Bhutanese economy is mainly based on agriculture which provides the main livelihood for almost more than 80% of the population. However, the land is spread out over the inaccessible and inhospitable mountainous landscape to cultivate as well as building of roads and other infrastructure is difficult and expensive.  Generally, Bhutanese economy has seen significant development from 1960s with start of first five year plan. Bhutanese economy is import oriented economy. However, hydropower and tourism are key resources of revenue. The main staple crops are rice and maize while potatoes, apples, orange, cardamom, ginger are predominantly cash crops available. Currently, all the villages have access to basic amenities such as education, safe drinking water, basic healthcare and places are connected by roads and electricity.