Nepal is not only the Himalayas

In addition to the beautiful trails leading to the peaks of the Himalayas, Nepal also possesses ancient buildings dating back centuries and the holy site of Lumbini - where Buddha was born.

One of the most attractive countries in the world for adventurous travelers, Nepal possesses a huge fortune from nature: the legendary Himalayas. However, when coming to this country, Nepal not only welcomes visitors with glasses, hats and climbing gear. In addition to the Himalayas, Nepal has many other attractive destinations waiting for you to explore.


Lumbini (Lumbini) is one of the famous Buddhist pilgrimage sites, located at the foot of the Himalayas, about 36 km from the Indian border. Legend has it that the queen Mayadevi gave birth to Siddhartha Gautama, who later became Buddha Shakyamuni.

Lumbini is one of the four famous and important pilgrimage places associated with Buddha. The three remaining places are Kushinagar (where Buddha entered Nirvana), Bodh Gaya (where Buddha meditated 49 days under the Bodhi tree) and Sarnath (the first place where the Buddha taught the Dharma).

Coming to Nepal, visitors have the opportunity to visit the colorful monasteries and extremely quiet.

Chitwan National Park

Chitwan means "Heart of the jungle". Penetrating to the corner of this "heart", you will stray into the world of majestic marshes, crocodiles and wildlife, rare reptiles. Taking part in a wildlife viewing tour and exploring Chitwan is one of the things you should not miss when you visit Nepal.

Go to Chitwan to ride an elephant.


Located in the east of Kathmandu and on the ancient trading route of Tibetan and Indian merchants, Bhaktapur is a must-visit. Bhaktapur means City of devotees. This is an ancient city located in the Kathmandu valley.

Bhaktapur with ancient architecture and constructions.

Visitors to Bhaktapur will feel like they are straying back to the Middle Ages when they admire the ancient architectural works, old small streets, architectural masterpieces, carvings of temples, pagodas ...

Bhaktapur is also the best place in Nepal for you to learn about the cultural life, traditional customs of the Newari (indigenous people living in the Kathmandu Valley).


Kathmandu is the capital and is located in the central part of Nepal. The city is located on a fertile land at an altitude of more than 1,000 m. This is the largest city and also the cultural, administrative and economic center of this mountain kingdom.

Kathmandu is also an ideal place for travelers who want to explore the wonderful cuisine of Nepal. You can freely enjoy traditional dishes here.

The friendly people of the capital are also a plus for you to not miss this land.

Durbar Square with ancient temple works ..


Patan is a large city, famous for its ancient buildings and Buddhist temples.

Every year, tourists and Buddhists come to visit the unique temple architecture and learn the legends handed down here. It was this that created the bustle and bustle of the old city.

One of the most wonderful festivals held in Patan is the Krishma Festival. The location to help visitors observe the most general festival in Patan is the cafes located on the rooftop.

People gathered at the holy festival of Krishma.


Amidst the hustle and bustle daily life, sometimes people still yearn to find a peaceful place to relax. And Pokhara and its beautiful beauty will surely make visitors feel satisfied. That's why the Pokhara is always likened to a "gem" that visitors need to admire when they arrive in Nepal. This quaint city is also always listed as a "favorite city" by tourists, which you should visit once in your life.

Pokhara has 200,000 inhabitants and has a great climate: winter is not too cold, summer is not too hot, suitable for traveling all year round.

Peaceful, friendly and beautiful are the words tourists use to describe Nepal.

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