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Six Senses Bhutan: Wellness and balance in a natural paradise

The architecture and interior of this luxury hotel’s five lodges perfectly frame the country’s majestic landscape.

While most countries base success on the growth of their economy, the Kingdom of Bhutan has been doing something completely different for years. Located in the Himalayas – home to Mount Everest, the earth’s highest mountain above sea level – and with Tibet to the north as well as India to its south, east and west, Bhutan focuses on its Gross National Happiness.

The four pillars of this philosophy are sustainable development, environmental protection, cultural preservation and good governance – and Six Senses Bhutan practises all of them.

  • Six Senses Bhutan

    The luxury hotel, comprising five lodges, was designed to encourage guests to admire the natural diversity of the country and appreciate the beauty of its majestic landscape. Each lodge has a different style and showcases the characteristics of the five valleys of Bhutan: Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey, Bumthang and Paro.

This article was originally published in Home & Decor.

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