How do Nepal and Bhutan differ in their attitudes about outsiders?

The attitudes towards 'foreigners' in two countries differ.
Nepal is much more developed than Bhutan. It is more known in the outside world. Though Monarchy, it has some democratic rules, such as a more viable parliament than Bhutan. Foreigners are under scrutiny (except from neighboring India). The foreigners must pass through the Nepali laws and bindings.
On the otherhandBhutan is smaller, its isolated. People her are more illeterate and lives somewhat 'feodal agrarian life'. Almost no civil ssocieties.
Bhutan if embraces anyone foreigner, they do with their heart. But may be they will ignore foreigners on the contrary. It all depends on the 'headman' of the village.