In religious institutions like temples, monasteries and dzongs, visitors should remove their hats and dress appropriately – meaning no shorts or tank tops. Visitors should also walk in a clockwise direction and avoid pointing at sacred objects. Visitors can also only take photos in the courtyards of monasteries, temples, dzongs and government establishments. Photographs elsewhere on the premises are prohibited. Bhutan is a Buddhist country, so visitors should generally avoid figure-hugging, sleeveless t-shirts or miniskirts while walking around public areas.