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  • The Everest Hotel (Kathmandu)

    There are few places in the world that combine the best for all. The joyous climes of Nepal - the mountain kingdom, unfold a tapestry of adventure, history, nature and a culture that has its origins in the mists of time.There are few places in the world that combine the best for all. The joyous climes of Nepal - the mountain kingdom, unfold a tapestry of adventure, history, nature and a culture that has its origins in the mists of time. The unique experience of this wonderful country holds a special fascination for the seeker of heritage, or adventure loving outdoor enthusiast and the business person in search of an idyll to hold his business conference or meet. Here in the sun-kissed valley and snow clad peaks, the visitor discovers vibrant and thriving culture, untouched by time, that lives in the by-lanes of busy cities and amidst the plush trappings of modern life. The Royal Nepalese kingdom is a vibrant nation that reaches out to the guest with the warmth that symbolizes the tradition of ancient Hindu and Tibetan cultures. Mountains, valleys, rivers and lush green colours bewitch the most jaded of senses. The country entices and enthralls the spirit of discovery and delight. The country of the world's highest peak - the Everest - is the answer to the International travelers quest. It intrigues and excites.

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  • Dhulikhel Lodge Resort (Dhulikhel)

    Dhulikhel, An old Newari town, a mere 45 minutes drive east of Kathmandu, Dhulikhel is an ideal place for relaxation and a perfect stop for visitors to opt for many interesting day trips and short treks. Dhulikhel's rich cultural heritage expresses itself in old brick buildings, temples, Newari architecture and quiet cobbled lanes. Located towards the East of Kathmandu, Dhulikhel Lodge Resort is a mere 45 minute drive through the luxurious countryside along the Kathmandu - Lhasa trade route.Dhulikhel Lodge Resort is designed to enhance every aspect of a guests experience, creating a homely enviornment which reflects Nepalese culture and history. Escape the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu, come to relax in the heart of nature.Come to Dhulikhel Lodge Resort. The Resort is located in a splendid isolation; on the top of the hills that surround Dhulikhel valley. As the snow-capped mountains make the backdrop and the green terraced hills fall into the lush green countryside …one can not help but gasp at such astounding beauty. The panaroma offers majestic undisturbed views of the legendary Himalayas, stretching from Mt. Annapurna in the Far West to Mt. Karulung in the Far East.Dhulikhel Lodge Resort is located on the top of one of the hills surrounding the Dhulikhel valley, the resort offers breathtaking views of sunrise and sunset.

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  • Hotel Manang (Kathmandu)

    With new management of Hotel Manang, are very proud to assure you once again the ancient hospitality of the legendary lost Manang Kingdom in the Himalaya. From the ground staff to the manager, everyone realizes the need to be excellent in services and hospitality, to give this hotel its quality and well renowned name back to the appreciated guests to make sure that one visit is enough. From the redecorated reception, restaurants/ hall at the ground floor, the seminar hall at the 5th floor, the terrace at the top floor to the well decorated rooms, all are inviting the appreciated guests to take a taste of the ancient hospitality of the Manang district.

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  • Nirvana Hotel (Bhairahawa)

    Lumbini in Nepal is the hallowed cradle of Buddhism and birthplace of Lord Buddha. Its history dates back to the time of his birth around 560 BC. Chinese Monastry Even in that serene era, Lumbini has attained great heights of civilization and prosperity. There are also evidences of many royal visits to this sacred place. One such royal visitor was Emperor Ashoka Mauraya of India in 249 BC. To com-memorize his visit he erected a grand stone monolith which stands till today. Nearby is the shrine of Maya Devi, Buddha's mother. It contains a stone relief depicting Buddha's native scene. In the area are also modern Buddhist shrines and an older Lamaist gompa.

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  • Fewa Wildlife Resort (Chitwan)

    The park is under the tropical monsoon climate with relatively high humidity. The winter, spring and monsoon are the three main seasons. The cool winter season occurs from October to February. The spring begins in March and is soon followed by summer that ends in early June. The summer days are typically hot with 30 C on average day temperature. The monsoon usually begins at the end of June and continues until September. The mean annual rainfall is about 2150 mm and most of the rainfall happens during this time of the year.

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The Royal Heritage Museum, Trongsa, would like to inform that The Royal Heritage Museum, the Tower of Trongsa, would be opening museum on Saturdays starting from (March to May) corresponding to tourist peak seasons in our country. It has been decided to start from 12th March 2017 as first Saturday coincides with last day of annual Trongsa Dzongkhag Lhamoe Dromchhe.
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Starting from December 1, Myanmar Airways International will operate two times weekly service between Yangon and Kolkata on Airbus A320 and A319 aircraft. These flights between the two destinations will be operated on Thursdays and Sundays. MAI currently flies between Yangon and Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Gaya, Guangzhou, and between Mandalay and Bangkok. An official statement from MIA stated that Myanmar Airways is offering very attractive introductory fares on Kolkata to Yangon sector.
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Miyamoto report on Annapurna Nepal Now, latest facts
Miyamoto report on Annapurna Nepal Now, latest facts Location: Annapurna | Type: Adventure, Nature Lovers | Tags:NepalNOW, Trek, annapurna, nepal, nepal now The Annapurna region, the most popular tourism destinations of the country, is located in the Himalayas in north-central Nepal. Following the powerful earthquakes of April and May 2015, the extent and severity of earthquake-related structural damage and geologic hazard were widely believed to be limited, but remained unknown. With funding from SAMARTH-NMDP and on behalf of the government of Nepal through the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, an assessment team was dispatched from June 25 to July 2, 2015 to this region to observe and record seismic damages that occurred along the main trekking routes and select villages as a result of the earthquakes. The team was comprised of a structural engineer and an engineering geologist, supported by a professional mountain guide and local conservation officer familiar with the region. The objective of the rapid reconnaissance of the region was to a) develop a baseline understanding of the extent of earthquake-related damage, b) advise on the overall trekking safety of the region’s routes and c) provide recommendations on repairs or risk mitigation that will inform tourism recovery and commercial readiness strategies that are currently being developed by the government, its international development partners, and Nepal’s tourism industry at large. The aim of these efforts is to promote tourism back to Nepal which will support the nation’s economic recovery. The findings of the structural and geotechnical rapid assessment of the region are summarized in this report.
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20.04.2014
Surjana Arya
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04.07.2015
Michel Tubbeh
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