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Kathmandu Valley is getting overcrowded day by day. This is why the increasing dirt and dust everyday have polluted the three cities prominent for their heritage sites. The Kathmandu Valley boasts of seven World Heritage Sites, all of which can be accessed in a single day.
Source: Preserving heritage sites
Photo source: Outlook India
A photographic journey through the five most important places associated with the life of Gautam Buddha…
Source: On the Buddhist Trail: 13 Images of Places Where You Can Follow the Eternal Truth
Photo soure: The Thaiger
Nepal is hoping to attract Buddhist pilgrims from Thailand to the birthplace of Lord Buddha with the coming opening of the Lumbini Airport.
Source: Lumbini Airport aim to bring Buddhist Thais to Nepal | Thaiger
The capital of Nepal is full of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments of various gods and goddesses and is also known as the city of temples.
Source: Capital of Nepal | Kathmandu | People of Kathmandu
The trail passes through Sherpa villages, glaciers and finally to the lap of Mt Everest, the world’s highest mountain.
Source: Lonely Planet ranks Nepal’s Everest base camp as 4th best trek in the world
2020 is Nepal’s year. As part of an attempt to boost tourism in a country still reeling from the 2015 earthquake, Nepal is celebrating Nepal 2020 which means there will be more to see and do. Importantly, as of today, India has removed Nepal from its Coronavirus watch list.
Source: Kathmandu: How to spend a weekend in Nepal’s capital city
We all know that Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal. So, a lot of people are living here. Some people believe that Kathmandu is the most crowded city of Nepal and some also say that the number of the population is increasing day by day due to the capital city of Nepal.
Source: Visit These 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Kathmandu Valley
Leaving the popular resort town of Pokhara in late afternoon, Pattarawadee Saengmanee’s van wove its way through the sprawling hillside roads heading to Chitwan, the lowlands in south central Nepal.
Source: Exotic sites and wild creatures
An insider’s guide to Nepal’s iconic Buddhist sites, plus hidden treasures you shouldn’t miss…
Source: The Buddhist Traveler in Kathmandu
Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, is the largest metropolis in Nepal with more than 3 million inhabitants, at an elevation of approximately 4,600 feet above sea level.
Source: Top 7 places to visit in Kathmandu
Nepal’s capital is not only a starting point for trekkers and mountain climbers, but it is also a city filled with cultural and historical landmarks. Here is Kit’s guide of what to do in the Kathmandu Valley.
Source: What to do in the Kathmandu Valley
If you’re planning a sightseeing or trekking trip to the Himalaya, consider these reasons to visit Everest Region of Nepal.
Source: 15 Reasons to Visit Everest Region of Nepal
Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a vast nature reserve in the lowlands on Nepal’s southern border. Chitwan is Nepal’s first national park.
Source: Wildlife Abounds in Chitwan National Park
The Everest base camp trek in Nepal takes trekkers to the foot of the highest and most captivating mountain in the world.
Source: Everest Base Camp Trek: to the heart of the high Himalayas | Atlas & Boots
Buddhism is based on the philosophy around the preaching of Gautama Buddha about 2600+ years ago. Buddha was born as a prince and later became a monk in search of enlightenment.
Source: Buddhist Holy Places – Where Gautama Buddha Lived | World News | forimmediaterelease.net