Perched on the hillside, Bhutan’s Six Senses Thimphu has swoon-worthy views. Photo: @sixsensesbhutan/Instagram Perched on the hillside, Bhutan’s Six Senses Thimphu has swoon-worthy views. Photo: @sixsensesbhutan/Instagram
Perched on the hillside, Bhutan’s Six Senses Thimphu has swoon-worthy views. Photo: @sixsensesbhutan/Instagram

Why does Bhutan call itself the ‘happy kingdom’ – and is it really worth a US$250-a-day tourist tax to visit?

To get to the heart of the landlocked South Asian nation, bordered by India and Tibet, one must cast off disbelief, embrace its myths, and pass on the kindness one receives

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Perched on the hillside, Bhutan’s Six Senses Thimphu has swoon-worthy views. Photo: @sixsensesbhutan/Instagram Perched on the hillside, Bhutan’s Six Senses Thimphu has swoon-worthy views. Photo: @sixsensesbhutan/Instagram
Perched on the hillside, Bhutan’s Six Senses Thimphu has swoon-worthy views. Photo: @sixsensesbhutan/Instagram
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