Happiness Garden of Bhutan
The Happiness Garden is dedicated to the birth of His Royal Highness The Gyalsey (Prince of Bhutan), and to the conservation of our Mother Nature.
The Happiness Garden presents the guests an opportunity to plant and dedicate a sapling to the Prince and Mother Nature, with a hope to ensure that ultimately every nation has a “Happiness Tree” grown in the Garden.
The Garden consists of roughly 10 acres of an otherwise barren land interspersed with a few species of trees. It is located at Kuenselphodrang, five kilometers from the capital city, on a hillock where one of the world’s biggest Buddha statues (169 ft tall) stands, symbolizing universal peace and harmony. This vantage point also offers a spectacular view of the entire capital city and the surrounding valley.
For further details, please contact:
Happiness Garden Desk
Institute for Management Studies