The Kingdom of Bhutan, or Druk-Yul, is a landlocked country bordering China and India in the Himalayas mountain range in south-central Asia. Its government is a constitutional monarchy and has a parliament consisting of the National Council and the National Assembly. Bhutan has a population of 752,900 according to 2020 estimates; most of them live in rural areas.
The official language is a Tibetan dialect called Dzongkha, while Vajrayana Buddhism is the state religion. The major contributors to the national economy include agriculture, mining, and manufacturing. Bhutan's capital city is Thimphu, and its official language is Dzongkha. Bhutan has a rich natural and cultural heritage, which make it a high-value tourist destination.