Landlocked Bhutan can justifiably claim to be a country like no other. This small country has a total area of just over 38,000 square kilometers (14,824 sq. miles) and a population of around 750,000. However, with 70% of the terrain covered in forests, crossing this fascinating country takes a while! As a side note, there are no traffic lights in Bhutan.
Buddhism is the prevailing religion here, and smoking, hunting, and fishing are banned. Some time ago, the country decided Gross National Happiness was more important than Gross National Product which shows the emphasis that Bhutan places on the happiness and well-being of its residents.