20 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Bhutan.National Museum of Bhutan, located in an old historical Dzong.A Bhutanese monk flying his homemade flute in a small monastery.The world’s biggest sitting Buddha statue is currently being constructed in Bhutan’s capital Thimphu. The Buddha statue will be 51,5 high and accommodate 125 000 smaller Buddha’s inside.Bhutan measures wealth by gauging its citizens’ happiness levels, people are smiling and happy everywhere.Bhutan is the only country in the world that doesn’t have a single traffic lightA normal village in western part of the country. So pure and green.There´s 20 Dzongs around the country, here the remains of Wangdue Phodrang Dzong.In far north Bhutan, here in Laya is the traffic by horses, no cars up here. The 3 buildings are all local barsArchery is the national sport of Bhutan, and still widely played around the country.There´s monastery’s built into the hardest places, here on the way to the Tiger nest monastery.Taktsang Palphug Monastery (also known as Tiger’s Nest) is the most stunning monastery anywhere in the world.Paro Dzong and The National Museum in Paro Valley. Even the big cities are surrendered by nature and paddy fields.A young monk inside Punakha Dzong, the locals are always smiling.The1 4th century Iron chain bridge close to Paro.The most impressive wood frames in the world? Made completely without the help of modern tools inside Punakha Dzong.Parts of Punakha Dzong made completely without modern tools and nails.Two monks walking across the main square inside Punakha DzongThe young Layap kid looks a bit worried about the foreigner that just arrived at their nomadic camp. The Layap woman is using the Layaps traditional hat while doing traditional handcraft.It´s very common to see fully erected penises painted on house walls in the western part of the country.It is symbolic of the teachings of Drukpa Kunley, an eccentric saint who travelled in BhutanDochula Pass is the at 3100m (10171ft) high mountain pass you will have to cross when traveling from Thimphu to the eastern part of Bhutan.