Swayambhunath Stupa Swayambhunath Stupa, popularly known as the Monkey Temple, is one of the oldest and most revered Buddhist temples in the Kathmandu Valley. One of the most visited sites in all of Kathmandu, the temple sits on a hill with sweeping views of the… Read More »Swayambhunath Stupa
Chitwan National Park Nepal’s Chitwan National Park, after the Himalayas and the Kathmandu Valley, is the country’s third most popular tourist destination. The country is known for the grandeur of its snow-capped mountains, but it also has one of Asia’s best national parks, which is… Read More »Chitwan National Park
Nepal Location Located in southern Asia between China and India, Nepal is a landlocked country. 147,181 square kilometres of land are home to more than 28 million people. Kathmandu is the capital and the largest city in Nepal. – Nepal is a multi-party parliamentary republic.… Read More »Where is Nepal?
Nepalese People Friendliest and Most Hospitable People There are numerous intriguing Nepalese statistics, but one of the most striking is how nice the Nepalese people are. According to a tourist survey, 98 percent of visitors felt welcomed by Nepalese people (Nepali). Nepal was rated as… Read More »Nepalese People
Himalayas The Himalayas are a mountain range in Asia that runs between India and Nepal, establishing a natural boundary between the two countries. The Himalayas are the world’s highest mountain range, with Mount Everest topping out at 8,848 metres (29,029 feet).The Himalayas were formed when… Read More »Himalayas
Kathmandu Durbar Square The Durbar Square in Kathmandu is one of Nepal’s most popular tourist locations. Several temples and palaces, including the Hanuman Dhoka Palace, are located in the square. The palace, which was previously the residence of the Nepalese royal family, is now a… Read More »Kathmandu Durbar Square
Pashupatinath Temple The Pashupatinath Temple is a Hindu temple in Kathmandu, Nepal, located on the banks of the Bagmati River. It is devoted to Shiva’s avatar Pashupatinath. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of Nepal’s most well-known temples. Only Hindus are… Read More »Pashupatinath Temple
Kathmandu Nepal The Kathmandu valley is Nepal’s capital city, called after the “Kasthmandap” shrine in Durbar Square, which is derived from the Sanskrit words Kastha, which means “Wood,” and Mandap, which means “Covered Shelter.” Kathmandu was once thought to be an enchanted, mysterious, magical, and… Read More »Kathmandu