Bhutan is just perfect if you want to get away from the daily drill of everyday life and reconnect with yourself. Buddhism is not a religion in Bhutan. It’s a way of life. You will realize this the moment you step into the country and interact with its people. In fact, if you notice Bhutanese architecture, you will realize that most homes in Bhutan are three-storeyed where the third floor would always have a shrine or prayer room.
If you want to feel this spiritual high as well, you could go for a session of meditation at one of the many monasteries or at your hotel itself. Or you could soak in a mineral spring bath or Tshachu for its medicinal properties. It is one of the most recommended things to do in Bhutan. But even if you don’t feel like indulging in any of this, just a walk by the river would prove to be therapeutic; it was for me at least!