Bhutan is a nice example of using national resource management to achieve utmost efficiency, particularly in the tourism area.
With a size close to Switzerland, the land-locked country in the embrace of the great Himalayan mountain range has decided to develop its economy in a way that leaves a minimal effect on the environment and society. And I think the way Bhutan has set its development master plan is quite interesting.
With a population of about 700,000 and very limited flat land, the country markets itself as a premium tourist destination by utilising its unique art and culture, which have been kept hidden behind snow-capped peaks for centuries, to pull in visitors.
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