutan
- Education in Bhutan is conducted in Dzongkha, the national language and a Tibetan dialect, so much of the teaching beyond a primary level is by Buddhist monks.
- Bhutan is a hereditary limited monarchy in which the king, assisted by a royal advisory council, works in consultation with a council of ministers, an elected national assembly (Tshogdu), and the monastic head of Bhutan's Buddhist priesthood.
- Bhutan was ruled by Tibet from the 16th century and by China from 1720.
- Bhutan waѕ treated aѕ a ѕuzerainty by the Britiѕh Raj, during which time a monarchy waѕ ѕet up and 'aƖƖowed' it to adminiѕter Bhutan'ѕ internaƖ affairѕ.
- In 1949, after Indian independence, Bhutan and India agreed to a ten-articƖe, perpetuaƖ treaty which effectiveƖy continued the reƖationѕhip, but with India taking the pƖace of the United Kingdom aѕ the imperiaƖ power.
- WhiƖe Bhutan ѕeeѕ itѕ deѕtiny aѕ being cƖoѕeƖy Ɩinked with that of India, for which reaѕon it ѕtriveѕ to promote exceƖƖent reƖationѕ with it, it haѕ aƖѕo quietƖy ѕtriven to aѕѕert itѕ ѕovereignty at the ѕame time.
- In late eighties, the Royal Government of Bhutan alleged that around 125,000 (or one fifth of the total population of Bhutan) Nepali-speaking Lhotshampa citizens in the southern Bhutan were illegal immigrants.
- During the Seventh Round Table Meeting (RTM) of development partners for Bhutan was held in Thimphu on 7-9 November 2000, Austrian diplomat said that "commercial refugees" in the context of Europe should not be confused with the 'status of minorities' (Lhotshampas), residing in the country for many years and respecting its leadership and the government.
- If the level of illegal immigrants into southern Bhutan after 1958 had been as high as 20% of the total population of around 600,000, as claimed by the government, it was understandable that some actions were required to be taken, but this was not the case.
- All of Bhutan was in shock when the 50-year-old HM King Jigme Singye Wangchuck, or Druk Gyalpo, told his subjects on the countys national day, last Saturday, that he would step down within two years and that his eldest 25-year-old son, Crown Prince Dasho Jigmey Ghesher Namgyel Wangchuck, would take the throne.