The Bhutanese government has issued a tourist guide to its capital city, Wuhans private tour guides and its national parks for the first time.
In its latest update, the government said it had given the guide a new name to reflect its new title.
Tourists in Wuhanyi, the capital of the Tibetan plateau, will get to see the capital in a new light, as the guide is now called, according the government.
Tourism Minister Thierum Thapa said the name change was necessary for tourists who want to experience the new country, a country where the Dalai Lama has lived in exile for more than a decade.
Tourist trips to Wuhannyi will be organised by the Tibet Department, which was set up in 2015 to help tourists explore the Tibetan Plateau and its rich cultural history.
The new guide will also include maps, photos and information on all the major tourist attractions in Wuzhang.
Tour operators from other countries can book tours to Wuzheng, the Tibetan capital.
The guide will be made available for those who do not have access to a local tour operator, but do not want to travel on their own.
Tour guides will be given the name of the guide as the name is chosen by the government in consultation with the Tibetan community.
Thapa said tourism in Wushan is the most important activity in Wuchang, the city of the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader.
The Tibetan community was also asked to help in the creation of the new guide.