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  • World Factbook: Bhutan
    Includes geography, people, government, economy, military, transnational issues, and more.
    Articles and information about Bhutan, plus tour and trek booking.
  • U.S. Library of Congress Country Study - Bhutan
    Introduction to the country and its people, including history, society, and geography.
  • Ministry of Agriculture
    Dealing with arable agriculture, livestock, and forestry.
  • Infoplease: Bhutan
    Includes national flag and overview of geography, history, and more.
  • Construction Development Board (CDB)
    Regulatory body dedicated to promoting an efficient, quality-based construction industry in Bhutan.
  • Ethnologue: Bhutan
    Overview of the 15 languages spoken in Bhutan.
  • India, Nepal, and Bhutan: European Commission Delegation in New Delhi
  • FOTW: Bhutan
    Image and description of the country flag.
  • Bhutan Chiefs of State
    From the CIA.
  • Kuensel
    Weekly English language newspaper.
  • Kingdom of Bhutan
    Travel and cultural information guide.
  • Tashi Delek
    With country news and profile, travel information, and more.
  • Lonely Planet - Travellers' Reports on Bhutan
    Featuring visa, embassy, and border crossing information as well as other travel tips.
  • Bhutan The Last Shangri-La
    Features animal archive, overview of culture and history, and teachers' resources. Companion site to the PBS program.
  • Travel Document Systems: Bhutan
    Includes entry and visa requirements for U.S. citizens, information about the people and history, travel tips and advisories, and links.
  • Lonely Planet: Bhutan
    Includes map; information about environment, history, and culture; attractions; and practical information for visitors.
  • Bhutan Travel Notes
    With links and overview of the country aimed at travelers.
  • Bhutan Department of Tourism
    Working to ensure that tourism in Bhutan remains environmentally and ecologically friendly, socially and culturally acceptable, and economically viable.

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