Bhutan, a tiny Asian kingdom, lies surrounded by Tibet and India. Nestled deep in the Himalayas, the country is the only one in the world that measures the “Gross National Happiness”. With a government so concerned about its citizens ‘happiness,’ the majority of Bhutanese are a contented and blissful lot. Quiet, serene, refreshingly green and deeply spiritual a journey to this ‘land of bliss’ is a pleasurable experience. Visit the cliff top Buddhist monasteries, the dzongs or fortresses built by Bhutanese Kings, quaint villages filled with traditional buildings and serene forests. Bhutan is also one of the greenest countries in the planet. 72 per cent of its total land area is covered by forests and 60 per cent of its land is protected by the government. With places still untouched by modernity and people following the traditional way of life - a trip to this Buddhist kingdom transports you to another time and place.