If you want to find a place to get rid of the pressure from work and the city’s hustle and bustle, Bhutan would be an ideal destination. Bhutan, a Himalayan kingdom in the mountains once topped the World Happiness Report of the United Nations, may not be the most developed country, yet it has the happiest people living there. You can experience the traditional Tibetan culture, meet sincere faces, and breathe in fresh air there. In different “dzongs” and monasteries, you may spin the prayer wheels to bless your family. There you may come to comprehend what “desiring nothing” really means. There are beautiful woods that you can trek in and appreciate the beauty of nature. The Government of Bhutan strives to protect local forests and cultures so that the pure land can be kept on Earth. Tourists are allowed to join government-regulated packaged tours only, with a minimum consumption. If you prefer a “semi individual visit”, after planning your own route, you may contact a local travel agency in Bhutan, who will then arrange a local guide to assist your exploration.