China to construct world’s tallest Buddha idol in Damak

China to construct world's tallest Buddha idol in Damak

The private sector companies in China have expressed their desire for constructing International Cultural Centre along with the tallest idol of Lord Buddha at Damak of Jhapa district.During the meeting with Prime Minister Oli on Saturday, they said that they wanted to invest in the sector of reconstruction of quake-ravaged...

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Nepal is a country you really have to come and visit: Prince Harry

Prince harry in Nepal

KATHMANDU, March 23: Extending his five-day Nepal visit by six more days, Prince Harry of the United Kingdom has called upon people from across the world to visit Nepal and enjoy its natural and cultural beauty to the fullest."I hope that everyone back home who took an interest in the...

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Manaslu trekking route draws tourists (photo feature)

Trekking Manaslu

Number of tourists trekking in the Manaslu trekking route has surged of late. Only few trekkers reached the area following the earthquake last year. Some 5,000 tourists used to trek in the region annually before the quake. Locals said the flow of the tourists has increased significantly since one month....

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Entrepreneurs hopeful of better tourism prospects in 2016

Tengboche Monastery

The number of Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) cards issued by Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) fell by a marginal 7.61 per cent to 71,300 in 2015 — a tumultuous year for tourism, which was affected by the devastating April and May earthquakes, Tarai unrest and blockade along the...

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Nepal sees 1,635 trekkers after the earthquake

trekkers in Nepal After Quake

Even though the number of foreign tourists has gone down drastically after the devastating earthquake of April 25, adventure lovers are still enjoying trekking in the mountains of Nepal.Altogether 1,635 foreign tourists enjoyed trekking trips in Nepal after the earthquake till August 18, statistics of Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and...

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