In Bhutan, religious festival “Tsechu” is held throughout the year, and is enjoyed by not only local people but also many tourists. At the Tsechu Festival, students can see mask dances by Buddhist monks and local youth, and skits related to Buddhism to entertain the onlookers. The largest Tsechu Festival in the country is the “Palo Tsechu Festival” in the spring and the “Timputechu Festival” in the autumn, which is crowded every year. The local small tzechu festival attracts locals, reflects the locality, and makes the traveler calm. Another popular festival is the Songpa Matsuri in the village of Geneka in the Thimphu suburbs and the Ogrozuru Festival in Pobjika, a village symbolized by GNH. Come to Bhutan according to the festival dates.