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Bhutan at a Glance

Those fortunate enough to visit Bhutan describe Bhutan as a unique, deeply spiritual and mystical experience. This kingdom is an adventure like no other kingdom in world.

Total Area :

38,394 square kilometers

Geography :

Landlocked between China (Tibet) and India

Altitude :           

100m above sea level in the South to over 7,500 m. above sea leve in the North.

Population :

726,851 (2014)

Language :

Bhutan’s official language is Dzongkha while English is widely spoken.

Religion :

Mahayana Buddhism,Hinduism.

Capital :

Thimphu.

Political System:

Democratic Constitutional Monarchy.

Time :

GMT+6

Currency :

Ngultrum 1US$ = Nu.60 (2015)

Terrain:

 

 

It can be divided into three major parts:

Geographic regions from North to South; the high Himalayas of North, the hills and valleys of the central and the foothills and plains of the South.

Forest coverage :

72.5% of the land area

Cultivated area :

7.8% of total land

Altitude             :

100 m above sea level in the south to over 7,500 m above sea level in the north

Longitude         :

88 45’ - 92 10’ East

Latitude             :

26 45’ - 28 15’ North

Life expectancy:

66 yrs

Local time         :

6 hrs ahead of GMT and half an hour ahead of Indian Standard Time

Contact Info

We are avaible 24 X 7 hours a week, do contact us if you need any assistant for planning your holiday to Bhutan.

Address
World Tour Plan
P.O Box 2032
Thimphu Bhutan

Email
info@worldtourplan.com

Phone
Mobile: +975 -177-892-78

Online Support
Skype: worldtourplan
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Twitter: @worldtourplan

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