The last standing Buddhist Kingdom has one of the fastest growing GDPs in the world. Nine domains that they use to measure GNH are psychological wellbeing, health, time use, education, cultural diversity and resilience, good governance, community vitality, ecological diversity and resilience, and living standards.
Located in South Asia and landlocked between India, Tibet, China, and Nepal, Bhutan is a unique Himalayan Kingdom whose borders have never been invaded and who only opened to the world around 40 years ago. With its mist-shrouded mountains, ubiquitous monks and universal acceptance of reincarnation, the country itself is a real fairy-tale. In this ‘happiness’ place, the people are satisfied with their life and visitors would love to go back.