Sunday, March 11, 2018

International Lalit Trade Fair 2018

Lalitpur Patan organizing International Lalit Trade Fair 2018 to promote it's product and services all over the world. LCCI on an occasion of its Golden Jubilee is organizing "International Lalit Trade Fair 2018" from March 14-17 in Archeological Garden, Patan Durbar Square, Mangal Bazar, Lalitpur Nepal. 

Friday, November 4, 2016

The Kartik Naach Lalitpur Ritual Dance Festival

The Kartik Naach Lalitpur Ritual Dance Festival:  will be public performed during the Month Kartik (October/November) on Patan Durbar Square. From 3rd to 14th November 2016.

Kartik Naach (Kartik Dance) is a 27-day-long traditional dance and drama festival that takes place in the Hindu lunar calendar month of Kartik, which falls in October/November. This festival is performed on a public platform in front of the seventeenth-century Patan Palace, a World Heritage Site.


Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Best in travel 2017

Best in travel 2017
Top Countries : Ten destinations you cannot afford to miss
[ Nepal ]
Even natural disasters can’t keep Nepal down for long. The 2015 earthquakes caused devastation, but what is most striking from a traveller’s perspective is not how much was lost but how much remains. Landmark temples crumbled, but others came through with just the odd tile out of place, and whole swathes of the country escaped serious damage, including most of the popular trekking trails.

Nepal has all the skills required to repair monuments and infrastructure, but what it does need is income. By visiting Nepal now and supporting local culture and people, you could help a nation rebuild and bounce back even stronger.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Photo Kathmandu 2016

Kathmandu organizing 2nd edition of Photo Kathmandu will take place from 21 Oct - 3 Nov 2016. You will see most wonderfully photograph snaps around Nepal Kathmandu and other world. All bodies are welcome. All are free to browse and snaps. Browse website for detail:

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Visit Kathmandu Capital City

Visit Kathmandu Capital City: Welcome to Kathmandu. If you visiting (internal tourism) Kathmandu consider some of my advice. Your first stop in Kathmandu will be in Kalanki. It is most crowded and centralized bus stop in Kathmandu. You can choose travel destination from this point. Such as Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, Kirtipur and places like Godawari, Baudhanath, Pashupatinath, Swoyambhu, Patan, Dakchinkali, Tundikhel. There will be unlimited number of local vehicles to travel from Kalanki.
If you staying Kathmandu for multiple day. You can find guest house lodge in Kalanki and the Final Bus Stop in Kathmandu. Price may range from Rs.500 and above. Durbar Square of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur is most interesting city you would love to visit. Godawari is largest botanical garden you would probably love to visit with your love, just about 20 km from Kalanki.
You can visit most appreciated tourist spot as well such as: Swoyambhunath, Boudhanath, Mahabaudha, Patan, Pashupatinath, Budhanilkantha. Those tourist spots are easily reachable through local vehicles. For movies City Center, Kumari Hall, Jay Nepal, Bishwojyoti are most popular in city. You can shop and have lots fun in those area.
You can visit royal Palace in Durbar Marg as Kathmandu's largest museum. But you can visit museums in Durbar Squares as well. Enter Thamel once if you visiting Kathmandu. You will see how Kathmandu attracts national and international tourist from this place. There are unlimited number of hotels, shop, mall, restaurant. Thamel runs all day and night. It never sleeps.
To visit high hill of Kathmandu you need to go Nagarkot, Dakchinkali, Kakani like place. From where you will see panoramic view of Kathmandu and near mountains. Kathmandu once is not enough. There are unlimited place to visit and experience. Have Fun!! Bye Bye

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Food & Beverage and Hospitality 2016

Food & Beverage and Hospitality 2016: Kathmandu organizing Food & Beverage and Hospitality 2016 in association with Rusland Vodka. It will run 15 September to 18 September @ Bhrikutimandap Kathmandu.

Several live special events are planned during the exhibition such asBest Bartender Contest, Master Chef Challenge, World’s Greatest Momo Show, Wine Tasting Workshop, Secrets of Thai Cuisine Demonstration, Kitchen Design to Suit You Talk Programand of course, numerous sample tasting counters during the Exhibition to involve and engage the industry professionals, to highlight the exhibition themebut also enliven the atmosphere for the visitors.